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ENP letter to EU Parliament candidates

The letter was sent by parents from different countries to the parties running for EU Parliament: The European Network of Parents of LGBTI+ (ENP)’s mission is to act as an umbrella organisation in European countries (including countries that are not…

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ENP was at Moldova Pride

Last week from the 15th-19th of May, the activists of GENDERDOC-M organized the 18th Moldova Pride Festival. Their motto was, I am ok! (“Sunt ok“).

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ENP invited to a Council of Europe round table

ENP invited to a Council of Europe round-table conference about violence in education between 21-22 March, 2019, Venice

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Message of Solidarity: Barcelona LGBTI Centre

The European Network of Parents of LGBTI+ persons congratulates the mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau on the inauguration of the LGTBI Centre of Barcelona this month. https://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/lgtbi/en/services/barcelona-lgbti-centre May the Centre serve as a bridge for exchange, discussion and support towards…

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2018 Pride March Pictures

AGEDO / Napoli Pride 14 July 2018 AMPGYL / Madrid Pride July 2018 DRACHMA / Malta Pride 15 September 2018 LISTAG / Banned Istanbul Pride 1 July 2018

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Press Statement: Romanian Constitutional Referendum, 2018

19THSEPTEMBER, 2018 P R E S S     S T A T E M E N T Re: Romanian Constitutional Referendum, 2018 The European Network of Parents of LGBTI+ Persons (ENP) is saddened and appalled by the recent events taking place…

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Parent Interviews

European Parents of LGBTI+ Speak Out

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CHILDREN’s RIGHTS MATTER! #IFED2018

Wishing you all a wonderful International Family Equality Day!

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ENP Annual Conference in Lisbon, Portugal

In March 2018, the statutory Annual General Meeting of ENP will take place in Lisbon, Portugal to coincide with NELFA’s conference which will help us enhance visibility and collaboration.

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ENP at Ljubljana Conference

In Ljubljana, we attended a safe space meeting of parents of LGBTs, a long interview with one of the main local daily newspapers and finally we were guest speakers at a rather unique cultural Centre frequented by artists, progressive option…

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