In the period between 2013 and 2015 the National LGBT* Rights Association LGL together with its international partners has successfully implemented the project “QuPiD: Queer Pathways into Diversity”, funded by the European Union Life Long Learning Programme “Gruntvig”. The project sough to increase the capacities of the international partners in relation to LGBT* (lesbian, gay,
On October 1-5, LGL hosted in Vilnius the fourth meeting of the QuPiD project, which revolved around the topic of legal and policy implications on LGBT*IQ adult education. QuPiD, Queer Paths into Diversity is an international project aiming at the cooperation of organizations fighting the discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The project
Life stories and confessions of intersex activists, professional experiences of counseling and therapy, insights into UK based LGBT*IQ organizations, best practices, brainstorming sessions and a number of other formal and non-formal activities – all of this happened on July 2-6, 2014, when representatives of LGL participated to a QuPiD Project partners meeting in Carlisle, UK.
On February 22-26 LGL members met five other organizations participating in the QuPiD project. The meeting under the topic “LGBT*Q – together, side by side or against?” took place in Warsaw, Poland. QuPiD, Queer Paths into Diversity is an international project aiming at the cooperation of organizations fighting the discrimination based on sexual orientation and