LGBTI Equal Rights Association for Western Balkans and Turkey

22 Jul

New Criminal Code in Kosovo strengthens protections for LGBTI persons

The new Criminal Code of Kosovo, published in the Official Gazette on 14 January 2019 and entered into force on 14 April 2019 comes with stronger protections for LGBTI citizens.

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25 Jun

What does 2019 EU Enlargement Package say on LGBTI rights?

Each year the European Commission adopts its "Enlargement package" - a set of documents explaining its policy on EU enlargement.

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COUNTERING UNDERREPORTING AND SUPPORTING VICTIMS OF ANTI-LGBT HATE CRIME - GOOD PRACTICES REPORT

This report presents 41 good practices on combating underreporting and supporting victims of anti-LGBT hate crime that were selected from nine European countries participating in the project “Come Forward”.

Ravnopravnost u praksi - PRIMENA ANTIDISKRIMINACIONIH ZAKONA U SRBIJI

This study explores the efficacy of Serbia’s legal framework on equality, identifying the key factors that are preventing the framework on equality from providing effective protection in practice and proposing recommendations for increasing its effectiveness.

Equality in Practice - IMPLEMENTING SERBIA’S EQUALITY LAWS

This study explores the efficacy of Serbia’s legal framework on equality, identifying the key factors that are preventing the framework on equality from providing effective protection in practice and proposing recommendations for increasing its effectiveness.

Parlament voraus, Gesellschaft hinterher? LGBTI-Rechte in Bosnien und Herzigowina

For the first time a legaslative body issued the topic of LGBTI-rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the middle of 2015. The government adopted a plan for the next year in order to implement the Gender-Actionplan (GAP), which took measures to save and support the rights of LGBTI in december 2015. Hate crime and discrimination against sexual orientation and gender identity was prohibited in february 2016. But the missing acceptance and tolerance of the society could be a burden for progress.

30 Jan

Counseling Center for LGBT+ people opened in Belgrade, Serbia

Serbian LGBT+ CSO Da se zna!, in cooperation with Belgrade Municipality of Vračar and Institution of Culture “Božidarac“ has launched a Counseling Center for LGBT+ people, a

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