10th November 2013
Hong Kong: Fifth Pride march more visible than ever
12:47 PM — Saturday's Hong Kong Pride march was its most visible event yet, with more sponsorship and attendees joining the celebrations than ever before.
28th October 2013
Debt forces closure of Nottinghamshire Pride 5
1:13 PM — The charity that runs Nottingham's annual Pride festival has been forced to close amid debts of almost £17,000.
23rd October 2013
Herefordshire Pride to close at end of month 3
2:11 PM — Herefordshire Pride, who are responsible for organising LGBT events throughout the county, faces closure at the end of October.
Ireland: Former Dublin Pride finance director to be sentenced for over €10,000 theft
11:42 AM — A former financial director for Dublin Pride has pleaded guilty to stealing more than €10,000 (£8,500) from the organisation, and is due to be sentenced next January.
21st October 2013
60 injured as LGBT Pride event turns violent in Montenegro 7
12:32 PM — There were violent scenes in Montenegro at the weekend with far-right protesters clashing with LGBT campaigners at a Pride march.
17th October 2013
Brighton Pride ‘disappointed’ at removal of £25k council grant 2
2:11 PM — The organisers of Brighton Pride say they have been left “disappointed” at the withdrawal of a £25,000 funding grant from Brighton and Hove City Council.
4th October 2013
Poland: Group blocked by authorities for trying to pass off anti-gay protest as ‘pro-egg’ rally 9
4:53 PM — Authorities in Poland have blocked plans for an anti-gay protest after realising that an application to hold a rally promoting the benefits of eggs was submitted by a prominent nationalist group. The protest had been scheduled to to coincide with a gay pride march in the city of Wroclaw on Saturday.
30th September 2013
Mayor of London supports gay arts festival 7
11:05 AM — Boris Johnson is supporting this year’s GFEST, the capital's LGBT arts festival for all.
29th September 2013
Serbia: Hundreds of LGBT activists gather to defy gay pride ban in Belgrade 4
12:35 PM — Gay rights activists in Serbia held their first Pride march in three years on Saturday, despite officials banning the ceremony over threats of violence from right-wing extremists.
28th September 2013
Serbian Government condemned by EU officials for cancelling pride march for third year running 5
2:36 PM — Officials from the European Union have criticised the Serbian Government's decision to ban a gay pride event for a third year because of threats of violence from right-wing extremists.
26th September 2013
Serbian Pride set to go ahead on Saturday despite threats of violence 5
6:12 PM — Gay rights activists in Serbia have said that they expect to hold their first Pride march in three years on Saturday, despite the threat of violence from right-wing extremists.
25th September 2013
London Evening Standard says ‘Give us the Gay Games’ 7
2:49 PM — The London Evening Standard has used an editorial to argue the case for the capital to host the 2018 Gay Games - ahead of next month's decision.
21st September 2013
Bulgaria: Hundreds march for gay rights and against Russian anti-gay laws 3
5:43 PM — Several hundred protesters took to the streets of Sofia, Bulgaria, on Saturday, to rally for LGBT rights, and in protest against Russian anti-gay laws.
20th September 2013
Jennifer Lopez to be honoured with Human Rights Campaign Ally for Equality award 3
4:24 PM — The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has announced that Jenifer Lopez will be honoured with the 2013 Ally for Equality Award.
18th September 2013
Bradford City FC will fly rainbow pride flag on match days 4
6:19 PM — Bradford City Football Club will fly the rainbow flag at its stadium on match days, the club has announced.
17th September 2013
National Student Pride moves to London for 2014 2
4:38 PM — After five years in Brighton, it's been announced Student Pride 2014 will take place in London on 21-23 February.
13th September 2013
No nudity, erections or underwear at Dallas Pride, say organisers 69
6:55 PM — Officers in Dallas, Texas, will enforce a 'no indecent exposure' policy at the city's Pride event this weekend, organisers and local police chiefs have said.
Azerbaijan: First ever gay pride ‘mini rally’ held in country capital with no arrests or harassment 4
11:35 AM — In what is believed to be the first ever pride celebration in Azerbaijan, a group of gay marchers recently paraded a "mini rally" through the capital city Baku, with no arrests, reports of harassment, or violence at the demonstration.
11th September 2013
Comment: Is the Western coverage of Russian LGBT issues missing the positive angle? 37
7:28 PM — Paul Canning writes on the LGBT situation in Russia, questioning Western coverage of issues in the country such as a new anti-gay law.
10th September 2013
Photos: Kiss-in rallies across the globe to protest Russian anti-gay law 4
1:11 PM — Over the weekend, kiss-in protests took place around the globe in dozens of cities to rally against a Russian anti-gay law introduced in June.