Hate Crime

17.05.2019

The Campaign “Chase Stigma, Not People!” is Launched in EECA

The stigmatizing and discriminatory social and political environment in CEECA countries leads to  self-stigma among LGBT people, strengthens barriers to accessing...

16.05.2019

Activists from EECA Countries Learned How to Protect the Right to Health

Participants of an ECOM training on legal literacy and activism were able to develop their skills on using international legal mechanisms...

25.04.2019

Join in Survey to choose important topic for 3rd Regional Consultation

The Eurasian Coalition on Male Health (ECOM) started preparations for the 3rd Regional Consultation on HIV among MSM and Trans People...

03.04.2019

UN Human Rights Committee Makes Important SOGI-Related Observations to Estonia

The United Nations Human Rights Committee is a UN body of independent experts that monitors implementation of the International Covenant on...

22.09.2018

New Report of the Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on SOGI is imbued with references to EECA countries

The United Nations Human Rights Council has expressed its “grave concern at acts of violence and discrimination, in all regions of...

28.05.2018

Call for Proposals: Small Grants 2018. Regional Program “Right to Health”

Eurasian Coalition on Male Health (ECOM) opens a Call for Proposals from LGBTQ community-based organizations and initiative groups for Small Grants program under...

03.05.2018

ECOM: Georgia has taken important steps to protect the rights of LGBT, but HIV legislation has to be improved

Georgia has adopted the Law on elimination of all forms of discrimination that includes sexual orientation and gender identity among protected...

19.04.2018

ECOM: Homophobia and transphobia among law enforcements prevents the protection of LGBT rights in Belarus

Eurasian Coalition on Male Health (ЕCОМ) conducted legislative analysis related to LBGT rights and HIV in Republic of Belarus in 2017....

        
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