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IDAHOT 2017 country page: Hungary


Stereo Akt and Szemtől szembe / Face to Face: Kézfogó Flashmob / The Hand-Holding Flashmob 2017; May 17 from 6:30 p.m. @ Jurányi Produkciós Közösségi Inkubátorház, Jurányi Utca, Budapest

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Hungary


Activists and artists in Budapest this year helped to celebrate IDAHOT 2016 with one of the best public events in recent years. Following on from their successful flashmob action in 2015, performers and campaigners from Szemtõl Szembe and Stereo Akt organized a day of miniature flashmobs as part of a broader performance event on discrimination in the country. The event …

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Looking Ahead: Hungary in 2016


LGBT activists and performance artists from Budapest will once again hold a special IDAHOT flashmob on May 17th. Organised by Szemtõl Szembe and Stereo Akt, the flashmob will be held in a public local in Budapest and will aim to raise awareness of issues facing LGBT young people across Hungary. More news will be announced as details are confirmed. Please follow …

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IDAHOT Events 2015: Hungary

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In Hungary, the celebrations of IDAHOT included a focus on Trans issues at a screening as well as online campaign and a flashmob with hundreds of hands reaching out. The Transgender Association Transvanilla hosted a screening together with with TranszPont (a FB group for trans people and their allies) followed by a discussion on 14 May and organised an online campaign against …

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IDAHOT Report 2014: Hungary

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Hungary In Hungary, the International Gay and Lesbian Youth Organisation, IGLYO, organised an IDAHOT seminar in Budapest, together with partners. The organisation Háttér organised a seminar focused on human rights and the legal status of LGBTQI people. In Szeged, the organisation Colorful Circles also organised a seminar which aimed to sensibilise mainly people working in the educational sector to LGBTI …

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