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Nobel laureate refuses local honour over Poland's LGBT 'rift'
Nobel Prize-winning writer Olga Tokarczuk said that receiving it at the same time as Bishop Ignacy Dec, who has made hostile comments about the LGBT community, would highlight the "painful rift" in Poland over LGBT rights.
Poland to give money to "LGBT free" towns denied EU funding
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Dozens of celebrities voice support for Polish LGBT+ rights
An open letter signed by 75 celebrities and addressed to the EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen demands the bloc takes "immediate steps" to protect "core European values".
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With polls too close to call, Poland's presidential runoff election could seal the fate of the country's LGBT+ community and their civil rights.
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A gay couple working for the EU institutions wanted to claim parental leave for the birth of their twins. It led them to sue the European Parliament in the General Court of the European Union for discrimination against same-sex couples.
'Back to the Middle Ages': Outrage in Romania over gender studies ban
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Homophobia has deep roots in French society, admits government
The admission came as it was revealed anti-LGBT acts in France had risen by 36% last year.
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Gay couple wins online hate speech case against Lithuania
A Facebook post showing a photograph of a gay couple kissing triggered hundreds of online hate comments, including death threats. The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Lithuania for failing to prosecute perpetrators.
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At least 25 arrested after clashes at gay movie premiere in Georgia
Police arrested more than 25 people after ultra-nationalist protesters attempted to derail the premiere of an award-winning movie about gay love.
For sale: Reading jail, where Oscar Wilde was punished for gay sex
The upcoming sale has drawn criticism from campaigners who had hoped to turn the facility into an arts center to honour the Irish writer's legacy.
Belgrade Pride: We're 'not giving up' on LGBT rights
Marching under the slogan 'I’m not giving up’ on LGBT rights, Sunday evening saw thousands take part in Belgrade’s eighth Pride Parade.
Activists warn Poland’s LGBT community is 'under attack' | The Cube
Poland’s LGBT community is “under attack”, activists warn | The Cube
Polish paper criticised over plans to print 'LGBT free zone' stickers
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