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Guide to resources on LGBTQ+ in Eastern Europe: Croatia

Croatia Overview

LGBT map of Croatia

Homosexuality has been legal in Croatia since 1977. The status of same sex relationships was officially recognised in 2003 under the Law on Unregistered Cohabitations. In 2014 Croatian Parliament voted the Life Partnership Act which grants LGBT persons same rights as heterosexual couples, without the right to adopt children. Croatia has an academic community which is dedicated to the research to LGBT and Gender studies. 

 

Academic Institutions

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Dissertations

 

Selected articles

 

Data and statistics

 

Reports

 

Repositories and catalogues

 

Newsportals

Organisations

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This guide is produced and curated by UCL SSEES Library as part of the UCL European Institute’s Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Programme 2019.   

 


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