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Hungary: same-sex registered partners to receive all tax benefits afforded to spouses

The National Tax and Customs Administration announced to revise its earlier policy discriminating against same-sex registered partners in matters of inheritance and personal income tax.

Sajtóközlemény - Letöltendő börtön a melegeket és romákat verő gárdistáknak

Five men were found guilty of violence against a member of a community for attacking three participants of the Budapest Pride on July 6, 2013.

 
Bíróság: kártérítést kell fizetnie az iskolának, amiért nem vették fel a leszbikus szülők gyermekét

In its binding decision the Metropolitan Court of Budapest ordered the Kispesti Waldorf School to pay 350,000 forints (c. €1,100) and its interests for having rejected the application of a student in 2013 after his mother told the school that the child was raised by two mothers. The plaintiff was represented by Háttér Society.

Sajtóközlemény - EBH: Jogellenesen utasították el a transznemű álláspályázót

The Equal Treatment Authority found discrimination based on gender identity for the first time in a case concerning an employer’s rejection of a transgender job applicant. 

Brazil melegeket támadtak meg az Oktogonon - elítélte őket a bíróság

Two young men were convicted for the crime of violence against a member of a community for attacking and spitting at two gay Brazilian students studying in Budapest on April 21, 2014.

Sajtóközlemény: Felfüggesztett börtön a Pride résztvevőinek fenyegetéséért

Extreme right-wing activist found guildy of committing a hate crime for insulting participants of the Budapest Pride in 2012.

 

Három év letöltendő - súlyos büntetés a homofób bántalmazónak

For the first time since its introduction in 2008 a Hungarian court used the new hate crime provision for homophobic violence in a case concerning the assault of a participant of the Budapest Pride March in 2013.

Új projektünk fókuszában a leszbikus és transz nők elleni családon belüli és randierőszak

Between February 2015 and January 2016 our association is implementing an international research and awareness-raising project on domestic and dating violence against lesbians and trans women with the support of the European Commission.

Nem vették fel leszbikus szülei miatt az iskolába - bírságolt az EBH

The Equal Treatment Authority found the Kispest Waldorf School liable for unlawful discrimination by rejecting the application of a boy after his mother told the school he was raised by two women.

Jogerős: diszkriminált a Budapesti Rendőr-főkapitányság a Budapest Pride 2012-es betiltásával

In the suit launched by Háttér Society and the Helsinki Committee the second instance court also found that the police ban amounted to discrimination and harassment. 

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