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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. 

Új projektünk fókuszában az azonos nemű párok mediációja

Between March 2014 and August 2015 our association is implementing an internationl research and training project on the mediation of same-sex couples with the support of the European Commission. 

The Regional Court of Appeal of Debrecen has today upheld an earlier decision of a lower level court, and sentenced a defendant to life imprisonment for murdering an elderly gay pharmacist out of homophobic motive. The case is the first known murder case in Hungary where the courts found homophobic hate an aggravating circumstance.

Sajtóközlemény - Zaklató módon diszkriminált a rendőrség a 2012-es Pride-felvonulás betiltásával

On January 16, 2014 the Metropolitan Court of Budapest found that the Budapest Police committed direct discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation when banning the Budapest Pride March in 2012. The case was launched by Háttér Society and an individual, who were represented in court by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. The decision is appealable.

Azonos nemű pároknak és gyermekeiknek is jár a kedvezményes családi focijegy

The intervention of the Equal Treatment Authority was needed to force the Hungarian Football Federation to change its policy which excluded same-sex couples and their children from those entitled to buy football tickets at a reduced price available to families.

Elindult a Háttér Társaság angol nyelvű honlapja

The most important information about the organization and its programs, as well as news about recent developments on LGBT life in Hungary will be available online in English for visitors of the website.

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