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Albania is one of only few European countries to explicitly ban discrimination on the basis of gender identity.

The law also exceeds EU minimum standards, which require that employers refrain from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

On 4 February 2010, the Albanian Parliament unanimously adopted a comprehensive anti-discrimination law which bans discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity.

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The EU Delegation in Tirana, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and ILGA Europe, the local and international media covered and condemned this statement, even the Prime Minister Sali Berisha condemned it publicly, but the Commissioner failed to follow up the case.

On the Albanian Parliament unanimously amended the criminal code and put hate crimes against sexual orientation and gender identity on par with an offense against gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, disability and so on.

In Serbia, the research project will also have a Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC) which will compare findings of the LGBTI community with those of the general population conducted earlier.

This will be one of the first efforts globally to provide comparable data in great detail.

Article 137 of the Crimes against Societal Moral of the Penal Code stated that: "Pederasty is punishable or up to ten years of freedom privation".

The word "pederasty" was used as a code word for sex between two consenting adults or sex between an adult and a child of any gender.

Albania, as a whole, is considered to be rather conservative, especially in public reactions regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights and visibility of LGBT people; however, anti-discrimination legislation have made ILGA-Europe regard Albania as one of a very few countries in Europe which explicitly bans discrimination on the grounds of gender identity. 12 to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, moreover Albania was a signatory to the 2007 UN Declaration on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

The People's Socialist Republic of Albania penalized same-sex sexual intercourse with long prison terms, bullying and ostracism.

The most disputed case of homophobia and hate speech was the case of Ekrem Spahiu Deputy Minister of Defense who stated to a local newspaper: “What remains to be done is to beat them up with a stick.

If you don't understand this, I can explain it: to beat them with a rubber stick”.

93.000 people responded to the survey which unfortunately did not include the Western Balkans.

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