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IDAHOT-IFED 2017: Celebrate Family Diversity

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International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) International Family Equality Day (IFED) 2017 “LOVE MAKES A FAMILY” Families are at the heart of all of our lives. Whether it’s the family we grew up with or the families we have built as adults. Whether they are families of biology or families of choice. We are all part of “families”, …

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Love makes a Family – Films and documentaries

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International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) International Family Equality Day (IFED) 2017 “LOVE MAKES A FAMILY”   In 2017, activists are invited to celebrate Families in all their forms. We are bringing you here a list of films and documentaries in which family relationships are a major component. We hope they can provide amazing contributions to your IDAHOT events. …

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Stories from the field: “NO FEAR” in Moldova !

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In Moldova, campaigners created a full-fledged campaign with a strongly defined strategy. They reveal the story behind the story, and what it took to have a profound impact on Moldovan public opinion. From Fabrica de imagine site and interview with Artiom Zavadovsky, GENDERDOC-M What was the context of the campaign? GENDERDOC-M Information Centre is the only NGO in Moldova that works in …

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Activist voices: “Our love is Constitutional”

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In the Balkan state of Kosovo, the President of the Republic himself participated in the IDAHOT march in 2016 ! Agim Margilaj, from the  Center for Social Group Development – CSGD -, tells us more about how this happened Is holding a public march in Kosovo a “risky business”? Kosovo is a very homophobic country. In a recent survey, only 3% of …

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Be opportunistic!

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It is incredibly difficult to grab the attention of an audience that is beyond your traditional “choir”. And to campaign, this is exactly what you need to do. Rather than spending a lot of energy (and probably limited resources) creating stories that will capture people’s attention, it might be more effective to surf on the wave of what already captures …

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