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Switzerland – IDAHOTB 2018 Country Page

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The University of Geneva announces the following programme 12H – Hall d’Uni Mail – Droits LGBT à l’université et ailleurs Travaux de la Law Clinic Signature de la Charte de la diversité par l’Université de Genève, en présence du Recteur Yves Flückiger Performance de LUD 10H – 15H – Hall d’Uni Mail – Stands Activités d’informations et de sensibilisation 16h15 …

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IDAHOT 2017 country page: Switzerland


Ville Ge and The Pansy Project: Poster campaign in Geneva; May 15 – 28;  May 17 at 12:00 p.m. Flashmob “Thoughts against homophobia and transphobia” @ University of Geneva – Uni Mail, Boulevard du Pont-d’Arve 40, Geneva; “Plant a flower against violence”; May 20 at 2:00 p.m. @ Maleny, Kiosque du Jardin Anglais, Geneva UNIGE Egalité, Egalité et Diversité dans la ville, Bureau …

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IDAHOT Events 2016: Switzerland

Organisations in Switzerland have created a specific IDAHOT FB page and an interactive map to report on MAY 17 activities across the federation. From parties to conferences, the celebrations will span over 13 locations. In the Eastern part of the country, the national HIV prevention organisation AHSGA will screen special IDAHOT messages in their trains, encouraging safe same-sex flirting! The city of …

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IDAHOT Events 2015: Switzerland


In Switzerland, Dialogai and Pinkcross  celebrated IDAHOT, highlighting the global theme LGBTQI Youth and focussing on LGBTI refugees. The situation of LGBTI Refugees in Switzerland LGBTI refugees and their situation in Switzerland are the focal points of Pinkcross’ project. To debate this issue they  invited activists, politicians, refugees and medias for a work in progress event. The goal was to …

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IDAHOT Report 2014: Switzerland

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Dialogai, the Federation of LGBT organizations in Geneva (Fédération genevoise des associations LGBT) and the Rainbow Families are currently organising a number of events for May 17 in Geneva and Bern

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