LGBTI Equal Rights Association for Western Balkans and Turkey

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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Intersex - Towards building an intersectional platform

This is a research produced by Geten: "Intersex - towards building an intersectional platform", which was completed with the support of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Serbia during 2018 and 2019.

03 Apr

Sarajevo to join Pride events in the region!

Bosnia and Herzegovina is set to finally have its first Pride in the capital of Sarajevo, on 8 September 2019.

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28 Mar

UN Adopts Resolution to End Discrimination on Women Born with Variations of Sex Characteristics in Sports

The United Nations Human Rights Council adopted its first resolution on intersex rights concerning discriminatory practices in sports.

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The Effect of EU Integration Process on Human Rights of LGBT People in Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro

In December of 2014 at the Conference The Effect of EU Integration Process on Human Rights of LGBT People, which was organised in Banja Luka, LGBT activists from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro have discussed the advancement of human rights of LGBT people in the context of EU integration process. This process has a great influence on all the countries of the region.

Social Acceptance of LGBT People and and Legal Inclusion of Sexual Minorities

Based on data from 133 countries from 1990 to 2014 this report from the Williams Institute examines whether there is a connection between the level of acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and the level of inclusiveness of a country's law.

Preporuke medijima za izveštavanje o trans osobama

Newspaper articles about trans people are often sensational and contribute to a construction of a negative stereotype about trans people and the trans community. With a proper use of language and a different approach, which shows respect and protects the privicy and dignity of trans people, journalists can help to change the situation.


Since the Yogyakarta Principles were adopted in 2006, they have developed into an authoritative statement of the human rights of persons of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. The period since then has seen significant developments in the field of international human rights law and in the understanding of violations affecting persons of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities as well as a recognition of the often distinct violations affecting persons on grounds of gender expression and sex characteristics.



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