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Indian State of Kerala announces pro-LGBT policies on IDAHOTB


From The Hindu The State government will make policies to bring sexual and gender minorities to the mainstream, Minister for Tourism Kadakampally Surendran has said. He was speaking at the inauguration of the two-day first anniversary celebration of Queerythym, which works in the city for the welfare of the LGBTIQ community, and on the occasion of International Day against Homophobia, …

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British Parliament to hold special IDAHOTB session


Nick Herbert, who chairs the LGBT Rights group in the British Parliament, informs us that  the group’s members have successfully campaigned for Parliament to hold a special 3-hour debate on 17 May (from around 2pm GMT) to mark IDAHOT, and that MPs from all parties have been invited to speak. There is a viewing gallery from which members of the public …

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Reports on IDAHOTB 2018 in Middle East and North Africa

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In the MENA region, LGBTIQ++ people continue to face invisibility, stigma, discrimination, and violence.  Despite growing movements, there persists a significant underrepresentation of gender, sexual, and bodily rights. The Arab Foundation for Freedoms and Equality has produced this website to shed light on all the work that is being done in the region to promote LGBTIQ++ rights. We will be …

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Australian school children repaint Police station to mark IDAHOTB

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From The About 400 students from seven schools threw paint-filled balloons at a Victorian police station to promote inclusion of the LGBT community. The colours used were those of the rainbow. The result was an 80m mural produced as part of a collaboration between Merri Health and Moreland City ahead of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, …

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News coming in from around the world for IDAHOTB 2018


In the country pages on this site you will find information on the events which were directly registered on it. There are hundreds of events happening around the worldwhich were not signalled to us . We will do our best to report on these other events too. We will do so mainly on social media, so follow us on Facebook …

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