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IDAHOT 2017 Country page: Paraguay


More detailed information on the Country page of the Spanish IDAHOT site As is now traditional, the Day will be celebrated in Paraguay with a Kiss-in. This year, the motto is “Love is not a disorder. Love is health, equality and rights”. It is organised by the organisations SOMOSGAY, LESVOS, GayLatino and the Paraguayan LGBT federation. via GIPHY

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IDAHOT 2017 Country page: Honduras


During the month of May, an LGBT film festival is organised by various organisations of sexual and gender minorities, during which 7 films will be screened.             Meanwhile the national committee for sexual diversity organises a forum on « discrimination and human rights » to open a space for dialogue to advance the rights of sexual and …

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IDAHOT 2017 Country page: Bolivia


More detailed information on the Country page of the Spanish IDAHOT site From 15-17, the city of La Paz organises the international summit “Ahead with the conquest of LGBT rights”, with participation from Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru, with support from the EU and the Dutch Humanist aid organisation HIVOS More information on the event’s Facebook Page       From the …

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IDAHOT 2017 Country page: El Salvador


More detailed information on the Country page of the Spanish IDAHOT site El Salvador will celebrate IDAHOT with a special event coordinated by the regional Trans network RedLacTrans with the support of UNAIDS, UNDP, the Robert Carr Fund, Heartland Alliance, The Global Fund and the International HIV Alliance. This event will launch RedLacTrans’ community base system to report and monitor …

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Chelsea Manning to be released on IDAHOT 2017


In one of his last moves in office, President Obama commuted all but four months of the remaining prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the Army intelligence analyst convicted of a 2010 leak that revealed American military and diplomatic activities across the world. As reported by the New York Times, “the decision by Mr. Obama rescued Ms. Manning, who twice tried to kill herself last …

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