20th July 2012
Employer liable for joke ‘outing’ on Facebook 20
3:53 PM — An employment tribunal in south London has found an employer liable for its employees' joke 'outing' of their manager on Facebook.
Salesman unfairly dismissed after complaint over anti-gay bullying 10
1:55 PM — A married father has won £44,000 at an employment tribunal after suffering homophobic bullying at his workplace in Leeds.
25th June 2012
Married banker sues office with ‘culture of homophobic banter’ 28
1:10 PM — A married City of London banker has told an employment tribunal he was forced to leave his job after being subjected to homophobic abuse from colleagues.
22nd June 2012
France: Cohabiting gay men ‘twice as likely to be unemployed as straight counterparts’ 32
2:57 PM — French researches say they have determined that men in co-habiting gay relationships are twice as likely to be unemployed as straight men living with a female partner.
Study: One in seven UK employees harassed over perceived sexuality in the last year 16
1:06 PM — An international study into the experiences of LGBT people living in 21 countries around the world has revealed what it described as "endemic" homophobia in workplaces internationally.
20th June 2012
Exclusive: LGBT delegates leave Fire Brigades Union conference after voting rights removed 53
5:35 PM — LGBT representatives have left the Fire Brigades Union national conference in Blackpool today after guaranteed voting rights for minority representatives across the union were removed by ballot.
19th June 2012
Israeli politician: Army must not enlist gays 27
10:55 AM — In an interview broadcasted yesterday in the parliamentary Knesset Channel, Member of Knesset Uri Ariel from the right-wing National Union party said that he is against the Israeli army's policy of enlisting LGBT people.
8th June 2012
New guide for gay employees overseas published 5
4:34 PM — Stonewall has released a new guide for global employers with gay staff working on overseas assignments.
30th May 2012
Ex-BP chief executive: Business is still intolerant of gays 9
10:09 AM — Lord Browne, the gay former chief executive of oil giant BP, has said the business world is more intolerant of gays than legal, media or arts professions and that Britain must work 'overtime' to reverse the criminalisation of homosexuality globally.
23rd April 2012
Barclays unveils app for gay, bi and trans staff 15
11:46 AM — Barclays has launched a new smartphone app to support its gay, bi and trans staff to keep them aware of news and events.
11th April 2012
Irish minister to bring forward protections for gay teachers 5
4:23 PM — Statements made by Ireland's Education Minister Ruairi Quinn at yesterdays ASTI Conference in Cork of his intention to bar discrimination against gay people that may prevent them taking up employment as teachers have been welcomed.
13th March 2012
Former gay porn actor cleared to return to teaching 81
3:44 PM — A former gay porn actor who was fired from his post as a substitute teacher in Florida when the school found out about his past has been cleared for reinstatement.
9th February 2012
Barclays and other banks top employers for gay Scots 13
9:48 AM — The top four Scottish employers in Stonewall’s rankings this year are banks. Barclays took first place, followed by Lloyds Banking Group, Royal Bank of Scotland and Clydesdale Bank.
3rd February 2012
22,500 thank JC Penney for hiring Ellen after anti-gay complaint 24
10:51 AM — US retailer JC Penney is being thanked for hiring Ellen Degeneres after a group said she should be sacked because a lesbian spokesperson would lose them business.
14th December 2011
Study finds 50 per cent of gay people in Malta overestimate discrimination laws 10
3:49 PM — A study in Malta has shown that while 60 per cent of respondents experience discrimination in the workplace, half are unaware this is the only area where they are protected.
4th April 2011
Defense of Marriage Act still applies to US immigration 6
4:48 PM — US immigration officials have confirmed that the Defense of Marriage Act still applies to gay spouses seeking a green card. The US Citizens and Immigration Service briefly put gay spouses' applications on hold while it took legal advice but has now returned to processing them.
Lesbian PC wins discrimination case 16
2:11 PM — A lesbian policewoman has won her case for sexual orientation discrimination against her sergeant. PC Tracey West, 42, was bullied by Sgt Michael Service for six months, a tribunal in Glasgow heard.
Marc Jacobs president ‘made staff look at gay porn’ 11
10:41 AM — The president of fashion label Marc Jacobs is being sued by its former chief operating officer. Patrice Lataillade claims that company president Robert Duffy made staff watch gay porn, ordered an employee to pole-dance for him and treated the firm as his own private bank account.
28th February 2011
Gay priest fired from Philadelphia Catholic university 19
4:14 PM — An openly gay priest has been fired from teaching at a Catholic university in Philadelphia because he has been in a relationship with a man for the past 15 years.
19th January 2011
Report finds huge levels of discrimination against gay and trans people in Utah 19
9:20 PM — A report by the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) has found significant homophobia and discrimination in the state of Utah, home to the Mormon Church. The study of 939 LGBT Utahans found that sixty seven per cent of transgendered and forty four percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual Utahans say they have either been sacked or have been denied a job or promotion as a result of their LGBT status.