Today ILGA is excited to announce that our new website is live!
You will still find us at ilga.org – but a lot has changed.
There is a completely refreshed look which we hope reflects some of what it means to be LGBTI and ILGA. Our new website also now uses “responsive web design”, meaning that you will be able to easily check our news and publications from whatever device you are on.
The structure has been streamlined and the website is now a one-stop library for all our publications: tools to help the global LGBTI movement! This is why we added a new section, named Resources, with pages dedicated to the wealth of materials that human rights defenders, researchers, journalists and the general public may find useful for their advocacy. Many of those publications are available also in the pages documenting the work of our various programmes. And in the interest of the history of our movement, many older editions of our publications were also retrieved showing changes over the years.
The news section has been improved, and our readers will now have the possibility to subscribe for newsletters delivered directly to their mailboxes.
Last but not least, in addition to the two official languages of ILGA – English and Spanish –, all the main pages of our new website are now fully available in French.
There is a long list of persons whose contribution has been invaluable to this work and whom we thank:
Paul Caballero at ILGALAC, who translated all the pages into Spanish. SIL - Solidarité Internationale LGBTQI and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in France for making the French translation possible. Lara Mazzi, the volunteer web designer who styled the homepage and the “About us” page – paving the way for the whole look of the project. The lovely team of web developers and coding wizards at Impressie and at CiviCoop, who guided us through all the technical hurdles of the process.
We are immensely grateful to each and every one of them as well as many, many more who have contributed to the content on the website over the years.
Our new website is all yours to read, navigate and enjoy. We hope that it will be a useful resource for all of you, and that it will support your work as we all advance together towards full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people worldwide.