Punishments for male to male relationships: No law
Female to Female Relationships: Legal
Age of consent: Equal for heterosexuals and homosexuals
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law
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Despite a small number of policemen and security forces at the entry, ten to fifteen men from the extremist anti-gay organization Noua Dreapta (ND) entered and held a live protest against LGBT people inside the cinema where the audience attended the ... >>>
We're happy to announce you that a new LGBT organization was registered in Romania, ACT-Q ROMANIA!
More than that, one of it's first action was to protest against an article published in a major Romanian newspaper distorting the image of the LGBT co... >>>
Despite the obvious advancements in the process of secularization of the Romanian remains under the heavy domination of religion. Even though the degree of tolerance towards sexual minorities has increased recently, understanding and respect for such... >>>
The most recent film signed by the director Claudiu Mitcu – “Two of Us”- was presented to the Romanian public on the 9th and 13th of August, during ANONIMUL – an international film festival in Romania. The documentary is a Parada Film production and ... >>>
Between 24th and 25th of June 2011, ACCEPT Association in partnership with Interights organized the seminar: Advocacy for the rights of the Trans persons living in Central and Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union.The event brought together Trans ac... >>>
Joint Statement Expressing Support for Bucharest Pride Festival
Bucharest, 4 June 2011 – On the occasion of the 2011 Bucharest Pride Festival, we express our support for, and solidarity with, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in... >>>
Between 21st and 27th of May, ACCEPT Association in partnership with IGLYO organized the international seminar: Enlightenment 2: Exploring Formal Education Experiences for LGBT Young People. The event was funded by the Council of Europe through Europ... >>>
Starting with 2011, ACCEPT is a member of EPOA – European Pride Organizers Association. The European Pride Organizers Association is a network of European Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Organizations. EPOA was founded in London and incorpo... >>>
GayFest 2011Gay FEST is the expression of the LGBT person’s movement for civil rights, an event that combines political activism with cultural activism. At the same time is a proactive action which has the goal to raise awareness on the rights of the... >>>
On 20th of June 2011, 650 NGO, media and business organizations’ representatives gathered at Prague to attend the ERSTE awards ceremony. To these awards, a number of 1.850 applications were submitted from 12 countries from Center and Estern Europe. F... >>>