26th September 2014
UN: Human Rights Council to vote on LGBT resolution 1
6:16 PM — The United Nations' Human Rights Council is expected to vote Friday on a resolution that addresses violence and discrimination directed at LGBT people around the globe.
30th April 2014
US: South Carolina campaign aims to educate about anti-gay bullying in schools 2
8:32 PM — A new campaign has launched in the US state of South Carolina, aiming to provide resources on anti-LGBT bullying in schools.
12th March 2014
US: Kansas bill would ban anti-LGBT discrimination
1:54 PM — Less than one month after a bill to legalise anti-gay discrimination was passed in the Kansas House, a politician has drafted a bill to ban such discrimination.
8th January 2014
Hong Kong: Court of Appeal upholds gay activist’s right to dance at pride event 1
4:13 PM — A gay activist's right to dance at a pride event, which took place in 2011, was upheld by a Hong Kong court through the rejection of a police appeal.
7th January 2014
Australia: Gay man receives temporary halt on deportation to Pakistan 2
3:47 PM — A gay man residing in Brisbane has obtained a temporary visa preventing deportation to Pakistan as the Migration Review Panel (MRT) processes his case.
6th January 2014
US: Ex-vice principal promised job back if he ended his same-sex marriage 9
4:09 PM — A gay former vice principal at a Catholic school in the US state of Washington has released a video stating that he was told that he could keep his job if he got a divorce.
18th December 2013
Brazil: Senator will defy government by calling for vote on LGBT discrimination bill
11:06 AM — A Brazilian Labor Party legislator will call for a vote on an LGBT discrimination bill on Wednesday, ignoring written warnings against it by the Minister for Institutional Relations.
16th December 2013
Owner of gay club demands action from Putin following homophobic attack on premises 7
7:28 PM — Moscow's largest gay club owner has written to President Putin to demand a full investigation into the homophobic attack on his club.
9th December 2013
Trans woman footballer banned from local team until two years after gender confirmation operation 8
1:56 PM — A transgender footballer is prohibited by the Football Association from playing competitively for her local team in Leeds until two years after her gender confirmation surgery.
31st July 2013
US Human Rights Commission condemns spike in anti-LGBT violence in Haiti following protest 2
5:07 PM — A US-based human rights commission has condemned a recent rise in violence against LGBT people in Haiti, following a march against gay rights earlier this month.
28th May 2013
New York: Teen charged following attack on gay rights activist 1
11:56 AM — A teenager has been charged in connection with an attack on gay rights activist Eugene Lovendusky in New York City.
27th April 2013
US: Bill introduced in Washington would allow businesses to discriminate against gay people 55
4:12 PM — A bill introduced by Washington state legislators on Thursday is seeking to allow businesses to be exempt from anti-discrimination laws in cases that contradict with the owner's "sincerely held religious beliefs, philosophical beliefs, or matters of conscience."
14th April 2013
South Africa: Government condemns anti-LGBT violence following attack
6:20 PM — The South African Government has stated its opposition to anti-LGBT violence, following an attack on a gay man in Cape Town which left him missing part of one ear.
14th March 2013
US: Chick-fil-A foundation’s tax filings show anti-LGBT donations almost doubled in 2011 5
11:45 PM — Despite reports that chicken restaurant chain Chick-fil-A, had ceased giving money to organisations opposed to equal marriage and LGBT rights, the company's most recent tax filings suggest it has actually increased the amount it gives.
14th November 2012
Vatican steps up anti-gay media efforts, compares being gay to polygamy 85
10:23 PM — The Vatican appears to be continuing to launch a new wave of efforts to strenghthen its opposition to LGBT rights, particularly equal marriage, using newspapers and radio broadcasts to describe it as "intrinsically disordered", and to compare it to polygamy and polyandry.
6th October 2012
UN human rights office puts pressure on Ukraine regarding LGBT censorship law 4
1:05 AM — The human rights office of the United Nations has urged Ukraine to rethink a draft LGBT censorship law which was announced earlier this week.