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Croatia joins LGBT Global Equity Fund

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. State Department announced Monday that Croatia has joined the Global Equity Fund, an initiative led by the United States to advance (LGBT) human rights around the world. "Croatia joins nine other like-minded governments (including the United States), three private foundations and... [ Read more → ]

Croatian government proposes new rights for same-sex couples

Thursday, December 12, 2013
ZAGREB, Croatia -- Less than two weeks after Croatians voted to ban gay marriage, their government has proposed granting same-sex couples new legal rights. [ Read more → ]

Following vote against same-sex marriage, Croatia to propose civil unions

Tuesday, December 3, 2013
ZAGREB, Croatia -- Just one day after Croatian's voted to ban same-sex marriage, a spokesperson for Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said Monday that officials plan to offer civil union legislation that would give same-sex couples in Croatia many of the legal rights currently afforded to heterosexual couples. [ Read more → ]
Darko Bandic, APA voter casts a ballot at a polling station in Pula, western Croatia, Sunday Dec. 1, 2013.

Croatians vote to ban same-sex marriage in country-wide referendum

Sunday, December 1, 2013
ZAGREB, Croatia -- A majority of Croatians have voted in a referendum to ban gay marriages in what is a major victory for conservatives in the newest European Union nation. [ Read more → ]

Croatia to hold referendum on whether to allow same-sex marriage

Friday, November 8, 2013
ZAGREB, Croatia -- Croatia moved Friday to hold a referendum on whether to allow gay marriages, but critics say the vote is discriminatory and gay rights groups are challenging its wording as biased and unconstitutional. [ Read more → ]

Thousands march for gay rights, marriage equality in Croatia

Saturday, June 15, 2013
ZAGREB, Croatia — Several thousand people held a gay pride march Saturday in Croatia, where conservatives backed by the influential Catholic Church want to make same sex marriage illegal, while neighboring Slovenia's president led a similar march in his country's capital. [ Read more → ]

Violence, thousands of protesters bring abrupt halt to Croatia gay pride

Sunday, June 12, 2011
An estimated 8,000 protesters -- many throwing stones, bottles, bricks, firecrackers, and eggs -- brought an abrupt end to the first gay pride to be staged in the port city of Split, in southern Croatia on Saturday. [ Read more → ]
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