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LGBT History Month. Visual Art

The catalog LGBT History Month. Visual Art was published whit the support of Erste Fundation and contains two contemporary art projects: LGBT Humanity and Inside Insights, inspired by the life of the LGBT community. The two projects analyze Romanian society from an LGBT point of view. Censorship, discrimination, stereotyping, fear, invisibility, lack of recognition are problems that community members face daily. Beyond the negative aspects of reality these projects, show the culture diversity that, despite marginalization, is dynamic and alive.

The catalog is free and may be picked up at the headquarters of ACCEPT 10 Lirei, Sector 2, Bucharest.

LGBT History Month. Visual art includes two exhibitions organized in the first two editions of the History Month in Romania (2012 and 2013): LGBT Humanity and Inside Insights. The exhibition was curated by Valentina Iancu, and the photos included in the catalogue have been made by Oana Lohan and Lea Rasovszky. The Catalogue includes, besides artworks, theoretical texts signed by Mihaela Cirjan, Valentina Iancu, Daniela Prisacariu and Alina Tudor. Monba Petre did the graphic design.

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Appeal for an European election campaign free from discrimination and intolerance

On 19 March, the main European political parties are joining ILGA-Europe and ENAR to launch an Appeal for an election campaign free from discrimination and intolerance. Together, we reassert the EU’s democratic and inclusive values. We combat incitement to discrimination, prejudice, stigmatisation and confusion.

On Wednesday 19 March, ILGA-Europe (the European region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association) and ENAR (the European Network Against Racism) are launching the Appeal for an European election campaign free from discrimination and intolerance with a press conference in the European Parliament.

The 2014 European Parliament elections are taking place in a context marked by the crisis and the rise of extremist parties in different parts of the European Union. Exclusion and intolerance represent a real threat for the human rights of many European citizens, in particular members of ethnic, religious and/or sexual minorities.

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The EU: still a leader on human rights and LGBTI equality?

A political debate on the EU’s next 5-year agenda, human rights and LGBTI equality

Wednesday, 12 February 2014
17.30 – 19.00
Brussels Press Club
Address: Rue Froissart 95
1000 Brussels

The European Region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association invites to the Brussels launch of its European elections campaign 2014 “Come Out”.