Yes, Indeed, Turkey Does Discriminate at Workplace
European Social Charter submission in relation to discrimination in employment on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity has been concluded.
Serbia: Verdict on Discrimination at the Workplace
This is the first time a final verdict was delivered in Serbia on the basis of the Anti-Discrimination Law regarding discrimination at the workplace because of different sexual orientation.
Unionists Are Meeting for the Labour Rights of LGBTs
For the Symposium Against Discriminations, unionists from Belgium, the Netherlands and Turkey are gathering in Ankara for the labour rights of LGBTs.
LGBT Unionists Met Kaos GL in the Netherlands
LGBT group of the Netherlands officials union met Kaos GL team in Utrecht.
Other News and Articles in This Category
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- Police Officer Interdicted of His Job Due to Gender Identity
- Soccer Referee Dinçdağs Discrimination Claim Against His Employer Continuing
- On May 1, LGBT Individuals Were on The Streets in Seven Cities
- Sosyal-İş Changes its Charter for Sexual Discrimination
- Justice for Referee Dinçdağ has been postponed to 2012
- Peaceful Protests on Labour Day
- Sexual Orientation Discrimination at Work in Turkey: Is it finally in law?
- Struggle against Homophobic Discrimination in Professional Life
- Gay Police Discussions
- Turkey's sex workers seek to establish a union
- A New Step for Visibility of Turkish Lesbians and Transgenders
- Statement of Turkish Gay and Lesbian Labour Network
- The First Meeting of Gay & Lesbian Workers in Turkey