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Annual Review 2019
So, what can the Country Ranking section show me? You can use the first drop-down menu to compare the 28 current European Union member states to each other. So if you were wondering which countries are setting good standards on legal gender recognition for example, just click on that category in the drop-down list. The results might surprise you! The rankings are based on how the laws and policies of each country impact on the lives of LGBTI people. Rainbow Europe is being updated. Country Ranking.
In an unprecedented effort, 16 defenders from 15 countries participated over the three weeks of the 41st Session of t Apply before 11 August at Since Since , we have been committed to equal human rights for rainbow communities and their liberation from all forms of discrimination. We support LGBTI civil society worldwide through advocacy and research projects, and give grassroots movements a voice within international organisations. Skip to main content. International lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex association.
Austria is the 17th European jurisdiction to legalize gay marriage. This number counts England and Wales together and Scotland as a separate entity, since those parts of the United Kingdom passed two separate pieces of legislation on same-sex marriage. Northern Ireland, the other UK constituent state, has not legalized such marriages. Switzerland also offers same-sex couples the option of civil unions. Majorities of adults in all 15 countries in Western Europe surveyed by Pew Research Center in support same-sex marriage, including roughly six-in-ten Italians and three-quarters of Swiss adults. By contrast, people in Central and Eastern Europe are broadly opposed to the practice.
Tweet AnnualReview The lived reality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people in Europe and Central Asia is complex, diverse, multi-faceted. In a world where attention-grabbing headlines and short social media feeds too often gloss over this complexity, the work of documenting the political, legal and social developments — both positive and negative — which affect the lives of LGBTI people becomes essential. We invite you — whether you are a government official, an activist, a journalist or anyone concerned with equality — to make time to delve into the richness of this report, from which emerges a full picture of what has been accomplished and what remains to be done.