NGOs and Associations

Here you can find a list of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and associations. These organisations should be specialised in supporting you if you have problems connected to human rights violations, discrimination, torture or similar problems or to solve these problems for you.

As you can tell from our experience, it is often difficult to get these organisations and associations to do their job. We are happy to explain more to you or to send you the answers we received from these organisations.

We would like to hear about your experiences too.

NameDescriptionOur experienceCorrespondence / ConclusionLink to website
ACCEPT RomaniaACCEPT is the first Romanian non-governmental organization to defend and promote the rights of LGBTs (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders).Only bad experiences 🙁 🙁 🙁Web Link
Schwulenberatung BerlinFor over 35 years, Schwulenberatung Berlin has been helping gay and bisexual men in need of advice.Good experience 🙂Web Link
QUEERAMNESTY Amnesty InternationalQueeramnesty are USUALLY advocates for people who are persecuted because of their active and non-violent involvement in defending and promoting LGBTI rights.Only bad experiences 🙁 🙁 🙁Allegedly volunteers wrote an incredible reply to our parents. Approximately 2 years later, we tried on the advice of various NGO to re-establish contact, but it came back incredible... despite total change about the situation! HERE more about the scandal...Web Link
Amnesty International - GermanyAmnesty International is an NGO and NPO which defends and promotes human rights.
Only bad experiences 🙁 🙁 🙁Web Link
Hilfe für Deutsche im AuslandThis association offers a 24-hour-hotline. If requested, it contacts family/acquaintances/employers in Germany,
explains the emergency situation and suggests an optimal solution.
Nice phone conversations 🙂Web Link