Federal Office for Migration and Asylum Germany: Grim view of gays The European Union in urged Ukraine where past Soviet rulers viewed gays as criminals who should either be sent to prisons or psychiatric hospitals to clearly define the rights of gay people in the workplace. Violence by radical groups promoting hatred put ethnic minorities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT people, activists, and journalists at risk. The rest of the country is worse. A gay-rights event planned for last year in Kiev was called off at the last minute after a gathering of skinheads threatened participants.
Clothing, medicine, public transport passes, and assistance finding work is also provided.
Atrocities are occurring on and off the battlefield, as Ukraine is a haven for hate groups. Ukraine stops Russians from entering country amid ban 1 December Publisher: One constitutional expert told AFP that the entire adoption process seemed illegal but that such manoeuvring was becoming common in the war-scarred and at times seemingly rudderless former Soviet state.
The bill bans "gay propaganda" in an effort to protect children, but human rights campaigners say its real aim is to curb the rights of sexual minorities.