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Thousands march at Budapest Pride as Hungary enforces restrictive laws
Thousands of participants of the Budapest Pride march wound through the streets of the Hungarian capital on Saturday – with many voicing their anxiety over the increasing pressure on the LGBTQ+ community from the country's right-wing government.
WATCH: Madrid celebrates Pride three weeks before the elections
Thousands of people filled Madrid streets to demonstrate and enjoy Pride 2023 in the Spanish capital.
Just Stop Oil disrupts London Pride over ‘high-polluting’ sponsors
Just Stop Oil protesters interrupted London’s Pride March in protest over sponsorship from “high-polluting industries”. A number of protesters were arrested after blocking the road in front of a Coca-Cola truck.
In pictures: Vilnius Pride 2023
Here are some of the best photos from Lithuania's biggest LGBT+ event.
'We celebrate love': Lithuania's Pride defies counterprotests
"Open your heart because we all deserve love and the same rights,” one demonstrator told Euronews.
How has Pride and LGBTQ culture changed our lives?
Euronews Culture takes a look at the queer cultural practices and linguistic traditions which have influenced our everyday ways of living, speaking, and thinking.
Pride month support: Most people think big brands are 'not sincere'
The phenomenon is known as pink-washing, when companies or brands seem attentive to LGBTQ+ issues during Pride, but they're not for the rest of the year.
Rome holds Pride parade amid backdrop of Meloni government crackdown
Rome’s annual LGBTQ+ Pride parade wound its way through the Italian capital on Saturday, providing a colourful counterpoint to the national government’s crackdown on surrogate pregnancies and same-sex parents.
Watch: Thousands of Israelis celebrate Pride in Jerusalem
It is the first time that Pride has been held under the hard-right government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Gay Days kicks off in Florida amid anti-LGBTQ+ legislation
Gay Days will see LGBTQ+ celebrations at Disney and venues across Orlando in the midst of Governor Ron DeSantis' sweeping anti-gay legislation
Target removes some LGBTQ+ Pride merchandise amid threats
Target, which has nearly 2,000 stores across the country, said it wants to protect employees from harm. Critics argue it sends the wrong message.
Pride flags in Chile as country celebrates its new Diversity Day
Pride flags wave in the streets of Chile as the country approves its new National Diversity Day
Karen Melchior: “Discrimination of minorities: the canaries in the coal mine of democracy”
Karen Melchior is a Member of the European Parliament (Renew Europe) from Denmark, and member of the European Parliament’s LGBTI Intergroup. Speaking to euronews reporter Valérie Gauriat at Belgrade’s EuroPride this september.
Maria Walsh: “There must be a clear plan so that minority groups are not left unsafe”
Maria Walsh is a Member of the European Parliament from Ireland (Fine Gael, EPP), and Vice-President of the European Parliament’s LGBTI Intergroup. Attending the Belgrade EuroPride2022, she was among those who urged the Serbian Presidency to lift the ban on the march due to end a week of events.
Helena Dalli: “We cannot live in a world where people are not treated equally”
Helena Dalli is the European Commissioner for Equality. Attending the Human Rights conference at Belgrade’s Europride2022, she spoke to euronews reporter Valerie Gauriat of the importance of defending LGBTQI+ rights, in a European context where civil rights as a whole are increasingly under attack.
LGBTQ+ travel: This airline has relaxed its gendered uniform rules
The policy follows a 2019 removal of Virgin's mandatory makeup rule for female staff and a 2022 move to allow visible tattoos.
Two more suspects arrested over LGBTQ Pride shooting in Norway
The two men were known to police and face charges of "complicity in an act of terrorism".
Thousands march for Serbia Pride after 11th-hour announcement
Thousands took part in Serbia's EuroPride on Saturday, following a last-minute statement by the country's PM that the march could happen and would be protected by police.
Serbia's interior ministry bars Belgrade's EuroPride march route
The organisers said they would use "all available legal means" to reverse the decision and have Saturday's march take place despite growing threats by the country's far-right and religious groups.
Thousands protest planned Pride event in Belgrade
Thousands of opponents of a pan-European LGBTQ event planned for this week in Belgrade marched through the Serbian capital.