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Amnesty International responds to ‘conversion therapy’ ban update

Graham Robson May 16, 2021

Praying the gay away’ is just as unacceptable as any other pseudoscientific approach which tells LGBTI+ people they are ‘sick’ and ‘broken’

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General News

Lesbian refugee denied asylum in Ireland

Rachel Badham January 25, 2021

A lesbian refugee from Zimbabwe, who was facing death threats from her own family, has been denied asylum by Irish authorities which argued her claim ‘lacked credibility’.

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General News

Polish LGBTQ+ activists go on trial

Rachel Badham January 16, 2021

On January 12, three LGBTQ+ activists went on trial in Poland after being arrested for showing an image of the Virgin Mary with a rainbow background during a protest against the country’s anti-LGBTQ+ regime.

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General News

Turkish students facing three years imprisonment for celebrating Pride

Rachel Badham December 10, 2020

18 Turkish students and one member of staff from Ankara’s Middle East Technical University are due to go on trial for organising an LGBTQ+ Pride sit-in.

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Community News

Poland: Three women on trial for posters of ‘Virgin Mary’ with LGBTQ+ rainbow halo

Graham Robson November 4, 2020

Human rights organisations release statement urging Polish authorities to drop charges against three women on trial for posters of ‘Virgin Mary’ with LGBTQ+ rainbow halo.

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General News

Northern Ireland now has full marriage equality

Rachel Badham October 24, 2020

The Northern Ireland government have amended a law which was preventing same-sex couples from converting civil partnerships into marriages, meaning the country now has complete marriage equality.

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