13th August 2014
Prague Pride kicks off with performance by the Pet Shop Boys 1
1:04 PM — Prague Pride has kicked off and this year features over a hundred events including a performance this evening by the Pet Shop Boys.
14th July 2014
Czech Republic: Support for equal marriage falls sharply 5
12:12 PM — Support for same-sex marriage in the Czech Republic has fallen sharply, bucking the trend from other Western countries.
18th September 2013
Amnesty report shows Germany, Czech Republic and Italy poor against hate crime 5
10:43 AM — Amnesty International has launched a new report in Brussels on the state of homophobia and transphobia across the European Union.
22nd May 2013
Czech president makes U-turn and grudgingly honours gay academic with title 11
5:32 PM — Czech President Milos Zeman has now agreed to honour a gay academic with a title after facing claims he snubbed the candidate because of his sexuality.
20th May 2013
Czech President Milos Zeman criticised for homophobic snub of gay academic 8
5:24 PM — The president of the Czech Republic has been criticised over claims he refused to honour an academic with a title because the man in question is also a gay rights activist.
8th May 2013
‘Roma Boys’ docudrama premieres in UK
2:31 PM — Today marks the UK premiere of an award-winning Czech film on the dual prejudices faced by LGBT Roma, even within their own community and families.
15th August 2012
Pro-traditional family group blast US ambassador for supporting Prague Pride celebrations 28
1:26 PM — An international anti-LGBT, pro-traditional family group is apparently furious that the US ambassador to the Czech Republic has given his blessing to the Prague Pride Festival taking place this week.
19th April 2012
Prague’s second pride event announced 7
3:34 PM — Prague's second pride event will be held from 13 to 19 August 2012 on various attractive in the Czech Republic's capital.
30th May 2011
First Prague gay pride to take place in August 17
2:11 PM — Prague's first Pride festival will take place this summer. The organisers are confident they will put Prague on the map as Central and Eastern Europe’s capital of diversity, even though Prague is the last capital in the European Union to host such a festival.
Increasing number of countries becoming more tolerant of homosexuality, survey shows 69
10:43 AM — Results of a new cross-national study have shown that a vast majority of countries have become more accepting of homosexuality over the past 20 years - though the trend is markedly slower in Russia and other former Communist countries.
23rd June 2010
Potential violence expected at Czech Pride 2
3:33 PM — The Czech city of Brno will host the country's third gay pride festival this coming Saturday. However, organisers say that threats of organised violence have already appeared on some nationalist websites.