International lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex association (ILGA)
ILGA is a worldwide federation of more than 1,200 member organisations from 132 countries campaigning for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights. Established in 1978, ILGA enjoys consultative status at the UN ECOSOC Council. It publishes an annual world report and a map on legislation criminalising or protecting people on the basis of their sexual orientation or recognising their relationships.
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ILGA Europe’s Annual Review 2020
ILGA-Europe’s Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex People in Europe and Central Asia. Ninth edition covering Europe, and our first covering the entire region of Central Asia.
Includes events that occurred between January and December 2019. Provides a snapshot of what happened during the year, at national, regional and international levels, and it documents progress and trends regarding the human rights situation of LGBTI people.
ILGA stresses that the document is not an exercise in apportioning blame. ILGA-Europe’s goal is not to point fingers at specific countries. Instead, the publication intends to serve as a tool for the exchange of best practices and policies, and as an open invitation for enhanced cooperation between governments and LGBTI civil society.↑ Back to top