7 LGBT related important moments in 2018

2018 was the year of LGBT people, but not in a positive sense. During the whole year, especially after the Velvet Revolution, the acronym LGBT did not leave the lips of the Armenian population, and the passion calmed down after […]

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Urgent appeal of the Armenian civil society to the international community

Date: 21 April 2018, 7pm, Yerevan To: United Nations, Council of Europe, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, European Commission, Diplomatic missions in Armenia URGENT APPEAL TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND DEMOCRATIC STATES We, the undersigned civil society organizations in Armenia, would […]

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PACE: Armenian authorities fail to condemn incitement to hatred against LGBT people

Petra DeSutter, Belgian delegate at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has initiated an announcement, which has been signed by 22 delegates. Here is the text of the announcement: On 17 May 2014 the Armenian newspaper ‘Iravunk’ […]

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Human Rights Situation of LGBT People in Armenia 2013

Armenia is proclaimed as a democratic country, the basic guideline of which is the institutionalization and implementation of liberal values; therefore, the state and all interested organizations and associations acting within the framework of the Constitution and existing laws need […]

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Human rights situation of LGBT people in Armenia 2012

Human rights violations of LGBT people can be witnessed in any sphere of social life. Degrading treatment, psychological and physical violence, denial of service provision and communication is the attitude they receive in their everyday life. LGBT people’s visibility in […]

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