About ENP

The European Network of Parents of LGBTI+ Persons (ENP) is an European organization composed of Associations of Parents of LGBTI+ persons; families that aim for an inclusive society; families that recognize that all persons should be treated with respect and dignity – free from any discrimination.

Parent Interviews

In February 2017, while parents met in Malta for ENP’s launch assembly, we found an opportunity to ask a few parents some common questions. The different responses illustrate the challenging reality parents found themselves in and testify to the joys…

Tell It Out!

We have very good news about the Tell IT Out book. The book is almost ready.  Its edition will be sponsored by the Council of Europe – SOGIESC. Please see below the Preface to the book written by the Head of SOGIESC Unit Eleni Tsetsekou. Preface The…

Latest News

COVID 19 IMPACT ON LGBTI+ PERSONS

On September 27th and 28th ENP will be represented by Margarida Faria its General Secretary during the Seminar of  ECRI and CoE – Forces to Communicate the Equality and Diversity Message supported by the Council of Europe in a Roundtable online session, which will focus on the impact of…

ENP EXPRESSES ITS SOLIDARITY AND STRONGLY OBJECTS TO THE ATTACKS ON THE LGBTI COMMUNITY IN POLAND

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN POLAND? Till now more than 100 municipalities have adopted the resolution that enables them to declare themselves as LGBTI free zones. In the meantime the UN and the European Parliament have shown their concern about this situation. The ultra-conservative leader…

Challenges faced by Trans persons as a result of Covid pandemic restrictions

Dear parents of trans kids, We heard from some ENP members that this dramatic situation of Covid-19 is affecting very negatively the Trans people’s access to proper health care. Namely, in some countries, the Chemists are refusing to give injections…

After the ENP Annual Conference

Some notes from the conference that was held in Portugal between 15-18 March 2018: “We Should Speak Out: LGBTI and Family Rights”

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