Every year, ILGA publishes its State-Sponsored Homophobia report, a world survey of sexual orientation laws.
Since its first edition, back in 2006, ILGA’s State-Sponsored Homophobia has been a fundamental resource for those interested in accessing the core information on legislation affecting people on the basis of their sexual orientation.
Not only human rights defenders, but also civil society organisations, governmental and United Nations agencies, allies and media worldwide value the publication as one of the main sources of information on the issue.
The publication is accompanied by a series of maps and charts illustrating where criminalisation, protection and recognition laws exist.
State-Sponsored Homophobia report: latest edition
The latest edition of ILGA’s State-Sponsored Homophobia report has been released on March 20, 2019. Its map on sexual orientation laws is available here
Download the 2019 ILGA State Sponsored Homophobia report
in English (desktop - mobile) | in Spanish (desktop - mobile)
Looking for the maps on sexual orientation laws in the world? Click here
The dataset of the 2019 report is available here
This 13th edition of the State-Sponsored Homophobia report was researched and written by Lucas Ramón Mendos and published by ILGA.
It is copyright-free, provided you cite both the author and the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA).
Suggested citation: International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association: Lucas Ramon Mendos, State-Sponsored Homophobia 2019 (Geneva; ILGA, March 2019).