Here you are some video from our office, podcast, declaration and communications.
National Equality and Diversity Awards, 22nd March, 2018
International Coming Out Day: Israeli LGBT* movie premiere in Vilnius, 11th October, 2017
Social Campaign “Rainbow Bus”: Protest Next to the Embassy of the Russian Federation, 13th May, 2017
BP16 Concert ft. LaDiva Live, 18th June, 2016
Paulius Skruibis: Psychologist Paulius Skruibis: homosexuality or bisexuality is not a mental disorder. LGL and manoteises.lt video, June 2016
Gabrielė Labanauskaitė: Let the Rainbow Shine for Everybody! LGL and manoteises.lt video, June 2016
Paulius Ambrazevičius: “I Feel Good About Supporting LGBT* Human Righsts”. LGL and manoteises.lt video, May 2016
Dovilė Šakalienė: “We need to stop bullying”. LGL and manoteises.lt video, May 2016
Baltic Pride 2016 promotional video, March 2016
Social video of LGL’s social campaign #TRANS_LT (short version), December 2015
Social video of LGL’s social campaign #TRANS_LT (full version), December 2015
Trailer of the film “We can be gay today!” about Baltic Pride 2013.
An invitation to LGL’s 21st Birthday party. Features some of our staff members and volunteers.
Video for LGL’s campaign “CHANGE IT“, on 11 August 2014
Rainbow Days 2014 in Vilnius
Video commemorating the Transgender Day of Remembrance, 2013
LGLicious! Invitation to the LGL birthday party, on 6 December 2013
On 11 October our office finally came out! A video is showing up who we are and what is LGL for us. So, happy Coming Out Day 2013 from LGL! Here is the first video podcast, which will bring you “behind the scenes” of LGL’s office. We are COMING OUT! Enjoy!
Video on tolerance and diversity in the Lithuanian society
Diversity is of a benefit and not a disadvantage for the society!
OFFICIAL Baltic Pride 2013 Vilnius Promotional Video by François Message
Welcome to Baltic Pride 2013 Vilnius March for Equality!
Denisas Kolomyckis performance “Ritual Circle”
In 2010 the “Baltic Pride” has been taken place in Vilnius, Lithuania for the first time. About 500 people were marching for equality and for human rights.