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2018: A year of international judicial progress in LBGT+ rights
2018 has seen a flurry of activity in the advancement and development of LGBT+ rights in the international sphere. An exhaustive review of international LGBT+ rights would be beyond the scope of any single piece: the international landscape is far from homogenous; different countries and regions operate with different legal and social starting points. This series of blogs written by Schona Jolly QC and Nathan Roberts seeks to take a snapshot of where we are in 2018 as a result of some recent significant decisions across the Americas, Europe and India. It considers the relationship between judicial action and public reaction, and the portents for change in light of recent decisions.