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IDAHOT 2016 plans – More News from around the World


As preparations are well underway for IDAHOT 2016 we’re receiving daily updates from groups across the world on their plans for May 17th. In this newsletter is just a selection of some of the news and updates we’ve received in the last few days. We have decided not to mention a lot of interesting initiatives when we felt that this could jeopardize …

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IDAHOT Report 2015: United States

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In the United States of America widespread support was seen across the country. Actions were reported in at least 30 states, as well as in the halls of government, and many Americans from all backgrounds this year helped to make the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia one of the most successful yet. Despite the day cooinciding with graduation …

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For IDAHOT, IGLHRC asked to imagine a World without LGBT-Phobia


Cover Image source: IGLHRC website In commemoration of the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission partners and friends to share their vision of a World without Homophobia, Lesbophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. May 17th marks the 11th annual International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT), recognized worldwide as a day to …

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More an more actions announced for IDAHOT


The IDAHOT info flow has now reached its annual hectic peak, and we can once again marvel at the fantastic creativity of LGBT campaigners across the world. Like every year, we are receiving many messages from local groups and even individuals, confirming the IDAHOT is a moment that is accessible to everyone. In line with this year’s very popular theme …

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Asylum and Forced Migration


In recent years, a global discussion has finally emerged about the need to protect LGBTI forced migrants. Protection is particularly critical for refugees and asylum seekers fleeing regimes which tolerate – and in many cases support and perpetuate – violence and discrimination against sexual and gender minorities. Yet this discussion has only just broken through into the mainstream. At the …

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