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IDAHOT2017 Country page: Uruguay


The IDAHOT day is firmly written into the country’s diary. Civil society and authorities join hands throughout the country to celebrate it. On the 16th, the Spanish Cultural Center in conjunction with the Diversity Office of Montevideo city will inaugurate the HUB ARTIVISMO exhibition of Venezuelan artist Daniel Arzola. More info of this event here More detailed information on the Country’s …

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IDAHOT 2017 Country Page: South Africa


The Gender Equity Unit – University of Western Cape (UWC): IDAHOT 2017; May 16 – 18 Pride March and Hosting of Flag; May 16, 1:00 p.m. @ ResRife Homophobia/biphobia /transphobia; May 17, 6:30 p.m. @ Cassinga Residence, A-Block, Tv room Networking and Appreciation; May 18, 5:30 @ Gender Equality Unit @ University of Western Cape (UWC), Robert Sobukwe Rd, Bellville, Cape Town The Love Not …

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Loving makes a Family in Nepal


People often say LGBTIQ don’t have family, they are wrong. When I knew myself as a child, I was already in a family, every one loved me and brought me up so delicately. I went to school, soon the teachers and fellow students became my family, which included people from different ethnic backgrounds. In college also I found myself in a …

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“Hate is not a Nepali value” says IDAHOT program


From Nepali Times   “So what do you remember, Aaron?” is a question posed, 10 years after the incident, to one of the two murderers who beat Matthew Shephard to death in 1998 in a small town in the US. The question is asked by a member of the theatre group that researched and documented the after-effects of that incident, …

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New York City Festival Honors Pulse Shooting Victimes for IDAHOT


from The second installment of New York City’s FUERZAfest – NYC’s first Latinx LGBTQI festival – has just started and it couldn’t be timelier. Bringing together the worlds of fine arts, activism, theater and film, FUERZAfest is a collective initiative born around the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Its goals are to shine light on the erasure and violence suffered …

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