International Partners

International Partners of LGBT Labour

The Labour movement is an internationalist movement and LGBT Labour supports that principle by working with LGBT groups of the Labour Party's sister parties.

Many of the groups work with us through Rainbow Rose in the European Parliament. We have online links with many of them through Twitter and Facebook. 

Rainbow RoseRainbow Rose - EU

LGBT Labour affiliates to Rainbow Rose - the LGBT Network of the Party of European Socialists in the European Union. Rainbow Rose is the group that brings together the LGBT groups of the left of centre parties in Europe.

www.rainbowrose.eu

Labour LGBT - Ireland

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Group within the Irish Labour Party. They campaign toLabour LGBT push forward LGBT rights, concerns and issues within the Irish Labour Party, the LGBT community and the general public in Ireland.

LGBT Labour has very strong links with our Irish sister group.

www.labour.ie

LGBT Labour - MaltaLGBTLMalta

LGBT Labour is the LGBT network within Malta's movement of Progressives and Moderates. They work within the Maltese Labour Party against homophobia and in favour of civil rights for LGBT people.

www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=313067292802

 

Swedish Social DemocratsSweden

Hbt(s) is the LGBT group working within the Swedish Social-Democratic Party.

www.socialdemokraterna.se/hbts

 

Socialistes LGBTSocialistes LGBT - France

The LGBT group of the French Socialist Party is our sister group in France. They campaing for LGBT rights in the French Republica and work with us in the EU through Rainbow Rose.

www.hes-france.org/

 

SoHo - Austraian Social DemocratsAustria

Soho is the LGBT group of the Austrain Social Democrats. 

www.soho.or.at/glbt/

 

Schwusos - German Social DemocratsSPD

Schwusos is the LGBT group of the German SPD and our German sister group. They have the same aims and objectives with the SPD as LGBT Labour does with the Labour Party.

www.schwusos.de/

Dutch Labour Party (PVDA)Dutch Labour

The Dutch Labour Party is one of our partners through Rainbow Rose. LGBT Labour has some members from the Dutch party.

www.homo-emancipatie.pvda.nl/

SDPL - Polish Social Democratsxx

The SDPL are not formally party of the left of centre PES grouping in the Eu Parliament but they are a member of Rainbow Rose. Their LGBT group was the host and organiser of for the Rainbow Rose parties at EuroPride in Warsaw in 2010.

www.sdpl.pl/

Grupo LGTB del PSOE - Spainish Socialist Party PSOE

The PSOE are another of our partners through the European Parliament and their LGBT group is a partner group through Rainbow Rose.

www.psoe.es/ambito/lgtb/news/index.do

Stonewall DemocratsDemocrats - US

The Stonewall Democrats are the equivalent body for the US Democratic Party and we encourages exchanges between the two organisation particularly for general elections.

www.stonewalldemocrats.org/ NDP

NDP - Canada

The NDP is Labour's Canadian sister party, they have a federal structure for their LGBT group which is active in a number of states.

www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_2403793107

Rainbow Labour - New ZealandRainbow Labour

Rainbow Labour is the LGBT group of the New Zealand Labour Party. The internet has allowed us to build links with LGBT members of the New Zealand Labour Party.

http://rainbowlabour.org.nz/  

Rainbow Labor - Australia

Rainbow Labor is the LGBT group of the Australian Labor Party. As with New Zealand the internet has allowed us to build links with LGBT members of the Australian Labor Party.

Rainbow Labor

Rainbow Labor New South Wales\

www.rainbowlabor.org/pages/

 

Rainbow Labor Queensland

QLD

www.rainbowlabor.org.au/rlq/

 

Rainbow Labor Tasmania

Tasmania

www.facebook.com/rainbowlabortas

 

Rainbow Labor Southern Australia

SA Aus

www.facebook.com/rainbowlaborsa

 

 

Rainbow Labor Victoria

Victoria

www.vic.alp.org.au/about/our-friends/rainbow-labor/

 

 

ILGA EuropeILGA

LGBT Labour affiliates to ILGA-Europe which is a non-governmental umbrella organisation which represents its members, principally organisations of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, at the European level.

Its membership comprises around 300 organisations from throughout Europe. ILGA-Europe was established as a separate region of the ILGA in 1996. ILGA itself was founded in 1978.