The Minister of Justice and Public Order, Stefi Drakou, announced yesterday at the Cyprus Pride March 2022 the promotion to the Parliament for the adoption of the bill for the Legal Recognition of Gender Identity after the recent...
In recent months, and especially after the announcement of the first confirmed case in Cyprus, there has been a heated debate on how to spread and protect against the monkeypox virus. It is now a serious challenge for health professionals to properly manage the parapl.
The Parliament approved the day before yesterday, July 14, 2022, the proposal of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works to hold civil weddings in nine archaeological sites, museums and castles. The aim of this movement is to enhance the visibility of our cultural heritage.
On the occasion of the International Holocaust
Remembrance Day 2022, let us take the time to remember one of the most heinous crimes of our
time which resulted in the deaths of six million Jews, Roma, homosexuals,
people with disabilities, political opponents, Jehovah's Witnesses and other
It is with great sadness that I was informed today of the news of the death of Marina Galanou.
Marina Galanou was the dynamic president of the Transgender Support Association in Greece with intense active activist activity in support of trans rights for decades. She was the editor of the publishing house ...
In a friendly atmosphere, we had a meeting today with the S.A. Ambassador of the Netherlands, Mrs. Elke Merks-Schaapveld. The main objective of the meeting was to inform Mrs Merks-Schaapveld about the situation of LGBTI+ rights in Cyprus.
Among other things, reference was made to the conviction of ...
The Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cornelius Cornelius, represented Cyprus this week at the online launch of the LGBTI+ Strategy of the Equal Rights Coalition (ERC), to which Cyprus has been a member since 2018.
In collaboration with the scientific body "Orlando LGBT+ Mental Health without Stigma" we are launching a campaign to record experiences of conversion therapies in Cyprus, with the aim of identifying bad practices and their results in support of their criminalization effort.
It is with sadness that I have been informed of the death of Socrates Hasicos this morning. He was the Minister who promoted and vigorously supported the Civil Union in the Parliament, as well as the first Minister who represented the Government in the Cyprus Pride March in 2015.