Under the banner of ‘I’m not giving up’ Belgrade Pride 2019 is successfully held.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Belgrade Pride under the slogan ‘I’m not giving up’ was successfully held without any major incidents on Sunday 15th September in Belgrade, Serbia.  Organizers say around 2,000 people attended, marking the sixth consecutive year that Pride marches have successfully taken place in Belgrade without being banned by local authorities.  Amongst those in attendance was Serbia’s Prime Minister, Ana Brnabic – the only openly lesbian Head of Government – who suggested the event signaled that “Serbia is a truly open and tolerant society.” Activists, though, dispute this and stress that each year their demands have remained the same; reflecting a…


Activists from the region join Belgrade Pride 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Over a hundred LGBTI+ activists and civil society organisations from across the Western Balkans joined Belgrade Pride last Sunday (15 September).  In the spirit of solidarity, activists from Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Bosnia & Herzegovina made their way to Serbia’s capital to show support to Belgrade Pride. Dozens of activists from Greece, Norway, Belarus and the United States were also amongst the crowd, sharing experiences with one another on the struggles they face in their respective communities.  Most guests from the region arrived for the entire Pride Week, which featured over 70 cultural and informative events including…


What EuroPride 2022 in Belgrade will bring to Balkans and LGBTI+ community in Europe?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] EuroPride 2022 in Belgrade will be a landmark event for Europe’s entire LGBTI+ community. Away from the colourful celebrations which embody Pride marches across the continent, a struggle for basic human rights is in full-swing on its eastern frontiers. The LGBTI+ community remains one of the most discriminated groups in the Western Balkans, while legislations on same-sex partnerships and gender identity are yet to be adopted. Hosting EuroPride outside the European Economic Area (EEA) for the first time will, therefore, not only leave a meaningful legacy in the region, but recapture a fighting spirit amongst Europe’s Pride movements. It…


Mr Tree: from Stonewall to Belgrade

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Belgrade’s Pride Info Centre had the pleasure of hosting Fredd E. “Tree” Sequoia – an LGBT+ activist and participant of the Stonewall riots in New York.  A bartender at the Stonewall Inn, Tree was witness to the very moment that ignited the LGBT+ cause, the police raid and the subsequent riots which unfolded on 28 June 1969. He told a packed crowd at the Pride Info Centre that “nobody expected that such an uprising would result that night and the ripple effect it had on the LGBT+ cause worldwide…I had never broken windows. I never shook a police car.…



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Brza i adekvatna reakcija državnih organa i javna osuda predstavnika vlasti na govor mržnje i zločine motivisane mržnjom prema LGBT+ zajednici


Usvajanje lokalnih akcionih planova za LGBT+ zajednicu


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