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An Exclusive Free Magazine Launched for the Upcoming Baltic Pride 2022

On the occasion of the Baltic Pride 2022, the National LGBT rights organization LGL has released an exclusive free magazine featuring the stories of the stars of LGBT human rights movement as well as the program of the festival. The exclusive Baltic Pride magazine features interviews with cover couple Naglis Bierancas and Lukas Gricius, Vilnius
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Vladimir Simonko: Vilnius becomes more open to the LGBT+ community with every Baltic Pride event

In the run-up to Vilnius’ traditional Baltic Pride festival, which is returning to Lithuania’s capital this 1-5 June, Vladimir Simonko, head of the national LGBT+ rights organisation LGL that organises the festival, tells us what residents of Vilnius and visitors can expect during Baltic Pride 2022. LGL’s leader also reveals why Vilnius holds a special
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LGL Announced the Slogan for the Baltic Pride March

The organizer of the Baltic Pride 2022 festival, National LGBT rights organization LGL announced the slogan for the Baltic Pride March: for Equality and Peace. The March for Equality and Peace will take place on the 4th of June, 2022 in Vilnius. “This year, with the events of the Baltic Pride 2022 festival, we will
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LGL invites to register groups participating in the Baltic Pride March

The National LGBT rights organization LGL invites those participating at the Baltic Pride 2022 March for Equality and Peace in groups (more than 10 people) to complete a group registration form. Individuals do not need to register if you march on foot, you only need to show up an hour before departure. Organizations that want
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Colin Ratushniak: Professional Ice Skater Turned First Openly Gay Mayor of La Ronge (Canada)

In 2020, Colin Ratushniak made history of La Ronge, when he was elected as the first openly gay mayor of the town, situated in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. His activism continues to transform La Ronge into community that is accepting inclusivity and diversity. In the past Colin was a professional ice skater, having toured the world
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Leona Winter is a French drag queen, best known for winning the second season of the Chilean reality show The Switch Drag Race, the Chilean version of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Leona participated in the eighth season of the French version of The Voice in 2019 and went as far as the semi-finals. She was also

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Baltic Pride 2022 Festival to be Launched during a Rainbow Bus Trip in Vilnius

On 31st of May, 2022 at 11:00-13:00 o’clock the Baltic Pride 2022 festival will be opened during a colorful Rainbow Bus trip in Vilnius. Representatives of the LGBT community on the colorful music bus will visit the sponsors and friends of the Baltic Pride 2022 festival, spread a positive atmosphere, and invite Vilnius residents and

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On 17-19 May, 2022 Eglė Kuktoraitė, Communications Manager at the National LGBT rights organization LGL, participated in a meeting at the “Google” and “Linkedin” headquarters in Dublin (Ireland), attended by the representatives of the European Commission, social networks and European NGOs. During the meeting, representatives from several European non-governmental organizations currently monitoring hate speech on

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U.S. Ambassador invites to the Baltic Pride 2022 in Vilnius

U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania Robert S. Gilchrist invites to participate at the Baltic Pride 2022 in Vilnius, taking place on 1-5 June. “I am so delighted that this year Lithuania is hosting the Baltic Pride 2022. I think it’s more important now than ever. We see what’s happening in this neighborhood. In Russia and in

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An Exclusive Free Magazine Launched for the Upcoming Baltic Pride 2022

On the occasion of the Baltic Pride 2022, the National LGBT rights organization LGL has released an exclusive free magazine featuring the stories of the stars of LGBT human rights movement as well as the program of the festival. The exclusive Baltic Pride magazine features interviews with cover couple Naglis Bierancas and Lukas Gricius, Vilnius

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In the run-up to Vilnius’ traditional Baltic Pride festival, which is returning to Lithuania’s capital this 1-5 June, Vladimir Simonko, head of the national LGBT+ rights organisation LGL that organises the festival, tells us what residents of Vilnius and visitors can expect during Baltic Pride 2022. LGL’s leader also reveals why Vilnius holds a special

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LGL Announced the Slogan for the Baltic Pride March

The organizer of the Baltic Pride 2022 festival, National LGBT rights organization LGL announced the slogan for the Baltic Pride March: for Equality and Peace. The March for Equality and Peace will take place on the 4th of June, 2022 in Vilnius. “This year, with the events of the Baltic Pride 2022 festival, we will

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LGL invites to register groups participating in the Baltic Pride March

The National LGBT rights organization LGL invites those participating at the Baltic Pride 2022 March for Equality and Peace in groups (more than 10 people) to complete a group registration form. Individuals do not need to register if you march on foot, you only need to show up an hour before departure. Organizations that want

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The Winners Received the National Equality and Diversity Awards

On the 26th of April, 2022 the National Equality and Diversity Awards were presented at a solemn ceremony at the National Museum – Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. The most important human rights awards in Lithuania are given for merits in the fields of gender equality, dialogue between nations, LGBTI+ equality, age, disability,

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In 2020, Colin Ratushniak made history of La Ronge, when he was elected as the first openly gay mayor of the town, situated in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. His activism continues to transform La Ronge into community that is accepting inclusivity and diversity. In the past Colin was a professional ice skater, having toured the world

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On April 19-20, 2022 Eglė Kuktoraitė, Communication Manager at the National LGBT rights organization LGL, participated in the kick-off partner meeting of the project “Colourful Childhoods”, which took place in Sofia (Bulgaria). „Colourful Childhoods“ focuses on violence against LGBTIQ children in vulnerable contexts. Colourful Childhoods aims at preventing and combating all forms of violence against

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Representatives of LGL Participated in the CHOICE Project Conference in Athens

On March 29-30, 2022 representatives of the National LGBT Rights Organization LGL participated in the final partners’ meeting and conference of the project “CHOICE: Promoting School Environments Inclusive of Diversity based on SOGI” held in Athens (Greece). The project conference presented the successful activities of the project, including workshops for educators and parents and an

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