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IDAHOT Reports 2016

IDAHOT Report 2016: The UK

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The United Kingdom once again showed an amazing commitment to IDAHOT, with a whole host of events and actions held across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Efforts in support of the day were also seen on an international scale, and from within the political establishment. The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the central body for all UK diplomatic and …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Denmark

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Denmark this year showed one of the most important commitments to IDAHOT 2016. Efforts from activists, campaigners and policy makers helped this year to make Denmark one a center of IDAHOT activity in Europe, and one of the most important countries on an international scale. The 4th annual IDAHO Forum this year took place in Copenhagen, where policy makers, campaigners …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Singapore

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Activists from GBT men’s group SGRainbow this year help a number of events aimed at supporting GBT men in Singapore, as well as the broader LGBT community. The day of events included a nature bike ride and several events focused around health and wellbeing, including the opportunity to gain health advice and useful resources. The events are also part of …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Greece

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Greece this year saw a number of smaller community events, including several casual events organized within the LGBT community, as well as some ongoing campaigns from a number of organisations. In Athens, youth action group AEGEE_Athina hosted a number of young LGBTI activists from across Europe for a weekend of youth-focused talks, workshops and activism. The campaign camp, Beyond The …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Tunisia

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Tunisian feminist and LGBT activists once again came together this year to hold the second edition of Chouftouhonna, Tunisia’s International Feminist Art Festival. The festival ran throughout the IDAHOT period and featured art and performances from campaigners and profressional artists, that included several pieces focused on the experiences of LGB women. On an international level, an online campaign was launched …

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