In Salzburg, Austria, activists, members of the LGBTQI community and allies celebrated IDAHOT at the walk4IDAHOT for the 3rd time.
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walk4IDAHOT is now getting into is 3rd round and is organised by Bernhard Damoser, the initiator of HOSI Salzburg, Grüne andersum, ÖH Salzburg and SOHO Salzburg. The Office for Women of the city of Salzburg supported the event.
For this year, the organisers decided on the title „Breaking Barriers with LOVE!“
Over 300 people took part in the walk. Amongst them were representative of the province Martina Berthold as well as Vice-Mayor of the city of Salzburg Anja Hagenauer. The march started at 2pm on May 16 at the main station and included a number of stops with speeches on LGBTI-related topics along the way. The march went through the city for about 3km and ended at the Glockengasse. The march was accompanied by music programme.
Like the years before there was also an Afterparty at the 3Stein Gaybar.
Find more details here.
Es Wird Besser Osterreich and the City of Vienna Anti-Discrimination Unit for Lesbian, Gay, and Transgender People hosted a panel discussion titled “Building Bridges for LGBTI Youth” for IDAHOT. Dan Savage and Terry Miller participated on the panel as special guests.