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25.06.2018

The report on LGBT discrimination in education was presented On May 21 at the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights by the Coordinator of Monitoring Programs and International Advocacy. The report was prepared based on the policy brief submitted to the Human Rights Council in March 2017.

 

25.06.2018

Samarian activist Yevdokia Romanova filed a complaint with the ECHR after being fined for "propaganda" posts made on social media. The lawyers stated that by imposing an administrative fine the state had infringed on the activist’s freedom of expression and violated articles 10 and 14 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.

16.05.2018

As Interfax reported, on May 14, the Russian Justices Minister commented on the persecution of LGBT people in Chechnya organized by local authorities. During his presentation of the Russian official report at the UPR session in Geneva, Alexander Konovalov said that “Conducted checks, including using information provided by media, which had initially sent a signal on such violations, failed to confirm not only the existence of facts of violations of these rights, we were unable to find even members of the LGBT community in Chechnya". "Please help us do that, - find them," he added.

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28.06.2018

52 Russian and International human rights organizations (including the Russian LGBT Network) signed the statement about the fact that Russia jeopardize online freedoms all over the world. The representative of Article 19 delivered the Statement at the session of the UN Human Rights Council in Genève. 

04.06.2018

On May 19th, GENDERDOC-M organized the annual march of equality in Chișinău, under the campaign Fără Frică de Iubire(Without the fear to love). However, unlike the last years’ experience, the march that included approximately 350 participants was able to reach its destination without being attacked and evacuated halfway through the route. The Ministry of Interior provided all necessary protections for the participants and despite the aggressive outbursts of the counter-protestors, the Pride march was not exposed to any  violence.

02.04.2018

A year has passed since the publication of first testimonies of LGBT people that faced persecution in Chechnya based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. However the unlawful detentions, humiliation and torture of LGBT people in Northern Caucasus persist. There are some things one can do to support the victims of the state-organized persecutions of LGBT in Chechnya.

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