2011 ILGA-Europe, Turin
Under the title Clash or dialogue? Human rights and traditional values the 15th conference of ILGA-Europe took place from 27th-30th of October 2011 in Turin, Italy.
The European Forum has contributed to the program with the workshop The Spirit of Human Rights. How to foster constructive dialogue with tradition based churches (pdf document)
2011 ILGA-Europe - report from Michael Brinkschroeder
The conference of ILGA-Europe in Turin was my, Michael Brinkschroeder's, first personal contact with ILGA. I was very happy to meet Yves, Randi and Karen, Forum friends who know these conferences for many years and where very helpful for me.
2011 ILGA-Europe - report Yuris Latvikos
On 30 October, the 15th ILGA-Europe’s Annual Conference concluded in Turin. 343 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) activists, European and national politicians, representatives of other organisations from 43 countries gathered in Turin, Italy between 27 and 30 October 2011 for the largest annual event on LGBTI rights in Europe.
2011 ILGA-Europe - report from Yves Quentin
What always strikes me, Yves Quentin, is the great number of participants (340 this year - a record!) coming from all over Europe and beyond to the ILGA-Europe conference. There are a lot of women (40%?), trans (women are rather visible ; it’s hard to say if there are any male transsexuals) and young people (around 25% are under 30).