Organizations Resources Links

An Annotated List


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The International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) is a world-wide federation of national and local groups dedicated to achieving human rights for lesbians and gay men around the globe. Founded in 1978, it now has more than 400 groups and individual members in more than 60 countries.

In Greece, there are currently (May 1997) two member groups, EOK, and OPOTH.

Web sites about ILGA:

ILGA Conferences:

The ILGA Euroletter:

The ILGA Euroletter is published on behalf of ILGA by the Eurosecretariat of the National Danish Organisation for Gays and Lesbians (LBL). From number 30 onwards the Euroletter is avaiable on the Internet at the following adresses:

The ILGA archives:

The ILGA archives are hosted by HOMODOK Amsterdam.

ILIS (International Lesbian Information Service)
ILIS is an international network of lesbians dedicated to foster lesbian organizing. ILIS works in the context of "Lesbian rights are human rights".

United Nations - ECOSOC (Council of Economic and Social Affairs)
The U.N. Council of Economic and Social Affairs, granted Roster Non Governmental Status to ILGA, in March 1993.

World Health Organization - International Classification of Diseases
In December 1991 the World Health Organisation (WHO) deleted homosexuality as an illness in the International Classification of Diseases (chapter V, code 302).

Amnesty International - Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
International Institutions In September 1991 Amnesty International's World Conference officially decided to recognize people imprisoned because of their sexual orientation as prisoners of conscience. ILGA now provides AI with information on such cases.

The European Union Commission:
In 1991 the Commission of the European Union extended its code of practice on sexual harassment at the workplace with provisions for the protection of gay men and lesbians.

The European Parliament:
In 1991 the Commission of the European Union extended its code of practice on sexual harassment at the workplace with provisions for the protection of gay men and lesbians.
In February 1994 the European Parliament of the EU adopted a Recommendation sponsored by Claudia Roth (MEP Green Party) of the Committee on Civil Liberties and Internal Affairs calling upon the member states to recognize and protect homosexuals and their relations as equal with those of heterosexual people.

1997: European Year Against Racism

The Maastricht Treaty:
The European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) supports the abolishment of all EU practices which deny homosexuals equal enjoyment of the rights laid down in the Maastricht Treaty (e.g. free movement) as well as non-discrimination language in future charters/agreements.

The European Convention of Human Rights:

The Council of Europe:
The Concil of Europe investigates the human rights situation of gay men and lesbians in countries applying for membership.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (Recommendation 924/81 and Motion for Recommendation 6348/90) as well as the European Parliament of the EC (Resolution on Sexual Discrimination at the workplace 1984) have urged their member states to entirely equate homosexuals with heterosexuals in all fields of legislation and especially to set up equal ages of consent.

Greek Gay and/or Lesbian Groups and Publications on the web:

Directories and Indexers Concerning Greece in General:

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