Human Rights

This is the state of LGBTI rights around the world in 2018

Only 5% of Russians are in favour of same-sex marriage, according to a recent survey. Image: REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Rosamond Hutt

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Australia is the 26th country to legalize marriage equality. Image: REUTERS/Steven Saphore
LGBT+ supporters at California's Resist March in 2017. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake
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