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"They can be anything?" Employment and Workplace Discrimination against LGBTQI People in Hungary
Published: 
October 2016

The final report of the project entitled ‘Stories beyond the data: Documentation of discrimination in the field of employment’ implemented between June 2015 and July 2016 with the support of ILGA-Europe within its Documentation and Advocacy Fund. The report maps problems with regards to the employment discrimination of LGBTI people; and discusses practical steps to make workplaces more inclusive that treat LGBTQI people as fully equal members of society.

"Stories beyond the data: Documentation of discrimination in the field of employment" is a research project of Háttér funded by ILGA-Europe

Domestic and Dating Violence Against LBT Women in the EU
Published: 
March 2016

The final report of the project Bleeding Love: Raising Awareness on Domestic and Dating Violence Against Lesbians and Transwomen in the European Union.

The social exclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Hungary. Results from the LGBT Survey 2010
Published: 
February 2015

An English language publication summarizing the main findings of the LGBT Survey 2010

Bleeding Love

An international project aimed at investigating the causes and forms of domestic and dating violence against lesbian and trans women, as well as exploring good practices in preventing and providing support for victims. 

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.

HateNoMore: A gyűlölet-bűncselekmények áldozatainak szükségletei

Research and training project on the needs of victims of homophobic and transphobic hate crimes.

Litigious Love: azonos nemű párok mediációja

A comparative research project to uncover experiences of mediation involving same-sex couples and to raise the awareness of mediators

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. 

Social exclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Hungary
Published: 
January 2008

English translation of the final report of the LGBT Survey 2007.

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