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European Parliament condemns homophobia in Indonesia

Yesterday, the European Parliament adopted a resolution in which it condemns the growing intolerance towards LGBTI people in Indonesia. In the resolution, the European Parliament “strongly condemns all acts of violence, harassment and intimidation against minorities” and “calls on the … 
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Posted in: Press releases, Recent news on January 20th, 2017
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Response to the parliamentary question on violence in Surabaya, Indonesia

The European Commission replied to a parliamentary question on hate violence that prevented ILGA Asia’s 4th conference from taking place in Indonesia: The Commission is aware of the forced closure of the fourth Asia regional conference of the International Lesbian, … 
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Posted in: Parliamentary work, Recent news on June 3rd, 2010
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Parliamentary question to the Commission: Action with regard to mob violence in Surabaya, Indonesia

Written parliamentary question asked to the European Commission by: Michael Cashman (UK, S&D) Ulrike Lunacek (Austria, Greens/EFA) Raül Romeva i Rueda (Spain, Greens/EFA) Sirpa Pietikäinen (Finland, EPP) Marije Cornelissen (Netherlands, Greens/EFA)

Posted in: Parliamentary work, Recent news on April 22nd, 2010