An advocacy group says that homophobic language and hate speech against transgender people is on the rise among European politicians and has warned about a backlash against the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT people across the continent. The report highlighted Poland, where nationalist politicians from the ruling right-wing PiS party have criticized "LGBT ideology" during election campaigns. It also singled out Hungary, where transgender people last year were banned from legally changing gender. Hate speech on social media has grown in Montenegro, Russia, and Turkey, in traditional media in Ukraine, and is an ongoing issue in Georgia, North Macedonia, and Romania, the group said. We have grave concerns that it's going to get worse before it gets better," Paradis said.
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LGBT rights in the European Union
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Same-sex sexual activity is legal in all EU states and discrimination in employment has been banned since However EU states have different laws when it comes to any greater protection, same-sex civil union , same-sex marriage and adoption by same-sex couples. The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union makes in Articles 10 and 19 provisions for combating discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. These provisions were enacted by the Treaty of Amsterdam in Furthermore, Article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights asserts that "any discrimination based on any ground such as [
Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkey Most Restrictive On Gay Rights In Europe
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So, what can the Country Ranking section show me? You can use the first drop-down menu to compare the 27 current European Union member states to each other. So if you were wondering which countries are setting good standards on legal gender recognition for example, just click on that category in the drop-down list. The results might surprise you! The rankings are based on how the laws and policies of each country impact on the lives of LGBTI people.