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Croatia – IDAHOTB 2018 Country Page

Smoqua 2 – Festival of Queer and Feminist Culture, to be held in Rijeka (Croatia) from May 17th – May 19th As this is 2nd edition of Smoqua and LORI marks IDAHOT for 6th year in row in Rijeka, we have decided to go a bit further this year and ‘queer-up’ our city on IDAHOT in order to point out …

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IDAHOT 2017 country page: Croatia


Zagreb Pride: Gilbert Baker Salute – Flag Salute – street action and razing rainbow flags across Croatia’s capital to commemorate late Gilbert Baker and to launch Zagreb Pride Month; May 17 from 6:30 p.m. @ Trg Franklina Roosevelta, Zagreb Dugine obitelji / Rainbow Families: IFED/IDAHOT Celebration; May 7 from 4 p.m. @ LGBT Center, Petrinjska 27, Zagreb Students of Rijeka Medical School, University …

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IDAHOT Events 2015: Croatia

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In Croatia, Zagreb Pride organised a gala event on May 17 to bring together the LGBTIQ community, institution representatives and members of international community living in Zagreb. The program was aimed to be both political and cultural, with the main goal to raise both awareness and funds for LGBTQ youth project and programs in Croatia. The event will also include multi-medial performances and …

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IDAHOT Report 2014: Croatia

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Croatia As in Serbia, many thousands of people were affected by floods in Croatia, in the lead up to May 17, making some actions non-viable, and shifting activists’ attentions to supporting relief work. Nevertheless, various events did take place around the IDAHOT 2014, with actions planned in the cities of Zagreb and Rijeka, and on the mountain range of Petrova …

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Zagreb Pride, Croatia, joins the IDAHOT 2014.


Zagreb Pride and Le Zbor have announced a series of events to commemorate the IDAHOT 2014, including a focus on LGBT Refugees, Asylum & Migration, and on the rise of neoconservative movements in Europe and a joint celebration of the historical victory against fascism in WW2 and IDAHOT.

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