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Companies mark IDAHOTB 2018 with actions and messages

  Corporations are more and more aware of the challenges and opportunities of Equality at the workplace. May 17th is being increasingly invested by companies and their LGBT networks as a day of mobilisation, action and reflection. At European level, the Work Place Pride network  organised a global conference in Amsterdam that focused on the global dimension of LGBT equality at …

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EY in full swing for workplace equality on IDAHOTB 2018


IDAHOTB is a key annual landmark for Unity – EY’s professional network for LGBT+ professionals and their allies. Unity has more than 4,600 members globally, hailing from all four of EY’s geographic Areas (Americas, Asia-Pacific, EMEIA [Europe, Middle East, India and Africa] and Japan). To mark IDAHOTB, Unity holds an annual global photographic competition, which is open to all EY people …

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Liberia – IDAHOTB 2018 Country Page

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The commemoration of IDAHOTB 2018 in Liberia began with a pre-media event, which involved giving an overview on the IDAHOT 2018 why it was necessary for Liberia and various stakeholders to participate in joining members of the LGBTI population in the celebrations. The theme adopted for the national IDAHOT 2018 celebration was: “Togetherness for Inclusion.” Some of the LGBTI persons …

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My Own Private and Public IDAHOBIT – A Personal May 17 Story from a Bi and Trans Activist from Down Under


Report From Sally Goldner’s own private (and mostly public!) IDAHOBIT   So May 17th is behind us for another year. It was, here in the land of Vegemite sandwiches, the first May with marriage equality – this gives some cause for celebration of achievement and some a reminder that there are still many rivers to cross. Wednesday 16th the mighty …

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IDAHOTB events celebrated all through the Middle East and North Africa


The Arab Foundation for Equality publishes an impressive list of creative and brave events. In 2018, 30 events were registered, up from 18 the previous year. A sign that the LGBT civil society is growing in strength, courage and visibility, despite the increasingly harsh crackdowns from all sides. Kudos to all the activists! See AFE’s report on their special IDAHOTB …

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