30th July 2013
Croatia: Mayor of Zagreb agrees to host and sponsor annual LGBT conference 1
12:02 PM — Following a meeting held on monday with Croatian LGBT groups, the Mayor of Zagreb Milan Bandic has said the city would host and sponsor an annual LGBT conference.
12th June 2013
Croatia to stage twelfth pride march in protest for equal marriage 6
1:18 PM — A Croatian gay pride parade will take to the streets on Saturday against a backdrop of a proposed referendum to define marriage as a heterosexual union.
17th May 2013
Foreign Office: LGBT rights is at the heart of our foreign policy 1
4:26 PM — On International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, PinkNews.co.uk spoke to the Deputy Head of the British Mission in Croatia about the importance of LGBT rights in the Foreign Office's work abroad.
26th March 2013
Survey: 53% of Albanians think gay people ‘should not be free to live life as they wish’ 32
4:29 PM — The results of the European Social Survey (ESS), due to be published today, suggest that Albania is the most homophobic society of the countries surveyed.
22nd May 2012
Croatia may introduce civil partnerships for gay couples 29
4:18 PM — Croatia may introduce legislations to allow same-sex couples to form domestic partnerships, and also to recognise marriages between members of the same-sex performed elsewhere.
13th June 2011
Video: Croatian gay pride march attacked by extremists 32
5:05 PM — A gay pride march in a coastal town in Croatia ended in violence on Saturday when a stone-throwing mob attacked marchers. The march, in the town of Split, attracted 200 LGBT people and their allies, but police said thousands of people lined the streets in protest.
7th June 2011
Pope preaches against ‘secularisation’ and gay marriage to Croatian Roman Catholics 158
3:20 PM — Pope Benedict warned Roman Catholics in Croatia on Sunday of the "disintegrating" traditional family in Europe and blaming "secularisation", among other issues.
10th November 2010
Croatian football president bans gays from national team 8
11:23 AM — The president of the Croatian Football Federation, Vlatko Markovic, has said that there is no place for gay players on the country's national team. Croatian gay and lesbian groups have said they will sue him and report him to UEFA for the outburst.
12th February 2010
European Parliament says candidate countries must offer gays protection 17
6:33 PM — The European Parliament has said that Croatia, Macedonia and Turkey must prove they can offer "genuine protection" to gay people in order to join the European Union.