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UN: Landmark
Meeting Denounces Rights Abuses Based on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Holy See Condemns Criminalization of Homosexual Conduct
13/12/2009
(New York, December 11, 2009) – A United Nations General Assembly panel that met this week broke new ground and helped build new momentum for ending human rights violations based...
New UN Assembly President's on LGBT rights
Decriminalisation of Homosexuality is not “some kind of democracy”
26/09/2009
ILGA is deeply worried and outraged by UN Assembly new President Ali Abdussalam Treki's failure to consider the protection of the life and safety of lesbians, gay men, trans, intersex...
United Nations/ABGLT
First Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Organization from the Global South to Gain Consultative Status
04/08/2009
(Geneva, JuUnited Nations: First Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Organization fly 27, 2009) The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granted consultative status...
ILGA AND BT TEAM UP TO LAUNCH WEBSITE
Interactive map of the world for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender travellers
28/07/2009
ILGA (International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association) and BT have today launched an online map of the world that shares travel information for Lesbian Gay Bisexual...
Lesbians are everywhere
LESBIAN MOVEMENTS: RUPTURES & ALLIANCES
16/07/2009
Lesbians have always been present in various civil society movements, with gay men’s organizations, in feminist groups, as well as in the artistic sphere and in the fight for...
Arcus/ILGA
ILGA is looking to hire liaison officers in Asia, Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean
22/06/2009
As part of a two year project funded by the Arcus foundation, ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association is looking to hire liaison officers in...
LGBTI rights in the world
Material on state sponsored homophobia
02/06/2009
Founded in 1978, ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association is now a association of over 700 groups in over 110 countries campaigning for lesbian,...
Homosexuality Knows No Borders
Goal: To make the general population and, more specifically, ethno-cultural communities of all backgrounds more aware of gay and lesbian issues, and sexual diversity.
16/05/2009
Since its first edition in 2003, the International Day Against Homophobia has grown larger year by year. With this, May 17 has become the prime moment to remember that homophobia...
International Homophobia day - Canada
International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia
Launch of the « World Appeal against Transphobia and for the Respect of Gender Identity »
14/05/2009
Every day, almost everywhere around the world, Transexual, Transgender, Intersex people face violence, abuse, rape, torture and hate crimes. The only motive : they are not...
2009 report on State-sponsored homophobia
80 countries around the world consider homosexuality illegal, five of them punish homosexual acts with death
13/05/2009
ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association publishes the third edition of its report...
UN Durban Review 2009
States must do more to explicitly protect LGBTI people
05/05/2009
UN Racism Conference Affirms Multiple Grounds of Discrimination APRIL 24, 2009 (Geneva)- Governments endorsing the conference declaration should do more to address multiple and...
Joint Statement at the Durban Review Conference
Sexual Orientation, and Gender Identity as Multiple Forms of Discrimination & Related Intolerance
04/05/2009
The following speech was given by Lindiwe Nkutha, South Africa (Coalition of African Lesbians) on behalf of ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association...
UN Conference on Racism
ILGA facilitates LGBTI visibility at Durban review conference
03/05/2009
The UN Conference against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, held in Geneva during April 2009, was a follow up to the Conference in Durban, South...
WORLD SOCIAL FORUM 2009
Women's Assembly Declaration
24/02/2009
In the year in which the WSF joins with the population of the Pan-Amazon, we, women from different parts of the world gathered in Belém, reaffirm the contribution of indigenous...
International Business Equality Index
Which is the most gay friendly corporation in the world ?
05/02/2009
The IGLCC invites corporations to be part of the first edition of the International Business Equality Index Montreal, Canada, February 5th 2009 The International Gay...
IGLYO and ILGA
Global LGBT youth network launched
19/01/2009
IGLYO and ILGA launch the LGBT Youth World List - the first international network of its kind. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer young people from all over the...
Awid Feminist Forum
Overview Awid Feminist Forum
13/01/2009
The 11th Feminist Forum, 14 till 17 November, Cape Town, South Africa - The Power of Movements The main theme was how to strengthen feminist movements, how to overcome its fragmentation...
AWID
JOB ADVERTISEMENT
ILGA is looking for an Executive Director
10/01/2009
ILGA We are working for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people all across the World and are a network of NGOs that advocates for the equality of...
UN – Video
Mrs. Navanethem Pillay, High Commissioner for Human Rights: Those who are lesbian, gay or bisexual, those who are transgender, transsexual or intersex, are full and equal members of the human family, and are entitled to be treated as such.”
26/12/2008
As you will know, the year ends with a very special moment for our movement worldwide with a declaration on human rights, sexual orientation and gender identity given for the first...
UN Gen. Assembly Statement Affirms Rights for all
First ever statement on sexual orientation and gender identity at the UN General Assembly
19/12/2008
The statement read by Argentina and the counterstatement read by the Syrian Arab Republic that immediately followed can be seen respectively at 2:25:00 and at 2:32:00 in the video...
ILGA delegation rallies support for UN statement
UN: 66 States Condemn Violations Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
19/12/2008
(New York, December 18, 2008) – In a powerful victory for the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 66 nations at the UN General Assembly today supported a groundbreaking...
UN: General Assembly to Address Sexual Orientation
Statement affirms promise of Universal Declaration of Human Rights
12/12/2008
(New York, December 11, 2008) – As the world celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the UN General Assembly will hear a statement in...
Coalition of NGOs
HIV and mobility
Thirty countries deport HIV+ migrant workers, sixty six countries discriminate HIV+ travellers, including 19 in the WHO Europe region.
08/12/2008
Civil society calls for action to remove HIV related travel and residence regulations for people living with HIV in time for the Vienna World Aids Conference in 2010. States...
24th world conference in Vienna
ILGA pursues its 30 year-long dialogue with the international LGBTI movement
24/11/2008
Created in 1978 as IGA, the International Gay Association, the organisation known for the last 22 years as ILGA, the International Lesbian and Gay Association will be known from...
material on state sponsored homophobia
ILGA to celebrate its 30th anniversary in Vienna
11/11/2008
The International Lesbian and Gay Association will hold its 24th world conference Nov 3 – 6 in Vienna, Austria. 200 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex activists from over...
Copenhagen 2009 World Outgames
Outreach/Scholarship Support Program
22/09/2008
The World Outgames 2009 takes place from 25 July - 2 August 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark. World Outgames 2009, with its varied programs of sports, culture, and human rights...
United Nations - Ecosoc Campaign
Defeat for Discrimination, Victory for Inclusion: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Groups Gain Consultative Status
31/07/2008
(New York, July 23, 2008) – The decision by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granting consultative status to two groups that work on sexual orientation and...
8th Session of UN Human Rights Council
State Sponsored Homophobia is a recent historical mistake deemed to disappear
18/07/2008
Agenda Item 8. Follow up and implementation of the Vienna declaration and Programme of Action Stephen Barris, Monday June 16, 2008. ...
Organising locally to bring about global change
ILGA XXIV World Conference: 3 - 6 November 2008, Vienna, Austria
03/07/2008
The 24rth World Conference of the International Lesbian and Gay Association will be held in Vienna, November 3 to 6, 2008. It will be co-organised by local member group Hosi-Wien....
8th Session of UN Human Rights Council
This is the first time that the words sexual orientation and gender identity appear in an official document approved by the 34 countries of the Americas
18/06/2008
Katherine McDonald, on behalf of Action Canada for Population and Development (ACPD) Geneva 16 June 2008 ...
Open Job Position in ILGA
Part-time Communications Project Manager
29/05/2008
ILGA is inviting applications for the position of: Part-time Communications Project Manager This position is based in the ILGA secretariat, Brussels, Belgium. The secretariat...
ILGA publishes State-sponsored Homophobia report
Being lesbian or gay is risking jail time in 86 countries and death penalty in 7.
14/05/2008
May 17th is the International Day against Homophobia. ILGA, the International Lesbian and Gay Association, has chosen this date to launch a yearly report on State-sponsored...
Supportive governments
60 countries have publicly supported sexual orientation at the CHR/HRC between 2003 and 2008
07/04/2008
Currently there are altogether 60 countries that have publicly supported sexual orientation as an issue at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights/Human Rights Council since...
UNCHR LGBT rights 2008
We welcome the strong statements by the European Union and by 10 Mercosur and Associated countries in favour of ending discrimination and violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity
03/04/2008
Joint statement: International Lesbian and Gay Association – Europe & Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network (delivered by John Fisher): “Mr. President, Madam High Commissioner, distinguished...
UN Human Rights Council 2008
Slovenia and Mercosur countries'statement in favour of LGBT rights at the UNCHR
03/04/2008
Item 8 : Follow-up and implementation of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action. 25 March, 2008: Slovenia, on behalf of the European Union (delivered by H.E. Ambassador...
ILGA World Conference
The Executive Board of ILGA decided to postpone the ILGA World Conference
11/03/2008
The Executive Board of ILGA decided to postpone the ILGA world Conference that was due to take place in May 2008 in Quebec. The conference will be rescheduled later this year. This...
Gaining the right to speak in our name at the UN
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups still face discrimination in accessing UN consultative status
13/02/2008
February 13, 2008 - New York, U.S.A. The United Nations Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations refused ECOSOC status to three lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups....
HIV and mobility
Travel and residence regulations for people living with HIV/AIDS
30/11/2007
As a resource for travelers around the world, Karl Lemmen and Peter Wiessner of the German AIDS Federation and European Aids Treatment Group (EATG) and David Haerry have put together...
U.N Launch of the Yogyakarta Principles in NYC
Brazil advances in the international fight for LGBT rights
12/11/2007
Following Brazil’s formal submission of a Resolution on Human Rights and Sexual Orientation to the UNO Human Rights Council in 2003, an international coalition of LGBT and Human...
ILGA welcomes new Executive Director
Trevor Cook joins the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) as new Executive Director
05/11/2007
Trevor Cook joins the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) as new Executive Director made possible through the financial contribution of development agency HIVOS. ILGA...
World Day against Death Penalty
7 countries still put people to death for same-sex acts
10/10/2007
October 10 is World Day against Death Penalty. This is also the first European Day against Death Penalty as proclaimed by the Council of Europe on 27 September 2007. The Council...
2nd EI/PSI Sexual Diversity Forum in Vienna
Trade unionists together for LGBT rights!
19/09/2007
In 2003, Education International (EI) and Public Services International (PSI) agreed to launch the first international lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers forum, which...
ILGA - World Conference
Minutes of ILGA's XXIII World Conference - Geneva April 2006
17/09/2007
Following is a link to the minutes of ILGA's XXIII World Conference. Thursday...
Interview with Judith Butler
Gender Trouble: Still Revolutionary or Obsolete?
10/08/2007
Bang Bang is a Belgium weekly Queer radio magazine mixing genders and refusing separation among genders. Bang Bang focuses on lesbian, gay, and trans cultures and shows how gender...
Gaining the Right to Speak at the UN
United Nations Grant Consultative Status to Groups Working to Address Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues
24/07/2007
(United Nations, Geneva, July 23, 2007). In a vote that recognizes the importance of including the voices of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) human rights groups at...
ILGA, Arc International, IGLHRC, CGLQ, RFSL
ILGA Executive Director
ILGA seeks to hire Executive Director
04/07/2007
The Executive Director will be responsible for ensuring that ILGA is a forceful and effective advocate for LGBT rights. Candidates should be strongly committed to working for this...
ILGA
Sexual Orientation in International Law
What role has international law played in the LGBT movement?
25/05/2007
Does the international legal system recognize the rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people? What is the history of the LGBT movement within the UN system? Professor...
Professor Douglas Sanders
Gaining the right to speak at the UN
Discriminatory trend continues at UN as Committee on NGOs fails to recomend consultive status with ECOSOC to three national federations defending the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people.
25/05/2007
May 18, 2007 – New York, U.S.A. The United Nations Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) voted to recommend denial of ECOSOC status to Swedish LGBT federation RFSL and...
ILGA
LGBT Rights at the UN - 2007
The Yogyakarta Principles, a milestone in the history of international law applied to sexual orientation and gender identity
16/05/2007
The Yogyakarta Principles are a set of principles on the application of international human rights law in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity. The Principles affirm...
International Day Against Homophobia
ILGA and IGLYO support all initiatives aimed at using this international day to fight homophobia in all its forms
16/05/2007
ILGA, the International Lesbian and Gay Association and IGLYO, the International Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Youth and Student Organisation are happy that the international...
State-sponsored Homophobia
In 2007, no less than 85 member states of the United Nations still criminalize consensual same sex acts among adults
16/05/2007
May 17th is the International Day against Homophobia. ILGA has chosen this time of the year to launch a report on State homophobia around the world to raise awareness of the extent...
LGBT rights at the UN - 2007
Beto de Jesus, ILGA representative for Latin America and the Caribbean, encourages the UN Human Rights Council to use the Yogyakarta Principles to frame a future debate on sexual orientation and gender identity
19/04/2007
Beto de Jesus, ILGA representative for Latin America and the Caribbean and member of the Board of the Brazilian LGBT Federation (ABGLT) attended the United Nations Human Rights Council...
LGBT rights at the United Nations – 2007
We are hopeful the Human Rights delegations of the Mercosur countries will make a positive statement on sexual orientation and gender identity at the Human Rights Council
16/04/2007
Beto de Jesus, ILGA representative for Latin America and the Caribbean and member of the Board of the Brazilian LGBT Federation (ABGLT) attended the United Nations Human Rights Council...
First statement by newly accredited LGBT NGOs
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour addresses LGBT issues for the first time within the plenary chamber of the Council
19/03/2007
Geneva - United Nations Human Rights Council, March 15 2007. A joint statement of LSVD Germany, ILGA-Europe and LBL Denmark was presented to the Human Rigths Council (HRC) this...
Gaining the right to speak in our name at the UN
NGO Committee votes not to grant status to CGLQ and to postpone RFSL to May
01/02/2007
As a result of a vote, requested by the delegations of Egypt, Guinea, Pakistan, Qatar and the Sudan, on the application of Coalition gaie et lesbienne du Québec -- a national organization...
ECOSOC
For Women Who Love Women
Leaflet on breast and cervical cancer prevention
26/01/2007
Do women who love women have a greater risk of developing breast or cervical cancer? Being lesbian or bisexual does not have a direct influence on the frequency of breast...
ECOSOC
United Nations Grants Consultative Status to LGBT
13/12/2006
(United Nations, New York, NY, December 13, 2006) At long last, the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granted consultative status to three lesbian, gay, bisexual,...
ILGA panel at 2nd UNHCR session
The Coalition Gaie et Lesbienne du Québec at ECOSOC
13/12/2006
The "Coalition Gaie et Lesbienne du Québec" (Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Quebec) is a federation in Quebec, and we have nearly the same background as ILGA-Europe. Consequently,...
United Nations - Ecosoc Campaign
Historic recognition of LGBT organisations at the United Nations: one of ILGA’s regions and two of its members granted consultative status
12/12/2006
Yesterday, 11 December 2006, the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granted consultative status to three gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organisations: to...
ILGA panel at 2nd UNHCR session
The gender culture experience
11/12/2006
In the process of reviewing the concept of transgender, we consider the first component of the word: “trans” means to pass to, to transit to the other side; and, in association with...
ILGA PANEL AT 2ND UNHRC SESSION
Transgender: An emerging human rights issue
07/12/2006
Throughout the world, different cultures have different perceptions of gender and its expression. Individuals themselves express their gender identity in many different ways. Though...
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
Struggles at ECOSOC for LGBT NGOs
07/12/2006
This is a time of great challenge for the United Nations system as a whole. The Council that we are all currently attending was intended to replace the Commission on Human...
NGO Joint Statement - UNHRC Dec 06
We commend Norway for its leadership, building on similar initiatives by Brazil, New Zealand and others
06/12/2006
Human Rights Council 3rd Session - 1 December, 2006 John Fisher I am pleased to speak to issues of sexual orientation, gender identity and human rights, on behalf of 19 ECOSOC-accredited...
ILGA PANEL AT 2ND UNCHR SESSION
Voices from the Global South: Lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people come out globally
06/12/2006
Many States in the Global South claim that homosexuality was imported during colonial times in spite of ample documentation of homosexuality in traditional societies across the globe....
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
Application Of ABGLT to obtain consultative status In Ecosoc
06/12/2006
I would like to thank you for the opportunity to be here to speak about ECOSOC and to share with you and my table colleagues ABGLT (Asociación Brasileña de Gays, Lesbianas...
Report on ILGA’s activities at the UN in 2006
Organising our Coming Out at the United Nations
05/12/2006
“An increasing number of governments and NGOs acknowledge the necessity of a UN resolution to recognise and protect the rights of LGBT people around the world. The time to debate,...
United Nations Human Rights Council - Dec 06
NGOs around the world celebrate historic UN statement on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
05/12/2006
NGOs from around the world welcomed a landmark statement on human rights, sexual orientation and gender identity, delivered last Friday December 1, 2006 at the United Nations Human...
Arc International - ISHR - ILGA
Statement by Norway – UNHRC 2006
Largest government support ever in favour of a debate on Sexual orientation and Gender Identity at the UN
05/12/2006
Following New Zealand's public statement supported by 32 countries in 2005 pushing the United Nations Commission on Human Rights to address the issue of sexual orientation and gender...
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
LSVD is one of the groups that has applied for ECOSOC
04/12/2006
LSVD is one of the groups that has applied for ECOSOC status and is up for debate in December 2006, but we’re going to more broadly focus on all the groups together. Click here...
John Fisher - Arc International reports
Nasty procedural wrangling at the ECOSOC
04/12/2006
In Spring 2005 ILGA led a campaign to have several LGBT groups apply to gain observer status at the United Nations. The full 53 governements members of the ECOSOC gathered in Geneva...
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
Transforming Silence…
04/12/2006
The reason why I chose the title of this presentation to be “Transforming Silence into Language and Action” was because it’s the title of a very important piece of literature that...
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
ILGA-Europe at ECOSOC
30/11/2006
I’m going to first say just a little bit about what ILGA-Europe itself is; then I’m going to say something about the kind of work that we do, and then share with you parts of our...
www.ilga-europe.org
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
Transgender identities & the European TransGender Network
29/11/2006
Dear ladies, gentlemen, trans- and all other genders, I want to give a very brief introduction on transgender identities. Before I do that, I would like to emphasise that there...
tgeu.net/
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
Double discrimination suffered by lesbians in Switzerland
29/11/2006
A lesbian association in Switzerland does not encounter the same difficulties as one in Zimbabwe or one in India. That is true, but only partially. In fact, the double discrimination...
www.Lestime.ch
ILGA PANEL AT 2ND UNHCR SESSION
Recognition of LGBT NGOS by the United Nation
07/11/2006
The rejection by the ECOSOC Committee on Non-governmental Organizations of the applications of four LGBT organizations, including ILGA, for consultative status in 2006 has underlined...
UNHRC - October 2006
Kim Vance - COAL Coalition of Activists Lesbians
07/11/2006
Kim Vance - Arc International gave a speech on behalf of the only lesbian group (and only LGBT group) with ECOSOC status: the Coalition of Activists Lesbians from Australia. Watch...
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
LGBT Rights within Latin America and the Caribbean
06/11/2006
Humanity has always been marked by its wide variety of sexual expression and various ancient civilizations understood this. In Latin America, our pre-hispanic societies displayed...
ILGA PANEL AT 2ND UNCHR SESSION
LGBT Human Rights in IRAN
31/10/2006
I am Secretary General of the Persian Gay and Lesbian Organization, PGLO . For the past four years it has volunteered its efforts to paint an accurate picture of LGBTs’situaton...
www.pglo.net
ILGA PANEL AT 2ND UNCHR SESSION
On Transgender Human Rights Issues in Africa
23/10/2006
INTRODUCTION My name is Juliet Victor Mukasa, I am a Human Rights Defender working for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender liberation in my home country of Uganda and...
ILGA Panel at 2nd UNCHR Session
Beyond Isolation Towards Mainstreaming
23/10/2006
Background India’s population surpassed the billion mark in 20011; the estimated number of women attracted to women and women with varying gender identities in India lies...
www.sanginii.org
ILGA PANEL AT 2ND UNHRC SESSION - Oct 06
Lesbian and Bisexual Women – invisible and doubly discriminated
06/10/2006
Lesbian and bisexual women suffer double discrimination because of their gender and because of their sexual orientation. While almost all issues and concerns of women have been...
ILGA Team in Geneva - October 2006
It is our pleasure to introduce you to...
06/10/2006
Thanks to the Swedish Foreign Office and RFSL, 26 activists joined ILGA and other NGOs in Geneva to ensure sexual orientation and gender identity remains on everybody’s mind at the...
ILGA's activities at the UN in 2006
Maintaining an LGBT presence at the Human Rights Council
05/10/2006
ILGA's efforts to have sexual orientation and gender identity come out at the United Nations grew in importance in 2006 and organised around three aspects: - ILGA held its XXIII...
Report on ILGA’s activities at the UN in 2006
ILGA held its XXIII World Conference in Geneva, home of the United Nations Human Rights Council
05/10/2006
ILGA’s efforts to have sexual orientation and gender identity come out at the United Nations grew in importance in 2006 and organised around three aspects: - Speaking in our...
ECOSOC Campaign
Gaining the right to speak in our own name at the United Nations
04/10/2006
ILGA’s efforts to have sexual orientation and gender identity come out at the United Nations grew in importance in 2006 and organised around three aspects: - ILGA held its XXIII...
Queer women's well being
Lesbian and bisexual women's health, common concerns and local issues
26/09/2006
Dear friends, Following the International Conference on LGBT Human Rights in Montreal in July this year, much has been said concerning lesbian and bisexual women's well being....
ILGA
UN and HIV/AIDS
Vulnerability, Invisibility and Marginalization: Governments Do Battle at the UN on HIV/AIDS
13/09/2006
The five year review of 2001’s United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on HIV/AIDS was, yet again, a UN session where governments offered mixed results. In many...
The Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL)
XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto
Next World Aids Conference to be held in Mexico/2008. See Videos and transcripts of MSM workshops.
06/09/2006
“This conference cannot be deemed a success unless we collectively realize our theme of Time to Deliver,” said Conference Co-Chair Dr. Mark Wainberg, Local Host Board Chair and...
Kaiser Network
Muslim Religious and LGBT Strategies
Threats and Survival: The Religious Right and LGBT Strategies in Muslim Contexts
14/08/2006
The turn of the nineteenth century, Europeans referred to same-sex relationships as the “Persian disease,” the “Turkish disease,” or the “Egyptian vice.” In an interesting reversal,...
Violence Against Women
Violence Doesn't Distinguish Between Sexualities
12/08/2006
Mira Ofreneo, a Filipina psychologist, and Bernadette Muthien, an activist for women’s and LGBT issues in South Africa, met last April in Geneva during the ILGA conference. Strengthened...
www.360.ch
Outgames Montréal 2006
Declaration of Montréal
08/08/2006
Preamble: ‘All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights’. This famous first sentence of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted almost sixty years...
1st World Outgames Montréal 2006
United Nations
UN Credibility at Stake as ECOSOC Addresses Applications of NGOs Working on Sexual Orientation Issues
25/07/2006
GENEVA, JULY 24, 2006 - NGOs urged the Economic and Social Council today to put aside procedural disagreements and give fair consideration to the applications for consultative...
ILGA
ECOSOC Campaign
Final Petition for LGBT Groups' ECOSOC Status
22/07/2006
Following is the ECOSOC petition, which has been endorsed by more than 200 organisations from over 60 countries. Thanks to everyone for their tremendous support. John...
ILGA
ILGA Board
ILGA Remembers Rebecca Cross
17/07/2006
ILGA is deeply saddened to announce the death of Rebecca Cross, who passed away on Friday, July 7, in Las Cruces, NM. We mourn her loss and convey our heartfelt sympathies to...
ILGA
ILGA
Geneva 2006 Confence Constitution
13/07/2006
This constitution of The International Lesbian and Gay Association was passed at the World Conference in Geneva in 2006 and came into force immediately. Read also ILGA's...
ILGA
Geneva Conference 2006: Standing Orders
13/07/2006
These Standing Orders of The International Lesbian and Gay Association were passed at the World Conference in Geneva in 2006 and came into force immediately. Also read...
Documents
ILGA’s Public Stance Against Paedophilia and Commitment to the Protection of Children
13/07/2006
ILGA is a global federation of organisations and individuals seeking to address human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity. On January 23, 2006,...
ILGA
Protests for Iran
Day of Solidarity with Iranians Planned for July 19th
07/07/2006
Demonstrations and vigils are being organized all over the world on July 19, the first anniversary of the public hanging of the two gay Iranian teenagers, Mahmoud Asgari and Ayaz...
PGLO
World Conference in Geneva
Media Coverage of ILGA's 2006 World Conference in Geneva
22/06/2006
After ILGA's 23rd World Conference in Geneva this spring, media around the world reflected on the preconferences, the politics of the event, and the progress that can be made...
ILGA
ILGCN World Conference
ILGCN World Culture Conference Held in Moscow
09/06/2006
Moscow / Stockholm : The first stage of this year's ILGCN World Conference on Lesbian & Gay Culture took place in the Russian capital on May 25th - right after the Nordic Rainbow...
International Lesbian & Gay Cultural Network
ECOSOC
LGBT organisations apply for consultative status at the United Nations
09/06/2006
NEW YORK, NEW YORK : ILGA’s campaign to make LGBT voices come out at the United Nations rose to a new level last week with six additional groups applying for consultative status...
ECOSOC
The statement made by the Holy See during the debate on LSVD
22/05/2006
Madame Chair, thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to take the floor in relation to the NGO under consideration. The Holy See understands that not all ILGA...
ILGA
United Nations
Two LGBT associations rejected. UN NGO Committee on discriminatory trend.
22/05/2006
LSVD, the German LGBT federation and ILGA-Europe’s applications to obtain observer status at the United Nations were rejected last week at the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)’s...
ILGA
For Women Who Love Women
A new information leaflet on cancer of the breast and of the uterus collar
19/05/2006
The Belgian Cancer Foundation has just published a new preventive information leaflet in French entitled Pour les femmes qui aiment les femmes (For Women Who Love Women),...
ILGA
Watch ILGA's spot against Homophobia
17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia
12/05/2006
On 17 May 1990, the General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) removed homosexuality from their list of mental disorders. The fight for the recognition of...
Watch ILGA's spot against Homophobia
Press Release
HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA ISSUES STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER PEOPLE
24/04/2006
Geneva, April 3, 2006: Participants at the XXIII World Conference of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) welcomed a message of support from His Holiness the...
ILGA
ILGA 23rd World Conference in Geneva
A strong demonstration of how the LGBT movement and ILGA are alive and needed in the world today
14/04/2006
With some 220 gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activists coming from all regions of the world, the 23rd World Conference of the International Lesbian and Gay Association,...
ILGA
State Homophobia
A list of resources on State-Sponsored Homophobia
18/02/2006
World Legal Map on legislations affecting LGBT people around the world In English In Spanish In Portuguese In French ...
HIV/AIDS and women
WOMEN WORLDWIDE make a joint declaration to eradicate HIV/AIDS
13/02/2006
Sexual and reproductive rights are a pivotal neglected priority in HIV/AIDS policy, programming and resource allocation. Failure to protect girls’ and women’s rights including...
ILGA and LBL rejected by ECOSOC
An open letter to US Secretary of State Dr Condoleezza Rice
06/02/2006
Dear Secretary of State, The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has rejected the application to reinstate the consultative status of the International Lesbian...
ILGA Co-Secretary General Kursad Kahramanoglu
Unfair treatment of ILGA's application at the UN
Ongoing struggle for LGBT NGOs to get the right to speak at the United Nations in their own name
23/01/2006
In 2002 the UN ECOSOC Committee held its last vote on ILGA's previous application for ECOSOC status - voting (29 against, 17 for, 7 abstain) to withhold the status from ILGA. The...
Lesbian and bisexual women's health
ILGA is collecting material on Lesbian and bisexual women's health
28/06/2005
ILGA, The International Lesbian and Gay Association Will be producing a report on LESBIAN AND BISEXUAL WOMEN’S HEALTH Common Concerns and Local Issues We wish to highlight...
Games
Test your LGBT Knowledge
24/06/2005
1. When did the World Health Organization remove homosexuality as an illness from their classification of diseases? 1. In 1945 2. In 1968 3. In 1973 4. In...
ILGA’s new magazine
Campaigning: Summer 2005
24/06/2005
Download ILGA’s new magazine “Campaigning”, Summer 2005 (full version) Contents Download...
Opportunities
ILGA seeks developer for new website
24/05/2005
International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) and its European Region (ILGA-Europe) are inviting proposals to build and provide maintenance for a single internet-based database...
World Pride
Jerusalem WorldPride Events Rescheduled to August 6-12, 2006
16/05/2005
Following the Israeli Prime Minister’s decision to postpone the launch date of the Gaza pullout to August 16 and in consideration with a most difficult political climate expected...
Jerusalem Open House
ILGA Panel at the 61st UNCHR
Women and lesbians: discrimination on multiple grounds, an ILGA panel at the UNCHR
12/05/2005
The discrimination that lesbian and bisexual women face is not only connected to their gender and their sexual identity. They also suffer from discrimination based on their social...
Unions/LGBT Issues
Trade Unions' committment to LGBT issues: recent achievements
12/05/2005
Circular of the International Conferederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) concerning the UNCHR. Sexual orientation We will also support the Resolution against discrimination...
Panels at the 61st UNCHR
A full two weeks of initiatives around sexual orientation and gender identity was organised by NGOs during the 61st UNCHR
12/05/2005
April 5th Human Rights Violations on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation: Is the Commission turning a blind eye? Speakers: Mr. Philip Alston, the Special Rapporteur on extra-judicial,...
ILGA Panel at the 61st UNCHR
Expressing gender: the need to protect Human Rights of Transgender people
12/05/2005
Throughout the world, different cultures often have very different perceptions of gender and its expression. Individuals themselves express their gender identity in many different...
ILGA Panel at the 61rst UNCHR
In Union: how can workers’ rights and the struggle for equality for sexual minorities advance together?
12/05/2005
Global trade unions have in recent years embraced the fight for equality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. Our intention is to underline the positive role of trade...
ILGA Panel at the 61st UNCHR
Lesbian and bisexual women: suffering multiple discrimination
12/05/2005
The discrimination that lesbian and bisexual women face is not only connected to their gender and their sexual identity. Women also face discrimination based on their social class,...
ILGA Panel at the 61st UNCHR
On the difficult relationship between homosexuality and religion
12/05/2005
When Brazil introduced its resolution on sexual orientation and human rights, the Vatican and the Organisation of Islamic conferences strongly opposed it; as if the mere recognition...
Other UN resources
A list of resources to better understand the debate on sexual orienation and gender identity at the UN
11/05/2005
"To our knowledge, I am the first homosexual to speak in any United Nations human rights body" First...
Supportive governments
A large number of governments insisted discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity should be addressed by the Commission
11/05/2005
Currently there are altogether 48 countries that have publicly supported sexual orientation as an issue at the CHR between 2003 and 2005. Read...
Professor Douglas Sanders
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
11/05/2005
Professor Douglas Sanders sanders_gwb@yahoo.ca July 17, 2005 International human rights law and the lesbian and gay rights movement have grown up together in the years since...
UN 2005 – NGO Statements
LGBT Voices from Geneva’s Palais des Nations
10/05/2005
Geneva, April 2005. Here are a few of the speeches given by LGBT activists at the 61rst session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in support of a resolution both on...
ILGA Team in Geneva
It is our pleasure to introduce you to...
10/05/2005
Thanks to the the German and Swedish Foreign Offices, 27 activists joined ILGA and other NGOs in Geneva to ensure sexual orientation and gender identity remains on everybody’s mind...
United Nations
ILGA at the United Nations in 2005: How long will LGBT Rights be ignored by the UN?
10/05/2005
Following is a report on ILGA's initiatives around the debate on sexual orientation at the United Nations in 2005. ILGA's efforts to ensure sexual diversity and gender identity remain...
ILGA
May 17th is the Intl Day Against Homophobia
The decision of the World Health Organisation 15 years ago constitutes a historic date and powerful symbol for members of the LGBT community
04/05/2005
On 17 May 1990, the General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) removed homosexuality from their list of mental disorders. This action served to end more than a century...
IDAHO / Louis Georges Tin
ILGA Panel at the 61st UNCHR
Gender diversity is a normal and potentially healthy variation of human expression
28/04/2005
Gender diversity is a normal and potentially healthy variation of human expression. And nothing is inherently “mentally ill” within gender-variant people, rather it is they who...
LGBT Voices from the UN / 2005
Human Rights are for all humans, but we usually do not enjoy these fundamental freedoms, because we are not perceived as having rights or humanity
27/04/2005
Item 14: Specific groups and individuals My name is Kim Vance and I am presenting on behalf of my colleague, Carlos Perera, who had to return home to Fiji yesterday. He works...
Carlos Perera
ILGA PRESS RELEASE
The Election of Benedict XVI as Pope Causes Hurt and Pain among LGBT People
21/04/2005
Brussels, 21/04/2005 The Election of Cardinal Ratzinger as Pope Benedict XVI The International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) wishes to express its dismay and deep concerns...
UN: 32 countries support New Zealand
It is contrary to human dignity to force an individual to change his/her sexual orientation, or to discriminate against them on this basis
20/04/2005
I have the honour to make this statement on behalf of Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,...
New Zealand Ambasssador, Tim Caughley
Human rights for all / UN panels
Today, Homosexuality is still a criminal offense in Sri Lanka
18/04/2005
Good afternoon to you all. I am happy to be here today speaking on behalf of ILGA. I would like to talk with you today about multiple discrimination in a developing country...
Rosanna Flamer-Caldera
LGBT Voices from the UN / 2005
We expect once and for all, the condemnation of all violations of human rights against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender around the world
11/04/2005
Item 14: Specific groups and individuals Dear President, distinguished members of the Human Rights Commission As a member or the Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos...
Pedro Paradiso
LGBT Voices from Geneva's Palais des Nations
LSVD's Philipp Braun reminds UNCHR members of the horrors of Germany's past and its remarquable redemption
07/04/2005
Item 11: Civil and Political Rights My name is Philipp Braun and I am speaking on behalf of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network which has links with many organisations including...
LSVD
UNITED NATIONS 2005
How long will LGBT rights be ignored at the UN?
24/03/2005
August 6th 1992. For the first time ever, homosexuality was openly addressed at the United Nations. In the name of Human Rights Advocates and ILGA, Professor Douglas Sanders decried...
ILGA
INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAISNT HOMOPHOBIA
Public authorities get more and more involved
23/03/2005
The International Day Against Homophobia which will be celebrated on May 17th in more than 30 countries throughout the world is more and more supported by official authorities...
Momentum for Equality
Beijing + 10 Review and Women’s Global Charter for Humanity
23/02/2005
From 28 February to 11 March 2005 the UN Commission on the Status of Women in New York will conduct the ten-year review and appraisal of the Beijing Platform for Action (Beijing...
Patricia Curzi - ILGA Women's Project Officer
August 18-28 2005
Love without Borders: Jerusalem WorldPride 2005
24/12/2004
Jerusalem, the Holy City, the city the world looks towards from east and west. With more than 5,000 years of recorded history, the very name evokes vivid images even in those who...
Jerusalem Open House
STANDING RULES
Rome Conference 1992: Standing rules
23/11/2004
Also read ILGA's Constitution ROME CONFERENCE INTERNATIONAL LESBIAN AND GAY...
ILGA
ILGA - A YEAR IN REVIEW
How You Helped and Can Help to Make a difference
19/11/2004
Dear ILGA members and friends, As we head into the last months of 2004, we here at ILGA would like to share with you news on what has been one of the most active years...
World Petition
Seven questions and answers about the International homophobia awareness day
04/10/2004
1) What are the practical objectives of this Day ? In practice, our first objective is to provoke action. Actions could take on a number of different forms : a debate in...
Louis-Georges Tin
INTERNATIONAL PETITION
Towards an international Day against Homophobia
04/10/2004
Louis-Georges Tin, editor of the Dictionnaire de l’homophobie (Presses Universitaires de France, 2003) is campaigning for a World Day against Homophobia, for an international recognition...
Louis-Georges Tin
Job advertisement
ILGA seeks to employ a Manager and a Women's Project Officer
30/09/2004
ILGA seeks to employ a MANAGER and a WOMEN’S PROJECT OFFICER MANAGER 1/...
ILGA
Job Advertisement
ILGA seeks to employ a Women's Project Officer
30/09/2004
WOMEN’S PROJECT OFFICER 1/ ILGA World: who we are The International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) is a worldwide federation of national and local groups dedicated...
ILGA
Bulletin PDF
2/2004
23/07/2004
Editorial 1 Petit Honored 2 1st World OutGames 3 Dossier: Brazilian Resolution 4-13 Bush, Mubarak, A Lovely Couple 6 Map of State Homophobia 14-15 “Traditional Marriage Debunked”...
Sexual Rights and the Commission on Human Rights
A review of the various resolutions recently approved at the 60th session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. By Ana Elena Obando, WHRnet
04/06/2004
Ana Elena Obando followed the CHR process first hand and recounts the highlights of the resolution on sexual orientation, resolutions related to sexual and reproductive rights, and...
ILGA - Supporting the Brazilian resolution
ILGA at the UNCHR: A brief collection of achievements
04/06/2004
In April 2003, Brazil presented a resolution on sexual orientation at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Geneva (UNCHR). The text bans all discrimination on the grounds...
NGO Statement
ICFTU, the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions supports the Brazilian resolution
02/06/2004
Brussels, 9 March 2004 (ICFTU Online): Today in Brussels, the International Confederation of Free...
Extracts from the Draft UN Report of CHR 2004
Official UN documents 60th session
27/05/2004
The draft report on the 60th session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) are available in English, French and Spanish on the OHCHR...
ILGA team in Geneva
It is our pleasure to introduce you to…
26/05/2004
12 activists joined ILGA and other NGOs in Geneva to work in the biggest ever LGBT coalition to be present throughout the 2004 session of the Commission on Human Rights. ILGA would...
61rst session of the UNCHR
Which countries will vote?
26/05/2004
List of the countries The following 14 countries were the ones whose terms on the CHR expired this year: Armenia,...
World legal map on LGBT legislations
The State of the Laws
26/05/2004
ILGA’s World Legal Survey is to this day the only database on legislations affecting Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual and Transgender people around the world. Accessible on www.ilga.org,...
Preparing for next year’s battle
Who will sit in Geneva in 2005?
25/05/2004
Who will vote on the Brazilian resolution in Geneva next year? Who will be the new High Commissioner for Human Rights? - The list of countries that will sit at next year’s
The Brazilian resolution and Beyond
Our struggle goes well beyond the Brazilian resolution. With or without the UN, we will give voice again and again until our existence and rights are recognized.
19/05/2004
An interview with Rosanna Flamer-Caldera and Kursad Kahramanoglu, Co-Secretaries General of the International Lesbian and Gay Association. After the text was first introduced...
UN 2004 – NGO Statements
LGBT Voices from Geneva’s Palais des Nations
27/04/2004
Geneva, April 2004. Here are a few of the speeches given by LGBT activists at the 60th session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in support of a resolution both on...
Extracts from the Draft UN Report of CHR 2004
Violence against Women
27/04/2004
2004/46. Elimination of violence against women Official UN document The...
Extracts from the Draft UN Report of CHR 2004
Extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions
27/04/2004
2004/37. Extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions Official UN...
Extracts from the Draft UN Report of CHR 2004
Sexual Orientation
27/04/2004
2004/104. Extension of the time limit in decision 2003/118 Official...
Extracts from the Draft UN Report of CHR 2004
Right to Health
27/04/2004
2004/27. The right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health Official...
UN 2004 – Brazilian resolution
Collective European statement in support of the Brazilian resolution
26/04/2004
Following the deferral of the Brazilian resolution to the 61 rst UNCHR Session, the UK delegation delivered a speech at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights on behalf of...
UN 2004 – Brazilian resolution
Canada and New Zealand statement at the UNCHR in support of the Brazilian resolution
26/04/2004
Statement delivered Friday April 16 2004 at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) by New Zealand, on behalf of Canada and New Zealand. "I have the honour...
United Nations - 2004
Summary executions: resolution mentioning sexual orientation adopted
26/04/2004
Geneva, April 19th. The resolution on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions was adopted by a solid majority at the Commission on Human Rights. This is the only resolution...
UN 2004 - Violence against Women
CHR Reaffirms the Beijing Conference Agreement
26/04/2004
Geneva, April 20th, 2004 -With an historic re-affirmation of language from paragraph 96 of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, the resolution on Violence Against...
UN 2004 - Brazilian resolution
Amnesty International: Sexual rights are human rights
26/04/2004
(Geneva)  As the UN Commission on Human Rights draws to an end, activists and like-minded governments have achieved an important victory over a concerted backlash against sexual...
UN 2004 - Brazilian resolution
An informal meeting with the Brazilian delegation in Geneva
17/04/2004
“Our aim should not only be to get the Brazilian resolution approved. We need a strong majority with few abstentions”. Beto de Jesus (Instituto Edson Neris / São Paulo) An informal...
UN 2004 - Brazilian resolution
Resolution on Sexual Orientation postponed to 2005
17/04/2004
This 15th of April, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) decided by consensus to defer the Brazilian resolution on “sexual orientation and human rights” to the next...
UN 2004 - Brazilian resolution
ILGA officially asks the Latin American and Caribbean group at the United Nations to co-sponsor brazilian resolution
17/04/2004
This morning, a small group of activists led by ILGA met with GRULAC, the Latin American and Caribbean group at the United Nations. Thanks to an invitation by Minister Sergio Cerda,...
UN 2004 - Brazilian Resolution
NGO Coalition will keep working on Brazilian resolution
16/04/2004
Sexual Orientation remains on UN Human Rights Agenda 16 April 2004 Geneva, Switzerland: Yesterday, the UN Commission on Human Rights agreed, by a cross-regional consensus,...
UN 2004 - Brazilian resolution
ILGA meets Chairman of the UN Commission on Human Rights
02/04/2004
In a press release dated 29 march 2004, Brazil announced it decided to keep its resolution “on sexual orientation and human rights” “under consultation and to request the Commission...
UN 2004 - Brazilian resolution
Brazil announced postponement of its resolution on sexual orientation and human rights
30/03/2004
In a press release dated 29 march 2004, Brazil announced it decided to keep its United Nations Commission on Human Rights resolution “on sexual orientation and human rights” under...
ILGA
Oakland 2001 Conference: Constitution
17/03/2004
Read also ILGA's Standing Rules This constitution of The International Lesbian...
Supporting the Brazilian resolution
Are LGBT rights human rights? Debate to begin at the UN
12/03/2004
At the last session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR), Brazil proposed a resolution on "human rights and sexual orientation" (E/CN.4/2003/L.92) which claims...
www.brazilianresolution.com
Supporting the Brazilian resolution
From Manila to Brazilianresolution.com
12/03/2004
ILGA had its first ever conference on the continent of Asia. Manila, Philippines was the venue for the very successful 22nd ILGA World Conference. The ILGA Asia Region is stronger...
Claudia Roth, German Foreign office
Human rights are indivisible
11/03/2004
"Recognising LGBT rights is a democratic signal – as is the fight against discrimination, exclusion and violence and for inclusion and equality. It is an issue for everybody, not...
22nd ILGA Conference - Manila Nov. 2003
Online petition
40 000 sign our petition to be presented at the UN
11/03/2004
ILGA Co-Secretary General Kursad Kahramanoglu to hand a 40 000 signatures petition in favour of a resolution on sexual orientation to Australian Ambassador Mike Smith, Chairman of...
Bulletin / PDF
Bulletin Archives
04/03/2004
Following are the links for ILGA's quaterly Bulletin's archives. Click on any of them to learn more about their content. We've attached a PDF file for you to print. 1/2003
Bulletin / PDF
1/2004
04/02/2004
Editorial 1 ILGA 2 Cry for My Sisters, Argentina 3-4 Brazilian...
Opinion
Are United Nations for us?
20/01/2004
As you may know by now, at the last session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR), Brazil proposed a resolution on “human rights and sexual orientation” (E/CN.4/2003/L.92)...
Geneva 2006 – March 27 / April 3 2006
Some info to choose your accommodation at the conference
07/12/2003
Geneva is an expensive city and we have tried to keep the prices of the conference as low as possible while offering a wide range of accommodation. Anti-Atomic Shelter:...
Brazilian resolution
The resolution on Human rights and sexual orientation
02/12/2003
UNITED NATIONS Economic and Social Council E/CN.4/2003/L.92* 17 April 2003 Original: ENGLISH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Fifty-ninth session Agenda item 17 PROMOTION...
ILGA - A year in Review
How you helped and can continue to help to make a difference
01/12/2003
Liebe Mitglieder der ILGA, Da wir zum Ende dieses Jahres entgegenkommen, eines der wohl ereignisreichsten seit den 90ern, möchten wir von der ILGA-Zentrale Euch gerne über...
Bulletin / PDF
3/2003
04/09/2003
Editorial 1 ILGA 2 New Member Applications 4 Goa Lesbians Waiting 5 25th ILGA-Europe Conference 6 Visit of the Pink Pope 7 Imams Join Plea for Tolerance 8 Marriage 9-11 HIV/AIDS 12-15 Hamd...
Bulletin / PDF
2/2003
04/06/2003
Editorial 1 Conference Tracks and Timetable 2-3 New Member Applications 4 Conference Registration Form 5-7 ILGA-LAC & MSF-Spain 8-9 Action Alert Guatemala 10-12 Family Outing 13 Homo...
Bulletin / PDF
1/2003
04/03/2003
Editorial 1 Days of Couraga, Days of Pride 2 Manila: Muliple Layers 3 Sweden Supports the Conference 4 Conference Registration Form 5-7 Conference Scholarship Info 8 Conference...
First gay speaks at United Nations
To our knowledge, I am the first homosexual to speak openly in any United Nations human rights body
06/08/1992
Presentation: Thursday, August 6th, 1992 Professor Douglas Sanders UNITED NATIONS Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, 44th Annual Session...
ВПЕРВЫЕ
К сведению, я являюсь первым гомосексуали
06/08/1992
"FIRST GAY SPEAKS AT UNITED NATIONS" - Douglas Sanders To our knowledge, I am the first homosexual to speak openly in any United Nations human rights body" 06/08/1992 Мир Презентация:...