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IDAHOT Report 2014: Croatia

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Croatia As in Serbia, many thousands of people were affected by floods in Croatia, in the lead up to May 17, making some actions non-viable, and shifting activists’ attentions to supporting relief work. Nevertheless, various events did take place around the IDAHOT 2014, with actions planned in the cities of Zagreb and Rijeka, and on the mountain range of Petrova …

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IDAHOT report 2014: Lebanon

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Lebanon Saturday, May 17, 2014, marked the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia worldwide and in Lebanon. Though traditionally seen as one of the most open countries in the Middle East, Lebanon still imposes significant legal and social discrimination against gay and transgender individuals. Activists from across the sexual orientation spectrum joined Lebanese gay rights group Helem on Saturday to …

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May 17 2014 in Vancouver, Canada !


Various groups have announced a diverse series of events in Vancouver, Canada for the International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia 2014. Communities will gather for a cultural event and panel discussion on LGBTIQ* refugees in Canada, as well as for ‘Gay & Grey’ – a conversation over breakfast about what it means to be LGBTQ, out, and aging. Events to …

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Zagreb Pride, Croatia, joins the IDAHOT 2014.


Zagreb Pride and Le Zbor have announced a series of events to commemorate the IDAHOT 2014, including a focus on LGBT Refugees, Asylum & Migration, and on the rise of neoconservative movements in Europe and a joint celebration of the historical victory against fascism in WW2 and IDAHOT.

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