GENEVA, September 2018: The IFED Network just started a crowdfunding project for the new Annual Report of the International Family Equality Day 2018. It will allow the Network to forge alliances with representatives from public services, institutions and politics in our struggle for recognition of all families. IFED 2018 was celebrated in 111 towns and 48 countries worldwide. More information here.
LONDON/LISSABON, September 2018: A research team (Birkbeck University and ISPA – Instituto Universitário) would like to know more about the situation of adoptive LGBT+ parent families in Portugal and the UK. If you are interested to take part in the survey, please contact Dr. Pedro Costa, principal investigator, at email@example.com. More information about the project here.
BRUSSELS, August-October 2018: NELFA would like to summarise the status of rainbow families in the European Union concerning their “freedom of movement”. The aim is to present it for a workshop at ILGA’s Annual Conference in Brussels (24-27 October 2o18). Please, share your experiences with us: firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, ILGA wants to share this information with the EU Commission who asked for further data in this question. Read more: ILGA-Europe call FOM 2018.
BRUSSELS, May 2018: Professor Salavatore d’Amore and researchers of ULB (Université Libre de Bruxelles) have started a new study concerning surrogacy among gay fathers. They would like to find eligible participants for their survey. If you are a gay dad with a child/children born through surrogacy, please, follow this link.
Madrid, February 2018: NELFA’s member organisation Galehi wants to strengthen the ties to rainbow families abroad. Our friends in Spain would like to find ten partner families from all over Europe for an exchange and common activities. Here a registration form in Spanish and English: Galehi Contact Document