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Statutory Documents

Statuses, Bi-laws and Charter of Values – Available for download Statuses (Approved Statuses 2013) By-laws (Approved By-laws 2013) Charter of Values (Approved Charter 2013)

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Past Campaign Themes

2004/2005: For the Recognition of an International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) 2005/2006: For a Universal Decriminalisation of Homosexuality 2006/2007: No to Homophobia, Yes to Education 2007/2008: No more Lesbophobia 2008/2009: Against Transphobia and for the Respect of Gender Identity 2009/2011: Religions, Homophobia, Transphobia (Global Kiss-In; Cures That Kill) 2011/2012: Fighting Homophobia in and through Education [&hellip

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The International IDAHO Committee was set up by the founders of the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia in 2004. Our objective is to make the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia a global awareness and mobilisation moment that is a useful space for activists to act at all levels. We act all year round to make the Day known …

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Partners & Sponsors

The IDAHO Committee is mainly supported by: The Arcus Foundation HIVOS The IDAHO Committee has also received financial contributions from: Thomson Reuters Freedom House French Ministry for Youth Paris City Council The Arts Collective “Entrée Payante” The IDAHO Committee works in close collaboration with organisations in over hundred countries worldwide, international organisations, governments and intergovernmental agencies.

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Position on Biphobia & LGBTphobia

Bisexual people suffer from homophobia too The idea that identifying as bisexual is a way to avoid homophobia, or easier/safer than coming out as gay is a myth. The people who hate us don’t distinguish between us. homosexuality and bisexuality are ‘not exclusively heterosexual’ and therefore to be feared, hated, distrusted. In homophobic environments, whether schools or offices or households, …

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