EaP Civil Society Forum Condemns the Heinous Crime Committed in Orlando City

With the initiative of PINK Armenia NGO Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum made a statement condemning the slaughter at “Pulse” gay club in USA, Orlando. Statement says: The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Condemns the Heinous Crime Committed in the City of […]

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Kissing in public is unacceptable: a study of attitudes towards LGBT people in Armenia

In collaboration with the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s South Caucasus office, Pink Armenia conducted a study of attitudes towards LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex) people in Armenia. “From prejudice to equality”, a survey conducted in November-December 2015 in Yerevan and […]

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Human rights situation of LGBT people in Armenia 2015

2015 was a regressive year for LGBT people’s rights in Armenia, since the newly accepted Constitution restricted marriage as a union only between a man and a woman. The issue of same-sex marriage was brought up in a broad manner […]

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Has Armenchik joined the campaigning for LGBT human rights?

Armen Gondarchyan (Armenchik) used the hashtag of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) human rights’ online campaign while referring about him being granted the title of Armenia’s Honored Artist at his official Facebook page. He thanked the president of […]

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The human rights situation of LGBT people in Armenia 2014

Discrimination towards the LGBT community in Armenia continues to be widespread, as the state fails to undertake any actions to reduce the negative attitude towards the LGBT community and to protect their human rights. Rather than promote equality, the leading […]

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Armenia is number 3 among unfavorable countries for LGBTI people in Europe

Hostility and discrimination against LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex) people remained widespread in Armenia. Hate speech and violence were still pervasive, while the police and the judiciary systematically added to the predicament of victims and prisoners. Homophobic and transphobic […]

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