Dezso Mate: I don’t like the word taboo because it indicates there are topics that society doesn’t want to acknowledge
Budapest-based researcher talks about how his experience as a gay Roma man has fueled his fight for acknowledgement and change.
A Place to Call Home
Violence and hate leave LGBTI people in Kosovo to search for safety and acceptance.
Aleksandar Saša Zeković: Montenegro cannot be considered innocent in the Yugoslav wars
Podgorica-based human rights activist talks LGBTI rights, Montenegrin politics and the process of facing the past.
K2.0 wins human rights journalism prize
Four-part documentary dives into the lives of LGBT persons in Kosovo.
‘Love is a traditional value, not hate or violence’
Despite a successfully organized Pride, Serbian society is no closer to maturity or tolerance.
Transgender case taken to Kosovo’s highest legal institution
Decision over change of name and sex marker presented to Constitutional Court.