The rejection of a LGBT asylum seeker's application by a UK judge because he didn't have a gay "demeanour" is the latest chapter in growing intolerance in Britain, unleashed in part by the Brexit debate.
Poland’s LGBT community is “under attack”, activists warn | The Cube
Right-wing politicians have called for boycotts of Coca Cola products following the campaign which included images of gay people smiling together.
Large numbers of Polish police protected an LGBT parade in the city of Plock to prevent violence after a similar rally was attacked last month in Bialystok
In many European countries, people who identify as transgender must have a mental health diagnosis to get their official records changed. This, according to Transgender Europe (TGEU), “violates the right of every person to determine their own gender identity.”
Advertisements by Coca-Cola that promote gay acceptance have prompted a boycott call from a senior member of the Hungary’s right-wing ruling party.
The boat parade is seen as the 'peak' of Amsterdam Pride.
An archbishop in Poland has warned of a "rainbow plague" amid ongoing tensions in the country over gay rights.
Two days ago, a young man called Tomasz tweeted a message suggesting that LGBTI people post photos of themselves “in school or work showing that we are the normal people whom you might meet anywhere: in the shop, on the street, the office”. He added the hashtag #jestemLGBT ("I am LGBT”).
Thousands of people marched in Berlin and Warsaw on Saturday in support of LGBT rights on Saturday.
Police in Bialystok have arrested 25 men after videos on social media showed attacks on LGBT activists taking part in the city's first Pride parade
Mounir Baatour says there has been a “positive” reaction to his campaign to become Tunisia's first openly gay president.
A newspaper in Poland has ignited a debate after announcing a plan to print "LGBT free-zone" stickers with its next issue.
This year's edition marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising that brought the issue of gay rights to the attention of the world.
This year's New York City gay pride parade marked 50 years since the Stonewall riots that brought the issue of LGBTQ rights to the world's attention
Pride Day commemorates the Stonewall riots, considered the most important event in the gay liberation movement in the United States.
Hundreds of thousands of revellers flooded Sao Paulo's Avenida Paulista Sunday (June 23) with a festive atmosphere as they sang and danced at the 23rd annual Sao Paulo Gay Pride Parade, which organisers bill as the largest gay pride parade in the world.
Thousands took to the streets of Kiev on Sunday for the largest and most peaceful gay pride parade ever held in Ukraine, despite the presence of hostile protesters.
Caine Youngman, a human rights activist in Botswana, told Euronews that the Botswana High Court ruling to decriminalise homosexuality sends a 'huge and loud message' to the rest of the country.
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro told reporters on Friday that the Supreme Court's decision to criminalise homophobia overstepped the court's prerogatives.
Germany celebrated this week 25 years of having decriminalised homosexuality. Euronews takes a look at homosexuality laws across other many European countries.
The family of Johana Medina Leon, 25, submitted a wrongful death claim this week, saying immigration agencies were responsible for her death.
By legalising homosexuality, Botswana has joined other African countries like Angola, Seychelles, Mozambique and South Africa.
We have the potential to lead many countries by example — but only if we continue our tradition of starting the conversation.
Newly appointed Justice Minister Ofir Ohana, Israel's first openly gay cabinet minister, also took part.
Citizens of San Marino have voted by referendum to insert a clause prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in their country's constitution