23rd February 2014
US: Hundreds of activists rally against Arizona bill to make homophobic discrimination LEGAL 7
12:35 PM — Hundreds of activists rallied in Arizona recently to demonstrate the passage of bill which would allow religious business owners the right to discriminate against gay couples.
21st February 2014
US: Final approval given to Arizona bill to make homophobic discrimination LEGAL 8
5:37 PM — A heavily criticised bill which would allow religious business owners in the US state of Arizona to discriminate against gay couples, has passed the final stage of the state's legislature.
12th February 2014
US: Idaho politician suggests protections for religious doctors who refuse to help gays 21
7:54 PM — A Republican in the US state of Idaho has proposed a bill which would protect professionals from being forced to render aid to a gay or lesbian person.
US: Idaho Supreme Court rules that same-sex couples may adopt children 1
3:22 PM — The Supreme Court in the US state of Idaho has made a broad ruling which should allow same-sex couples to adopt children.
3rd October 2013
US: Idaho state requires same-sex married couples to recalculate tax as ‘single’ 10
8:28 PM — The US state of Idaho Tax Commission has announced that same-sex couples in the state who were legally married out of state must recalculate their federal tax returns as if they were "single", or "head of household", before being able to file in the state.
6th September 2013
France: Official investigation launched into ‘#gaysmustdie’ tweets 2
12:54 PM — Prosecutors in France have launched an official investigation into a flurry of homophobic tweets sent using the hashtags #gaysmustdie, and #letsburngays.
22nd July 2013
Burma: Group of gay men to sue police following arrest 3
6:37 PM — Lawyers for 12 gay men in Burma say they will being legal proceedings against the police after the men were arrested earlier this month at a gay hotspot.
20th May 2013
China: 18-year-old IDAHOT activist detained for 12 days
2:32 PM — It has emerged that one of four LGBT marchers detained in the Chinese city of Changsha following Friday's IDAHOT events remains in prison, and has been sentenced to 12 days in jail.
19th May 2013
China: IDAHOT activists detained in two cities 4
6:44 PM — LGBT activists marking the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in two Chinese cities were detained by police.
Georgia: LGBT and anti-’gay propaganda’ activists face off in mob aftermath
10:52 AM — One day after violence at an International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) rally in Georgia, supporters and opponents of LGBT rights gathered at the scene.
17th May 2013
Italian Chamber of Deputies President: ‘Macho culture reduces gay people to caricatures’ 8
6:43 PM — In a speech on the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), the President of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy affirmed that promoting LGBT rights "does not mean stripping them from others".
Sunderland Football Club flies rainbow flag in support of IDAHOT 4
5:50 PM — Sunderland Association Football Club has flown a rainbow flag in favour of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), and the city's mayor has celebrated the decision.
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.
Georgia: IDAHOT rally attacked by thousands of violent protesters 20
4:09 PM — A rally in the Georgian city of Tbilisi to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), has been taken over by a violent mob of thousands who chased down demonstraters, forcing police to evacuate gay rights supporters.
EU study finds one in two LGBT people face discrimination 3
3:56 PM — Today the EU Fundamental Rights Agency will publish the first-ever comparative study on the experience of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the 27 Member States and Croatia. It finds that almost one in two (47%) LGBT people felt discriminated against or harassed in the last year.
Ban Ki-Moon: LGBT equality is critical to the UN’s mission
2:00 PM — An International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia address by the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, sets out LGBT rights as critical for building "a world of true freedom and equality for all".
Comment: The legacy of Lord Wolfenden who helped decriminalise homosexuality 10
10:30 AM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk on International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, Sir David Bell reminds us about the legacy of Lord Wolfenden who helped decriminalise homosexuality in Britain.
16th May 2013
Welsh Assembly to mark IDAHOT Day by flying rainbow flags 1
5:25 PM — The National Assembly for Wales is to mark the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), by flying rainbow flags and holding LGBT-specific events.
Nottingham hospital to fly rainbow flags in support of IDAHOT Day 1
4:31 PM — A major hospital in Nottingham is to show its support for the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia for a third year in a row, by flying rainbow flags in support.
Fiji: LGBT rights campaigners say discrimination remains a major issue 1
12:52 AM — Whilst holding week-long events to raise awareness, Fiji campaigners for LGBT rights have said that, despite some slow progress, there is still a long way to go, and that discrimination against LGBT people remains a problem.