An inaugural gay-pride parade has taken place in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad. Around 200 people attended the event on May 17, organized to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. The event was the first such parade in Serbia to be held outside Belgrade.
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PROGRAM IN ENGLISH MONOfficial opening, Panel discussion “Visibility of the needs of LGBTI* people in public policies” and cocktail Photo exhibition opening ”TransBalkan” – Aleksandar Crnogorac Openng Party TUEPanel discussion by young LGBT ”It seems I am (it is) changing /Чини ми се мења(м) се”Movie screening “Love me” by Ada Sokolovic (Bosnia and Hercegovina)Movie screening “Silvana” by Christina Tsiobanelis, Olivia Kastebring, Mika GustafsonSweden Party Vol 2WEDFree of charge and confidential HIV testingForum Theatre performance on the topic of school discriminationParents are cooking for youTHUFree of charge and confidential HIV testingPublic lecture ”Why homosexuality and transexuality are (not) illness? Da se zna! volunteersFRIPride assemblyDrag Up Your Life + Party
The Gay-Straight-Alliance will host the Rainbow Awards on 17th at Belgrade City Hall