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On 16 December, the Lithuanian Parliament (Seimas) will vote on a draft law that would punish the “promotion of homosexual relations” with a fine of between 580 ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: EUR 53/008/2010. 26 November 2010. Lithuania: New move towards penalizing homosexuality. ...
Public Statement EUR 53/008/2010
This document is the executive summary of a report in which Amnesty International focuses on the “state-of-play” with respect to accountability for European states ...
Document EUR 01/024/2010
This submission to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe focuses on the “state-of-play” with respect to accountability for European states' complicity ...
Document EUR 01/027/2010
European states played a shameful role in the covert programme of rendition and secret detention run by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) following the attacks ...
Report EUR 01/023/2010
The Supreme Administrative Court in Vilnius, Lithuania, ruled today (7 May 2010) that Baltic Pride will go ahead tomorrow. 350 people are expected to take part ...
Urgent Action EUR 53/006/2010
Amnesty International has welcomed a Lithuanian court decision to allow Saturday's 2010 Baltic Pride march in Vilnius to go ahead.
Following a court decision to suspend the 2010 Baltic Pride, hundreds of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) rights activists, including over 50 Amnesty ...
Urgent Action EUR 53/005/2010
Amnesty International condemns the suspension by a Lithuanian court of the 2010 Baltic Pride march, which was set to take place in the capital Vilnius on 8 May.
A court has suspended the march, which was set to take place in the capital Vilnius on Saturday, on public security grounds.