The Coalition for Justice and Non-Discrimination in Kirgizstan made the legal analysis of the draft of legislation "On the formation of a positive attitude toward nontraditional forms of sexual relations" that is in contradiction with Constitution and human rights international standards
On 15 April 2014, in a judgment which has been widely praised by equal rights activists around the world, the Supreme Court of India held that recognising only two gender identities (male and female) violated constitutional rights.
During the period of democracy development and civil society formation in the world the situation of LGBT movement and fight for equal rights have always been one of the most important issues almost in all countries of the world. The idea of equal rights for everyone and promotion of diversity face difficulties and intolerance in most of the societies of the world.
On 5-7 December 2013 in Tbilisi, Georgia, the founders’ meeting of the newly set up Eurasian Women’s Network on AIDS was held. The founders are women leaders from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Estonia.
World AIDS Day, December 1 - is not just an occasion to emphasize the living conditions and the prevalence of the AIDS epidemic in Ukraine. The necessarily is arising to ask more critical question – how do HIV-positive people feel and whether are their rights protected?
Станислав Ежи Лец