Entry #12642: LGBT housing discrimination in Italy

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RegionItaly
IssueLGBT housing discrimination
Statusvaries
Start DateMar 23, 2016
End Datenow
DescriptionIn Piedmont, housing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is forbidden.
Sourceshttps://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbt https://www.regione.piemonte.it/web/temi/diritti-politiche-sociali/diritti/antidiscriminazioni/legge-regionale-contro-discriminazioni#:~:text=La%20legge%20regionale%20n.,le%20norme%20generali%20dell'argomento.


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Deleted by Notdog1996. It varies by region. Also, the hate speech part is irrelevant to this entry. This is housing discrimination

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ValueNo protections(REMOVED)
Value Special(REMOVED)Varies by Region
Start DateOct 28, 2021Mar 23, 2016
NoteAccording to ILGA Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech at a national level. Also the new PM Giorgia Meloni has no plans to change this.In Piedmont, housing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is forbidden.
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According to ILGA Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech at a national level. Also the new PM Giorgia Meloni has no plans to change this. In Piedmont, housing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is forbidden.
Sourceshttps://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbthttps://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbt
https://www.regione.piemonte.it/web/temi/diritti-politiche-sociali/diritti/antidiscriminazioni/legge-regionale-contro-discriminazioni#:~:text=La%20legge%20regionale%20n.,le%20norme%20generali%20dell'argomento.
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https://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbt https://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbt https://www.regione.piemonte.it/web/temi/diritti-politiche-sociali/diritti/antidiscriminazioni/legge-regionale-contro-discriminazioni#:~:text=La%20legge%20regionale%20n.,le%20norme%20generali%20dell'argomento.

Revision by Sam01it. Improved syntax

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NoteAccording to ilga Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech. Also due to the new leader Giorgia Meloni she has no plans to change this. Moreover over 40% of Italians face discrimination from others. Giorgia Meloni has limited the protections for Same-sex couples. It doesn't seem other region have made it illegal and it's barelyAccording to ILGA Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech at a national level. Also the new PM Giorgia Meloni has no plans to change this.
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According to ilga Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech. Also due to the new leader Giorgia Meloni she has no plans to change this. Moreover over 40% of Italians face discrimination from others. Giorgia Meloni has limited the protections for Same-sex couples. It doesn't seem other region have made it illegal and it's barely ILGA Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech at a national level. Also the new PM Giorgia Meloni has no plans to change this.
Sources https://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbt
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https://www.gay.it/rainbow-europe-map-2023-italia-al-34-posto-su-49-paesi-per-uguaglianza-e-tutela-delle-persone-lgbt

Revision by danlev. Removing spam source. Source needed.

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Sourceshttps://www.lemonde.fr
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Revision by Vito12. Making this change because it is not correct.

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Value(REMOVED)No protections
Noteas of 2023 some regions have approved anti discrimination lawsAccording to ilga Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech. Also due to the new leader Giorgia Meloni she has no plans to change this. Moreover over 40% of Italians face discrimination from others. Giorgia Meloni has limited the protections for Same-sex couples. It doesn't seem other region have made it illegal and it's barely
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as of 2023 some regions have approved anti discrimination laws According to ilga Europe, Italy does not provide any protections to hate crime and hate speech. Also due to the new leader Giorgia Meloni she has no plans to change this. Moreover over 40% of Italians face discrimination from others. Giorgia Meloni has limited the protections for Same-sex couples. It doesn't seem other region have made it illegal and it's barely

Revision by Samuel_NOT_Samuele. added

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ValueNo protections(REMOVED)
NoteNo protection mods are abusing this and using misinformation as of 2023 some regions have approved anti discrimination laws
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No protection mods are abusing this and using misinformation as of 2023 some regions have approved anti discrimination laws

Revision by Vito12. Making this change because it is not correct.

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ValueSexual orientation and gender identityNo protections
NoteOn 28 October 2021, the Chamber of Deputies approved in a 271—16 vote a proposed infrastructure law containing a provision which made it illegal to display advertisement containing homophobic or transphobic messages on streets and vehicles. The draft law was approved by the Senate as well on 4 November in a 190—34 vote. In both Houses, the Government used its powers under the Standing Orders to force a single vote on the whole Bill, contrary to the usual procedure, whereby a vote on the full Bill must be preceded by a vote on each Article and on each proposed amendment. This forced MPs who opposed the anti-discrimination provision but supported other parts of the Bill to vote in favour. The proposal was ultimately signed into law by President Sergio Mattarella on 9 November and came into force on 10 November. No protection mods are abusing this and using misinformation
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On 28 October 2021, the Chamber of Deputies approved in a 271—16 vote a proposed infrastructure law containing a provision which made it illegal to display advertisement containing homophobic or transphobic messages on streets and vehicles. The draft law was approved by the Senate as well on 4 November in a 190—34 vote. In both Houses, the Government used its powers under the Standing Orders to force a single vote on the whole Bill, contrary to the usual procedure, whereby a vote on the full Bill must be preceded by a vote on each Article and on each proposed amendment. This forced MPs who opposed the anti-discrimination provision but supported other parts of the Bill to vote in favour. The proposal was ultimately signed into law by President Sergio Mattarella on 9 November and came into force on 10 November. No protection mods are abusing this and using misinformation

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