Moldova

LGBTI Rights in Moldova


ADDED ON: 05/14/2023

Moldova leaps in LGBT+ rights ranking, but Montenegro continues to lead emerging Europe

In a very hostile global climate, different actors are coming together and weighing in more actively for LGBT+ rights across Europe. Moldova’s inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity in legislation covering…

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ADDED ON: 05/11/2023

Trans rights gain ground despite rising European rhetoric

LONDON, May 11 (Openly) - Europeans are moving ever closer to embracing equal rights for all despite a rise in anti-transgender rhetoric by many of their politicians, two studies found on Thursday. According…

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ADDED ON: 11/15/2022

Outcry in Moldova about new LGBT campaign in schools

A campaign called “LGBT children in your school” has led to many critiques in Moldova. Both the Orthodox Church of Moldova and parents speak out against the promotion of LGBT values in…

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ADDED ON: 06/13/2022

Poll Finds LGBT People Still Not Welcome In Moldova

Ten years after passing landmark legislation to protect minorities, including the much-persecuted LGBT community, a recent survey has revealed that most people in Moldova still hold negative attitudes toward lesbian, gay, bisexual,…

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ADDED ON: 04/14/2022

LGBTQ Ukrainians, fearing Russian attacks at home and discrimination in shelters, face an uncertain future

When a friend called Andrii Zarytskyi at 5 a.m., his voice shaking, to say the first bombs had dropped on their city of Mykolaiv, Mr. Zarytskyi didn’t believe him: The 32-year-old never thought…

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ADDED ON: 03/29/2020

Supporting PrEP in eastern Europe and central Asia

ECOM – Eurasian Coalition on Health, Rights, Gender and Sexual Diversity – recently published a report on access to PrEP (regular medication to prevent HIV infection) in Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and…

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ADDED ON: 05/21/2019

Moldovan Pride march met by opposing groups

Hundreds of supporters attended Moldova's LGBT "I'm OK" march on Sunday. The LGBT Solidarity March began in 2013 and has occurred annually since then. Parliament member Dumitru Alaiba has been the first…

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ADDED ON: 02/17/2019

Ten Exiled LGBTQ Activists Speak

“We want to give a voice to those, who are not heard, whose voice has been taken,” Ali Feruz says. “Because the story of every human is at the same time the…

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