(WM) Polish leaders rejected suggestions Sept. 28 that LGBT people are deprived of any of their rights in the country, after an open letter from 50 ambassadors and international representatives cited a need to work for “non-discrimination, tolerance and mutual acceptance.”
This week read about Boy George releasing a song to honor Ghana's LGBT community, and a Polish town that claims to be "free of LGBT" paying a price.
This week read about the arrests of the LGBT community in Senegal, and the first LGBT shelter to receive funding in Poland.
This week read about Poland and Hungary removing "gender equality" from a resolution about social solidarity, and civil rights groups opposing a bill that criminalizes gay relationships in Uganda.
This week read about the trans community winning rights in Quebec, and three countries leaving a project with Poland after it passed an anti-LGBT resolution.
This week read about the reason why the LGBT community is afraid to vote in Uganda, and a Polish magazine being forced to move after criticizing anti-LGBT comments from an archbishop.
(WB) U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Monday highlighted LGBT rights abuses in Poland and Honduras during her speech at the opening of the U.N. Human Rights Council’s latest session in Geneva.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Robert Biedron already made history once in Poland by becoming the first openly gay lawmaker in parliament in 2011. On Monday, he celebrated another first, becoming the country's first openly gay mayor.
While President Andrzej Duda of Poland was being sworn into office for a second term, members of the Parliament of Poland staged a protest with their rainbow attire to show solidarity with the LGBT community.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Polish priest who lost his job at the Vatican earlier this month after revealing that he is gay and has a boyfriend was indefinitely suspended Wednesday by the church in Poland from performing the functions of a priest.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — President Barack Obama has taken the U.S. gay rights revolution global, using American embassies across the world to promote a cause that still divides his own country.
WARSAW, Poland - Warsaw's iconic and controversial rainbow art, once installed by an old cloister and then a symbol of Poland's leadership in the European Union and of tolerance for sexual minorities, has been taken down.