In predominantly Catholic Slovakia, some in the LGBT community face trying to reconcile their sexuality with their Christian faith, and the political class is not helping.
This report, the ninth edition of the biennial OECD overview of social indicators, addresses the growing demand for quantitative evidence on social well-being and its trends.
The Rainbow Europe 2019 reveals not only a standstill in a significant number of European countries but a visible backslide on laws and policies safeguarding equality and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people.
Eastern Europe has long resisted same-sex marriage. Prague might be about to change that.
Violence at schools based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or sex characteristics occurs everywhere in Europe and is acutely underreported.
New Global Acceptance Index ranks 141 countries on LGBT acceptance and legal protections and provides a link between inclusion and GDP per capita.
Conservative organizations in these countries have leveraged both political pressure and public sentiment—in the form of protests—to combat ratification.
A wave of opposition in Central Europe to so-called “gender ideology” has led Bulgaria on 15 February, and then Slovakia yesterday (22 February) to oppose ratifying the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence.
Even countries whose governments oppose same-sex marriage must recognise rights, according to advocate general
A senior adviser to the European Union's top court has backed a Romanian gay man's right to have his US husband live with him in Romania.
Today GALE published the first full overview of how European States implement the right to education for LGBTI (DESPOGI) students.
Conservative campaigners in the country are gearing up for a referendum that could put the country on a collision course with Brussels.