About: sexual discrimination

Politics 08-03-2018

Nathalie Loiseau: Proactive policies needed to promote women’s talents

In honour of International Women’s Day, France's European affairs minister, Nathalie Loiseau, talks about women and their place in Europe in an interview with EURACTIV.fr.
Politics 08-03-2018

Sylvie Goulard: Putting an end to the abuse of power

In honour of International Women’s Day, Sylvie Goulard talks about women and their place in Europe in an interview with EURACTIV.fr.
Freedom of thought 24-02-2017

Malta minister says politicians must ‘help shape public opinion’ on LGBTI rights

Malta’s minister for civil liberties has kicked off a conference on LGBTI rights across the EU with a call for politicians to swim against the tide by “helping shape public opinion, not to be led by it".
Brexit 10-08-2016

Stumped by transgender pension case, UK top court seeks EU help

A complex legal dispute involving a transgender woman's pension rights over a period when her gender had not been officially recognised has divided Britain's Supreme Court, which referred the issue on Wednesday (10 August) to the European Union's top court.

EU rights watchdog: Challenging gender stereotypes begins at home

Legislation is only part of the solution. We need a mix of legislative and non-legislative instruments to tackle persistent gender inequalities, especially in advancing women in high-level positions, but that has to start from the grassroots, says Michael O’Flaherty.
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Economy & Jobs 08-10-2014

Conchita Wurst sings for equality in the European Parliament

Eurovision Song Contest winner Conchita Wurst performed in front of the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday, as part of a campaign to fight discrimination and support equal rights across the EU.
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Economy & Jobs 04-02-2014

Parliament tells Commission to step up fight against gay discrimination

MEPs called on the European Commission on Tuesday to step up its fight against sexual discrimination, after more than 100.000 people marched through Paris and Lyon on Sunday protesting the legalisation of same-sex marriage. In a non-binding resolution adopted with 394 votes in favour and 176 against, the European Parliament wants the EU executive to draw up a pan-European strategy to better protect fundamental rights of gay, lesbian, transexual and bisexual people.

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