Denmark Joins The UN LGBTI Core Group To Show Commitment To Equal Rights
Denmark has long been considered a leader in promoting equality and human rights, so it is no surprise that the country has joined the United Nations LGBTI Core Group. The group was established in 2006 with the aim of combating discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. It now has over 30 member states, all of which are dedicated to promoting equality and inclusion for all. Denmark's membership in the group will help to raise awareness of the issues faced by LGBTQ+ people around the world, and will also help to bring about much-needed change. With Denmark's help, the group can continue its important work of combating discrimination and violence against LGBTQ+ people.
While Denmark has long been a leader in LGBTQ rights, Poland is, unfortunately, moving in the opposite direction. In this article, we’ll take a look at the current state of LGBTQ rights in Poland.