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After a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, Madrid's pride celebrations took place with hundreds of thousands of people joining in.
Turkish police break up LGBTQ+ Pride march in Ankara, detain 30 people
Authorities in the Mediterranean country have banned all domestic LGBTQ+ events, citing "security reasons".
London marks 50 years of Pride
Members and allies of the LGBTQ community take part in a pride march in London, with rainbow flags, hula hoops and headdresses on full display
Rainbow weekend: Pride events big and small across Europe
From hundreds of thousands of revelers in London to just a handful of people in a small Arctic village, Pride celebrations were in full swing again this weekend across Europe.
Thousands join pride parades across the world
Tens of thousands take to the streets for pride parades in Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala, Peru, Philippines and Ukraine.
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Tens of thousands of people take part in Pride March in Warsaw, Oslo and Paris.
Human Pride flag event on Sydney opera steps
One thousand people formed a human Pride flag outside the Sydney Opera.
Thousands return to march in São Paulo's LGBT pride after COVID hiatus
Several hundred thousand people march in São Paulo's traditional LGBTQ+ pride march under the slogan 'Vote with pride, for a politics that represents us,' in reference to the presidential elections in October.
Tens of thousands gather in Rome for the return of Pride celebrations
Colourful displays for the first Pride event since the COVID-19 pandemic drew large crowds in support of Italy's LGBTI+ community and the country's minorities.
Supporting trans rights and podcasting: How Suzi Ruffell does comedy
She's got a podcast and a stand-up special on Amazon but how does Suzi Ruffell navigate the world of comedy?
How to prove a secret life? LGBTQ+ refugees' plight highlighted
Is it fair for immigration systems in Europe to ask for proof that people are LGBTQ?
LGBTQ+ Ukrainians share their stories for mental health this Pride
These LGBTQ+ Ukrainians are speaking out - but why now?
Monk, LGBTQ+ activist and celebrity makeup artist: meet Kodo Nishimura
Kodo Nishimura is a Buddhist monk, celebrity makeup artist and LGBTQ+ advocate. To mark the start of Pride month, we sat down with him to discuss his journey to self-acceptance.
Where to celebrate Gay Pride in Europe this June
Kyiv Pride will be held in a neighbouring country this year.
Rare moment as footballer, 17, comes out as gay
The 17-year-old Blackpool player is one of just a few players around the world to come out as gay.
Germany approves rainbow flags on ministry buildings for LGBT events
The move is intended to end discussions about unclear rules and signal acceptance of diversity.
Josh Cavallo is only active male top-flight footballer to come out
Josh Cavallo has received global support after becoming the only active male top-flight footballer to come out as gay.
Fear and loathing in Tbilisi as homophobic attack pain remains raw
ILGA Europe ranked Georgia 32 out of 49 countries in the region over progress around LGBT issues.
World Coming Out Day: 'You can tell no-one... they can even kill you'
A Togolese girl who fled her home country due to her sexual orientation describes her experience to Euronews.
Turkish court acquits students of organising 2019 gay pride march
Eighteen students and one academic have been released after a Turkish court dismissed charges against them for organising a 2019 pride march.
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"An attack on LGBTIQ people is never just that. It always coincides with broader implications for human rights and democracy more broadly," writes Paul Jansen from OutRight Action International.
Budapest Pride parade sees anger directed at Hungary’s government
The march came after a controversial law passed by Hungary's parliament in June prohibited the display of content to minors that depicts homosexuality or gender change.
Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations
Organisers of the 2021 Pride March in the Georgian capital city, Tbilisi, have cancelled the parade over security fears after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations.
Rainbow flag burned and marchers assaulted at Zagreb gay pride march
It is the first time violent assaults have been recorded against participants since 2011, organisers said.
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