The Puerto Rico House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a religious freedom bill that critics contend would allow discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
UNAIDS applauds the landmark decision of the High Court of Botswana to declare unconstitutional key provisions of Sections 164 and 167 of the Botswana Penal Code.
Some U.S. diplomats have been finding ways to defy, or at least get around, the new policy.
While many Poles in Warsaw and other cities have grown increasingly supportive of the rights of LGBT people, a backlash is underway.
With 43 Yes votes and a lone No vote, the National Assembly yesterday endorsed the amendment of the Civil and Criminal Procedure Code (CCPC) Bill of Bhutan 2019.
In the first 100 days of the Narendra Modi government’s second term, the Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry will reintroduce the lapsed Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016 and pay out the ₹3,000-crore arrears in the scholarship scheme for Scheduled Caste students
Two letters sent on Thursday call the policy ‘a thinly veiled attack on LGBTQ Americans whose children are conceived through the use of egg donors and gestational surrogacy.’
The administration is rejecting requests from U.S. embassies to fly the rainbow flag on flagpoles during June, LGBTQ Pride Month, say 3 U.S. diplomats
Minister Cubillos is committed to investigating the case of a transgender boy who committed suicide in Copiapó and advancing inclusive educational policies
Administration’s ban on terminations is a crisis directed at women, warns Kate Gilmore
A years-long government inquiry says human rights abuses "perpetrated historically and maintained today by the Canadian state" has led to violence against Indigenous women and girls that amounts to genocide.
Missing and murdered crisis rooted in human and Indigenous rights violations