South Africa Country Page 2019

Durban beach walk happened as announced below. Full success ! Durban Beach Walk 2019Direction: Same Love Toti will be hosting their annual event, the IDAHOT Durban Beach Walk. It is a fun walk aimed at raising awareness around the violence...

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This site is powered by a very small team of volunteers dedicated to keeping track of what is cooking around the world for the Global Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. Ahead of May 17th celebrations, we are unfortunately not...

China country page 2019

Celebrations in China were very low-key in 2019. Many diplomatic missions marked the Day with events but organisations faced more severe restrictions than usual. For a good background information on this, read this excellent articles by AFP Hong Kong Event:...

Netherlands country page 2019

The national LGBTQI+ organisation COC annually awards the Jos Brink distinctions to coincide with global May 17 celebrations. This year, Emancipation minister Ingrid van Engelshoven awarded the Jos Brink Oeuvre prize 2019 to pioneer activist and former politician Joke Swiebel...

Australia Country Page 2019

Australia is among the countries where May 17 is celebrated most vividly, often under the acronym IDAHOBIT. We only list the events registered on our site but there are many more around the country. More information is available via various...

Canada country page 2019

Quebec: Fondation Emergence launches its annual MAY 17 campaign This year's focus is on online violence. This poster is available on the Foundation's site and in many languages on their Facebook page Everyday homophobic and transphobic messages are posted online......

Prague runs for fun on May 17

 Every year, FUN&RUN takes place at the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. The proceeds raised from the run will be used to support the LGBT peer-to-peer mentoring website Sbarvouven.cz and the refuge for HIV+ persons...

India Country page 2019

India's first LGBTQI Theater group to launch on May17 Thiruvananthapuram based LGBTQI organisation Queerythm announced that theater group Q Rang is gearing up for MAY 17 performance. Read more at:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/68519737.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst Event: Release of India's first LGBTQIA+ themed album QueerismDirection: Pragya Pallavi...

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