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jueves, 18 de mayo de 2017

LGBT pride march in private Malaysia university cancelled after Islamist pressure

LGBT pride march in private Malaysia university cancelled after Islamist pressure
- A three-day lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) public awareness campaign that included a pride march that was ...

In a first on LGBT job protections, Louisiana's influential business groups stay neutral

In a first on LGBT job protections, Louisiana's influential business groups stay neutral
- Louisiana's largest and most influential statewide business organizations have typically submitted formal opposition to bills to protect LGBT employees ...

Americans Split Over New LGBT Protections, Restroom Policies

Americans Split Over New LGBT Protections, Restroom Policies
LGBT rights and protections have been contentious at the state level, too. The West Virginia Supreme Court recently ruled that anti-gay assaults are ...

Canada to apologise to thousands for 'LGBT purge' of military

Canada to apologise to thousands for 'LGBT purge' of military
- Canada's government has said it will apologise to thousands of citizens affected by an 'LGBT purge' of the military and public service. It is also ...

How one Montreal church became popular again by reaching out to LGBT community

How one Montreal church became popular again by reaching out to LGBT community
- Montreal Together is a collaboration between the Department of Journalism at Concordia University and CBC Montreal. This story is the work of a ...

More than 200 members of LGBT community killed in Mexico over three-year period

More than 200 members of LGBT community killed in Mexico over three-year period
- At least 202 murders of members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community occurred between 2014 and 2016 in Mexico, a rate ...

Why The Global Fight For LGBT Equality Starts At Home

Why The Global Fight For LGBT Equality Starts At Home
- After a weekend of glitter, glamour and camp innuendos, the publication of a new global report on the state of LGBT rights was perhaps the signal that ...

Iceland drops in annual ranking of LGBT rights

Iceland drops in annual ranking of LGBT rights
- Rainbow Europe, the annual map of ILGA Europe shows that Iceland only complies to 47% of the requirements of the ILGA compared to 59% in 2016.

Latin America doubles students in higher education, but inequality persists

Latin America doubles students in higher education, but inequality persists
- The increase in students, who currently number 20 million in the region, has benefited Latin America in terms of young people coming from lower and ...

Under Trump, Immigrant Arrests Are Up, but Deportation Is Down

Under Trump, Immigrant Arrests Are Up, but Deportation Is Down
- In January, President Trump signed two executive orders intended to ... construction of a physical wall on the southern border” between Mexico and ...

Trump versus Mexico, US Nil: Mexico 1

Trump versus Mexico, US Nil: Mexico 1
- The US has more to lose from President Trump's initial tough North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) stance than its neighbours, according to ...

Trump administration expected to send NAFTA notification letter

Trump administration expected to send NAFTA notification letter
- The Trump administration is reportedly planning to send a final letter to ... can officially begin its trade talks with Canada and Mexico, Politico reported.

Trump prepares for first overseas trip, with anti-globalism at bay

Trump prepares for first overseas trip, with anti-globalism at bay
- The Trump administration, taking the first formal step toward overhauling ... Trump's trade officials also are likely to try to limit Canadian and Mexican ...

Russia to set up military equipment enterprises in Latin America

Russia to set up military equipment enterprises in Latin America
- The Russian Federation is ready to establish enterprises for a licensed assembly of military equipment in the territory of its partner countries-partners ...

Cocaine trafficking is killing Central America's forests, Argentina to manufacture electric vehicles ...

Cocaine trafficking is killing Central America's forests, Argentina to manufacture electric vehicles ...
- Central American countries are facing a food crisis – a product of climate change that could soon leave countries in the region facing malnutrition and ...

Did the stress of lifelong racial discrimination contribute to recent campus violence?

Did the stress of lifelong racial discrimination contribute to recent campus violence?
- A day after the May 1 stabbing attack, a racist flyer surfaced on campus. It included a caricature of an African American man wielding a knife and words ...

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