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IDAHOT 2017 Country page: Moldova

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  CHISINAU — A protest march organized by Moldova’s LGBT community on May 21 in the capital, Chisinau, was halted after just several hundred meters as police sought to avert a confrontation with participants in a counterprotest made up of “Orthodox priests and believers.” On May 17, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, 10 ambassadors to Moldova issued …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: Moldova


Moldova this year saw the 15th annual Pride Festival, held to coincide with IDAHOT 2016. The 6-day event was held in locations across Chisinau. The broad and varied list of activities included talks and workshops, film screenings, pubic discussion and even karaoke! The festival also had a number of events focusing on safe sex practices and sexual health within the …

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15th Annual Moldova Pride to be celebrated on IDAHOT 2016

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Moldova is celebrating its 15th annual Pride events this year starting on IDAHOT (May 17) and running until May 22. The 6-days will be packed with amazing activities, including a flag raising ceremony, a small conference, the annual Pride March, and a rainbow fair, as well as a karaoke battle and safer sex promotion party. Details on Gender-Doc website Programme …

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IDAHOT Events 2015: Moldova

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In Moldova, the 3rd Annual Pride March for Equality took place on May 17 and was organised by GenderDoc-M. Despite disruption by anti-protesters, the march went through the city of Chisinau. Read the statement by the UN Human Rights Office who supported the march here: “Enough with fears, prejudices and stereotypes—it is time to come out of the closet… it is time to …

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IDAHOT Report 2014: Moldova

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Moldova The country’s first ever LGBTI pride march was organized in Moldova in commemoration of the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia 2014, with the support of the UN Human Rights Office. About 300 participants – including some members of LGBTI communities in Eastern Europe, as well as diplomats and representatives of NGOs – took part in Chişinău’s “March for …

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