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On 14 July, the Lithuanian parliament will vote whether to overturn a Presidential veto on a law that will institutionalize homophobia, violating the right to freedom ...
Urgent Action EUR 53/004/2009
On 26 June, Lithuania's President vetoed a law which includes an amendment institutionalizing homophobia, violating the right to freedom of expression and ...
Urgent Action EUR 53/003/2009
The law would prohibit the discussion of homosexuality in schoolsand ban any reference to it in public information that can be viewed bychildren.
On 16 June 2009, the Lithuanian parliament (The Seimas) passed a law which includes an amendment which institutionalizes homophobia, violates the right to freedom ...
Urgent Action EUR 53/002/2009
The Lithuanian parliament has passed a law that prohibits thediscussion of homosexuality in schools and bans any reference to it inpublic information that ...
The final vote on a law that would prohibit the discussion of homosexuality in Lithuanian schools takes place on Thursday 11 June.
The Lithuanian parliament has voted in favour of a measure that wouldprohibit the discussion of homosexuality in schools and ban anyreference to it in public infor
Amnesty International today condemned the Lithuanian parliament, the Seimas, for voting to proceed with a bill that institutionalizes homophobia and violates the
The Baltic Pride march due to take place on Saturday 16 May in Riga,Latvia, will go ahead after a ban against the event was lifted.
The planned Baltic Pride march due to take place on Saturday in Riga, Latvia, has been banned.