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Hundreds at the 4th LGBTI Pride Event in Tirana for IDAHOT


Hundreds of activists participated today at the 4th Pride event (the first took place in 2012) riding with bicycles at the Boulevard of Martyrs and Boulevard “King Zog I”. They protested for the domestic violence which LGBTI people are facing every day and they demanded to the Prime Minister Edi Rama to keep his promises.  Foreign ambassadors showed up at the …

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World of Sports speaks up for IDAHOT


This year, the world of sports gets particularly vocal to mark the IDAHOT FC Barcelona will no doubt rank top of the list of the most influential voices this year as the club signed a special Charter to fight homophobia and released a special video message that reached thousands of fans More information on FC Barcelona’s IDAHOT actions HERE The …

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IDAHOT events 2015: Iran


Justice for Iran (JFI) – 17 May 2015 The newly launched “6 Rang Mould Award“, targeting those who have caused the most offence to lesbian, gay and transgender people in Iran, has its first recipients. This marks the first time in history  when individuals in Iran are held accountable for their homophobic acts or comments. Mohammad Javad Larijani, a judiciary …

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IDAHOT events 2015: Japan

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In Kobe, members of the LGBTQI community went to the streets with an info booth to tell people about IDAHOT and raise awareness of LGBTQI issues. This has been the fifth time IDAHOT was celebrated in the city. You can follow IDAHOT Kobe on Twitter. A special website has been set up to collate information on IDAHOT actions in Japan. …

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United Nations and international human rights experts speak out for LGBT young people and children.


13 May 2015 – Speaking ahead of the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, a group of United Nations and international human rights experts* call for an end to discrimination and violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex young people and children.The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, a group of UN human rights experts, the Inter-American Commission …

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