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IDAHOT Report 2016: Lebanon

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Lebanon this year saw a wonderful range of events, that not only had a strong focus on mental health and wellbeing, but also provided one of the best selection of actions from across the Middle East. In Beirut, the Lebanese Psychological Association launched a public statement to mark the day. The statement called upon policy makers and the psychology community …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Armenia

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Activists from a number of groups in Armenia this year came together to provide a program of joint actions and events to mark IDAHOT 2016. Led by Pink Armenia and with the support of New Generation NGO, the main event featured a film screening and public presentation by members of the local community on their personal experiences living as LGBT …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Hungary

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Activists and artists in Budapest this year helped to celebrate IDAHOT 2016 with one of the best public events in recent years. Following on from their successful flashmob action in 2015, performers and campaigners from Szemtõl Szembe and Stereo Akt organized a day of miniature flashmobs as part of a broader performance event on discrimination in the country. The event …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Albania

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Activists this year brought a full calendar of events to Albania, making Tirana and the country once again an amazing centre of LGBT activism. The Tirana Gay (p)Ride was held again for the 5th consecutive year. Hundreds of campaigners and supporters from the LGBT community joined together for a bicycle-powered pride event that took place across the city. As well …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: New Zealand

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In the city of Whanganui local LGBT campaign InsideOUT held a special event for LGBT young people for IDAHOT 2016. Shift Whanganui featured two days of workshops, talks and other activities for individuals aged 13 – 23. The aim of the day is to encourage young people to engage will various areas of activism and to foster diversity and acceptance …

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