Tirana, 20 July 2016 – PINK Embassy, ​​one of the leading organizations for the rights of the LGBT community (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) in Albania, through this public statement requires to express strongly its indignation to the change of position held recently by the two main parliamentary parties in Albania, the Socialist Party and the Socialist Movement for Integration, in...

Tirana, 25 May of 2016 - Albania marks another milestone towards advancing the rights of LGBTI community. Today the Albanian Government approved the National Action Plan for LGBTI people in the Republic of Albania for the years 2016 - 2020. The adoption of this document is a tremendous victory for the LGBTI community since the adoption of the Law on Protection from...

Tirana 17 May 2016 – PINK Embassy in Albania raised the LGBT flag this morning in the historic center of the capital city, Tirana, to commemorate the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. This is the first time ever that an LGBT flag has been raised in Albania in an open public space, thanks to the extraordinary support of the Municipality of Tirana.

“We asked...

Under the slogan “Stand up against Discrimination” the one-week Festival brings together the LGBT community, organizations and institutions to promote human rights of LGBT persons in Albania

Tirana May 16, 2016 - Under the slogan " Stand up against Discrimination", PINK Embassy / LGBT Pro Albania, Human Rights House in Albania (HRHA), the Albanian National Youth...

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Last week, the Parliament spoke out in favour of equal parental leave rights for same-sex couples with children.

In its report evaluating the implementation of the EU law (Directive 2010/18/EU) on parental leave, the Parliament emphasised that "adequate, individual, compensated parental leave is crucial for same-sex parenting couples to be able to achieve...

Thursday, 21 April 2016 - In the last of its annual progress reports on accession countries, the European Parliament evaluated the situation in Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania, including the situation of LGBTI people. Earlier this year, the Parliament already evaluated progress in Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro and FYR Macedonia.   

In its report on Turkey,...

8.5 % of the local public officials believe that the LGBT community should receive particular services or intended only for them; 36 % of public officials admitted they knew a LGBT person.  42 % of public officials are pro same - sex marriage, 34 % think that they have the right to create a family, and 68 % think they are citizens like everyone else.

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15 March 2016 – PINK Embassy / LGBT Pro Albania in collaboration with the Municipality of Vlora and the European Union Information Centre in Vlora opened at the hall of the latter the photography exhibition “Taste of Freedom”, the first with an LGBTI topic to be held in the coastal city.

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Tirana, 20 July 2016 – PINK Embassy, ​​one of the leading organizations for the rights of the LGBT community (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) in Albania, through this...
Tirana, 25 May of 2016 - Albania marks another milestone towards advancing the rights of LGBTI community. Today the Albanian Government approved the National Action Plan for...
Tirana 17 May 2016 – PINK Embassy in Albania raised the LGBT flag this morning in the historic center of the capital city, Tirana, to commemorate the International Day against...
Under the slogan “Stand up against Discrimination” the one-week Festival brings together the LGBT community, organizations and institutions to promote human rights of LGBT...
Wednesday, 18 May 2016 Last week, the Parliament spoke out in favour of equal parental leave rights for same-sex couples with children. In its report evaluating the...
Thursday, 21 April 2016 - In the last of its annual progress reports on accession countries, the European Parliament evaluated the situation in Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and...
8.5 % of the local public officials believe that the LGBT community should receive particular services or intended only for them; 36 % of public officials admitted they knew a...
15 March 2016 – PINK Embassy / LGBT Pro Albania in collaboration with the Municipality of Vlora and the European Union Information Centre in Vlora opened at the hall of the...

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