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10:22

Local

Attacks against the LGBT community increased by more than 20 per cent in 2020

Ivan Gelibter

2017. These figures - which encompass acts of violence and refusal of admission of entry, among other forms of aggression - reveal not only that the road ahead for this community is long, but also that the risk of a regression in rights is already a ... of reprisals and a loss of privacy. Other reasons include lack of knowledge of one’s rights, not giving enough importance to these homophobic attacks, and even the fear of deportation if the victims are foreigners with an irregular administrative

18:04

Opinion

Lunatics running asylums?

ANDREW J. LINN

...in the corridors of Rioja power. The facts belie credibility, the system in force was surely invented by a band of lunatics. Voting rights depend on the price of the wine any given bodega sells. So if a bodega makes a Gran Reserva, that is worth 14

16:26

LifeStyle

Bianca Jagger: "Women are still a very vulnerable group in our society"

Josefina G. Stegmann

...looks at her notes and the questions she is going to be asked, reflects for a few moments and then fires off her answers. This defender of the rights of women, indigenous peoples, children and prisoners sentenced to death has been in Madrid to take part ... women. –What was it that you saw and experienced which led you to become such a strong defender of human rights? –I was born in Nicaragua and spent my childhood and adolescence under the oppressive and brutal dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza. That ... discrimination she suffered: for being a woman, for being divorced and for having to work. That showed me at first hand what discrimination against women meant. That is where my commitment to human rights, and especially women’s rights, came from. –The fight

11:50

Local

"Citizens' rights will be maintained throughout the transition period"

Tony Bryant

On a visit to the Costa del Sol this week, Simon Manley, the British Ambassador to Spain, promised that the government's priority throughout the Brexit negotiations has been, and always will be, the citizens. He also gave his assurance that “rights ... in Spain to ensure that the concerns residents raised around subjects like residency rights, healthcare and pensions are understood by the UK negotiating team and reflected in their discussions with their EU partners. “It's called a transition ... period because it is taking us from our status as a member state of the EU to a future relationship”“We reached an agreement that effectively protects the rights of British expats already living here in Spain” The meeting, which was held in the Avanto

13:37

Local

"The government must make strict laws on equal rights"

...between the sexes, she says there is still a lot to do. To tackle this, she says, the government "must make strict laws so that we have equal rights" and that it is "essential that more education on this subject is taught in schools". She says we must

18:31

Local

Torremolinos marks 50th anniversary of Pasaje Begoña police raids

Tony Bryant

...conjunction with another ceremony held in Seville on Sunday that was attended by the city’s mayor, Juan Espadas. Both events highlighted the struggle for LGBT rights, and the importance of remembering events like the one that took place in Torremolinos in ... based on not taking a step back from what has been achieved. We will continue to shed light on the struggle for LGBT+ rights in the world." President of the Pasaje Begoña Association added that this type of event “commemorates the people who put

09:35

LifeStyle

16 February 1962: A major step towards the recovery of women's rights

Debbie Bartlett What Happened today?

February 16th 1962 was a very important date for women in Spain; on that day the official state bulletin, known as the BOE, published a decree from the Ministry of Work which granted women equal rights to men in the workplace. This was a major ... step forward, because women had lost many rights after the Civil War. Huge progress had been made during the Second Republic, which lasted from 1931 until the Civil War began in 1936: women were accorded full legal status, Spain became one of the first ... work, irrespective of gender. However, when the Franco dictatorship began in 1939, many of those rights were withdrawn. Numerous laws were abolished, with strong support from the Catholic Church, including those regarding civil marriage and divorce.

12:39

National

High-profile trial starts of former Catalan leaders who were held after failed independence bid

SUR

...the court. Human rights defence The defence case of the 12's lawyers, as revealed in the court on Tuesday, will focus on an abuse of human rights and the alleged political motives of the Spanish government. The accused are hoping the case will be ... eventually heard by the European Court of Human Rights. There was no shortage of opinion from outside the courtroom. Former Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, who led the ''procés'' and is in self-imposed exile in Brussels, commented, "For us, putting out