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Decline is indeed clearly noticeable on this year's Rainbow Map. For the first time in the Index's ten-year history, countries are moving backwards as existing laws 

11 May 2015 ILGA-Europe, which campaigns on behalf of sexual minorities, uses the Rainbow Index to review the performance of countries based on legal  11 May 2015 Iceland drops to 11th place on ILGA-Europe Rainbow Map | Gayice.is. Iceland came in 8th place in their 2014 Index but drops down to  3 Aug 2017 ILGA-Europe (2012) ILGA-Europe Rainbow Map [Index] May 2012. Available at: http://www.ilga.europe.org/home/publications/  16 May 2013 Rainbow Europe Map Index 2013, 5.73 MB ILGA-Europe launches its Rainbow Europe package reviewing the human rights situation and  17 May 2017 Today (17 May), ILGA-Europe launch the 2017 Rainbow Europe package, The new Rainbow Map, Index and Annual Review chart the 

human rights on ILGA-Europe's 'Rainbow Index' – topping the list on two of these years. ILGA-Europe are one of the driving forces for political, legal and social 

21 May 2018 ILGA-Europe (2018) defined the LGBTI rights index exercise thus: “Rainbow Europe brings together both the legal index of LGBTI equality  16 Oct 2018 Malta has been ranked in 2018 as the number one most gay- and transgender- friendly country in Europe by ILGA-Europe's Rainbow Index  10 May 2015 Further information about the ILGA-Europe Rainbow Europe Index 2015 can be found through the following links: A PDF copy of the ILGA-Europe  17 May 2018 The last annual review of ILGA-Europe praises most Balkan countries for the To build its index, ILGA takes into account a number of legislative 80 100 Source: ILGA - Rainbow Europe Edit and publish this visual By EDJN. 16 May 2018 annual Rainbow Index by the international organization ILGA-Europe; the results of the study on homophobic bullying at Lithuanian schools, 

Rainbow Europe is made by ILGA-Europe, the European Region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans & Intersex Association.

3 Nov 2019 Index Authors Index Introduction LGBTQI+ Basics Organisations Overview of They are part of the wider international ILGA organisation. 13 May 2019 restrictive LGBT+ policies in Europe, campaign group ILGA-Europe and France at fourth, but according to the Rainbow Europe 2019 index,  5 Jun 2019 site.title - While “Baltic Pride” festival is taking place in Lithuania this week, ILGA- Europe, an NGO monitoring the rights of LGBTI, announced 

The ILGA-Europe Rainbow Index, released today, ranks 49 European countries according to the laws, policies and practices that affect LGBTI communities.

Recommendations are intended to encourage policymakers to address the most pressing legal and policy priorities within the framework of our Rainbow Map&Index. While ILGA-Europe are urging national authorities to follow these recommendations, we did not come up with the suggestions unilaterally. ILGA-Europe has announced that Malta has been ranked the number one travel destination on the Europe Rainbow Index 2018 for the third year running. Out of a total of 49 European countries, Malta has been awarded an impressive 91% in regards to laws and policies impacting the lives of LGBTQ people. The 2018 Rainbow Europe Map and Index reveal that fewer countries are moving up the country ranking; many are stagnating, including countries that are traditionally perceived as equality frontrunners. Malta takes the top ranking for the third year in a row with a 91% rating, while Belgium inched up to a second-place ranking (with a 79% rating) thanks to updated legal and gender recognition procedures. The ‘Rainbow Europe Index’ measures progress in European countries on LGBTI equality against a 48-point criteria that includes legal protections from discrimination in employment and services, measures to tackle hate crime, rights and recognition for transgender and intersex people, and equality in family law including same-sex marriage and parenting rights. Beginning in 2009, the European Rainbow Index tracks LGBTQ equality across Europe and covers a range of factors including family issues, legal gender recognition and asylum rights. Each country is positioned on the scale, with 100% being the most accurate of respect for human rights and full equality in society, and 0% showing gross violation of human rights and discrimination. The ILGA-Europe Rainbow Index, released today, ranks 49 European countries according to the laws, policies and practices that affect LGBTI communities.

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ILGA-Europe has announced that Malta has been ranked the number one travel destination on the Europe Rainbow Index 2018 for the third year running. Out of a total of 49 European countries, Malta has been awarded an impressive 91% in regards to laws and policies impacting the lives of LGBTQ people. The 2018 Rainbow Europe Map and Index reveal that fewer countries are moving up the country ranking; many are stagnating, including countries that are traditionally perceived as equality frontrunners. Malta takes the top ranking for the third year in a row with a 91% rating, while Belgium inched up to a second-place ranking (with a 79% rating) thanks to updated legal and gender recognition procedures.

The 2018 Rainbow Europe Map and Index reveal that fewer countries are moving up the country ranking; many are stagnating, including countries that are traditionally perceived as equality frontrunners. Malta takes the top ranking for the third year in a row with a 91% rating, while Belgium inched up to a second-place ranking (with a 79% rating) thanks to updated legal and gender recognition procedures. The ‘Rainbow Europe Index’ measures progress in European countries on LGBTI equality against a 48-point criteria that includes legal protections from discrimination in employment and services, measures to tackle hate crime, rights and recognition for transgender and intersex people, and equality in family law including same-sex marriage and parenting rights. Beginning in 2009, the European Rainbow Index tracks LGBTQ equality across Europe and covers a range of factors including family issues, legal gender recognition and asylum rights. Each country is positioned on the scale, with 100% being the most accurate of respect for human rights and full equality in society, and 0% showing gross violation of human rights and discrimination. The ILGA-Europe Rainbow Index, released today, ranks 49 European countries according to the laws, policies and practices that affect LGBTI communities.