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Celebrating IDAHOT for the first time: Insight into a milestone event


The International day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia has been celebrated in around 130 countries worldwide, even in those countries where LGBTQI people fear harsh punishment for their activities. Even in countries where activists don’t fear any legal consequences stigma and discrimination are still realities that create huge obstacles. But still, activists are coming together to find a way to …

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Breaking news: Portugal recognises May 17 as National Day against Discriminations

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From On Friday June 26th, the Portuguese Parliament unanimously approved a measure to formally adopt 17 May as the National Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia’. In doing so, the Parliament committed to “engage in fulfilling national and international commitments to combat homophobic and transphobic discrimination,” according to Publico. The text of the resolution reads that the day “is celebrated around the world and officially …

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Our annual summary report brings stories and pics from around the IDAHOT planet

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The IDAHOT 2015  summary report brings you information and pictures from all continents on the most creative and exciting actions which marked this year’s May 17 celebrations. The report is available in High Resolution Low Resolution A photo slide show with iconic images of this year’s mobilization is also available on our Facebook page (follow the link, then click on …

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Organisations worldwide Speak Up for LGBTQI Youth on IDAHOT

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Cover Image: Advocates for Youth Traditionally, many LGBTQI youth organisations and young activists participate in organising IDAHOT celebrations. Even more so this year, as “LGBTQI Youth” had been chosen to be the global focus issue for mobilisation. It can’t be doubted that LGBTQI young people are at higher risk of bullying, of exclusion, of being kicked out by their families and of …

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