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IDAHOT 2017 country page: Brazil

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As every year since the very first IDAHOT back in 2005, the country’s vibrates with activities from north to south and east to west, far too many to be all listed. A national IDAHOT Brazil coordination committee has been set up to curate information. To be added to the group, please contact comitenacionaldodia17maionobrasildaaliancanacionallgbti-subscribe@yahoogrupos.com.br and join the group on FAcebook  Among the highlights, a …

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Looking Ahead: Brazil in 2016

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A number of organisations will hold events in Brazil marking IDAHOT 2016. From small community gatherings to national initiatives, Brazil has promised a range of important and powerful events to mark the day. In line with our theme for 2016, a number of actions will focus on mental health and wellbeing. One of the country’s largest events will take place …

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IDAHOT Events 2015: Brazil

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As in previous years Brazil  hosted multiple activities throughout the country to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia The country page on the Spanish version of our website provides more detailed information. Highlights included: Pontal – Sao Paulo In the town of Pontal, Sao Paulo all schools held events during the week of May  17th, with various events …

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IDAHOT Report 2014: Brazil

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Brazil According to final figures released by ABGLT – the Brazilian national umbrella group for LGBT associations – a total of 183 events were held in Brazil around the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in 2014. Actions were held in at least 20 states, and in at least 55 towns and cities. Once again, this makes Brazil (along with …

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Everyday Activism and New Trans Masculine Communities in Brazil

For the International Transgender Day of Visibility 2014, a collective interview on emerging trans masculine communities in Brazil

“True militancy in Brazil, has nothing to do with NGOs. I was saying this to a friend of mine that works at a local LGBT referral centre. Militancy in Brazil you do like João Nery did it, like Benjamin is doing it, like I’m doing it, without being connected to an NGO or anything. It’s going there, opening people’s minds …

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