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Send an email to the Russian Embassy.

The Russian authorities have passed recently so called "anti-gay" law which bans anything considered pro-gay: gay rallies, pride parades, holding hands in public by gay people, wearing rainbow suspenders or displaying rainbow flags. Any individual using the internet to share information about LGBT topics can be subject to fines. This law applies also to foreigners visiting Russia. This so called "anti propaganda" law is undoubtedly in conflict with Russia's human rights obligations. This suppression of freedom of speech is inconsistent with the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the European Convention for Human Rights.

Express your solidarity with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people in Russia - send an email to the Russian Embassy.

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Ewa Holuszko in Dublin

Ewa Holuszko humand rights, LGBT rights campaigner, Polish Solidarity movement hero visits Dublin in August. 

Ewa wa as inspiration for Foreign Bodies the drawa written by Julia Holewinska and presented by Polish Theatre Ireland in Project Art Centre Dublin 22 July - 3 August.
Post show discussions take place on 24th July, 26th July and 1st August.

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Submit Your Writing To LGBT Drama Group

National Coming Out Day has been created to recognise and celebrate how important the coming out process still is in terms of the visibility of the LGBT community.

Acting Out would like to encourage you to submit a drama about coming out.

They will choose six of the best submissions, and those will be performed in Dublin on National Coming Out Day on October 11.

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Anti-gay law in Russia

On Tuesday 16th July a coalition of LGBT organizations, civil-society groups, political parties and public representatives handed  in a protest letter to the Russian Embassy in Dublin.

Read the letter

Anna Grodzka will lead Pride Parade in Dublin

Anna Grodzka, Polish transgender MP, will be the Grand Marshal of the Dublin Pride 2013

“Dublin Pride is delighted to announce that Anna Grodzka will be our grand marshal this year. Dublin Pride strive to be representative of all groups within our community and Anna is a wonderful role model not only to transgender people but to all of us,” said Chris Procter, Pride Festival Chairperson.

In her letter accepting invitation to Pride Anna Grodzka stated: “It is a great honour for me to be the Grand Marshal of Dublin Pride. I wish on June 29 we will go jointly in solidarity together fighting for justice, equality and the fair conditions for a dignified life for all, here in Ireland, back in my country and indeed worldwide. We not only have right to do so, but this is our duty. Equality and diversity are inseparable, without them we cannot built really fair, inclusive society.”

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