ⓘ LGBT rights in Europe

                                     

ⓘ LGBT rights in Europe

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights are widely diverse in Europe per country. Sixteen out of the 28 countries that have legalised same-sex marriage worldwide are situated in Europe. A further twelve European countries have legalised civil unions or other forms of more limited recognition for same-sex couples.

A number of European countries do not recognize any form of same-sex unions. Defines marriage as a Union solely between a man and a woman in the constitutions of Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine. These, however, Armenia does not recognize same-sex marriages entered into abroad, and Croatia, and Hungary recognizes same-sex partnerships. Eastern Europe is seen as having fewer legal rights and safeguards, worse living conditions, and to a lesser extent support of public opinion towards the LGBT community than in Western Europe.

In all European countries that allow marriage, and to allow joint adoption by same-sex couples, as does Andorra. Countries, civil unions, no one except Andorra to allow joint adoption, and only half to allow step-adoption.

The top three European countries in terms of LGBT equality, according to ILGA-Europe, Malta, Belgium and Luxembourg. Western Europe is often regarded as the most promising region in the world for LGBT people to live.

                                     
  • couples. In 2019, ILGA - Europe ranked North Macedonia 34th out of 49 European countries in terms of LGBT rights legislation. Homosexuality was outlawed in North
  • approach to LGBT rights The association ILGA - Europe has ranked Bosnia and Herzegovina 27th out of 49 European countries in terms of LGBT rights legislation
  • protection for LGBT individuals. In 2017, ILGA - Europe again declared Azerbaijan the worst country in all of Europe for LGBT rights with the country
  • non - discrimination. The association ILGA - Europe has ranked Montenegro 22nd out of 49 European countries in terms of LGBT rights legislation. Despite this, Montenegrin
  • LGBT rights in the European Union are protected under the European Union s EU treaties and law. Same - sex sexual activity is legal in all EU states and
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  • LGBT rights in Kazakhstan are limited. LGBT persons in Kazakhstan face legal and social challenges and discrimination not experienced by non - LGBT residents
  • bisexual, transgender LGBT rights and visibility of LGBT people however, anti - discrimination legislation have made ILGA - Europe regard Albania as one
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  • The rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender LGBT people in Hungary have evolved through Hungarian history. Homosexuality is legal in Hungary for
  • is very liberal in regards to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender LGBT rights In 1981, Norway became one of the first countries in the world to enact
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