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Conversation Circuit about LGBTI rights

Talks

Vários locais

06 — 28 Apr - 2019
Sábados e Domingos

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5pm

Vários locais

06 — 28 Apr - 2019
Sábados e Domingos

View Sessions

5pm

M/12

With interpretation in Portuguese Sign Language.

The various sessions will be opened by ILGA Portugal.

 

2019 is the 45th anniversary of the Carnation Revolution and the 50th of the Stonewall Uprising, which led to the movement demanding Human Rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people (LGBTI) and their families.
In this year’s celebrations, the ILGA Association Portugal is aiming to break down barriers between the struggles and symbolism of the values enshrined in the April Revolution and LGBTI rights, in an integrative approach towards freedom and equality.
With this in mind, there’ll be a series of conversations held in the libraries of the multicultural and diverse city of Lisbon. In an informal, but illuminating, setting we’ll be reflecting on the importance of 25th April, its impact on Portugal and LGBTI rights, as well as the challenges that still await us as an integrative, democratic society which promotes equality.

 

6th April - 5pm - Biblioteca dos Coruchéus

From my border to yours: reflections on the international protection of LGBTI persons

 

7th April - 5pm - Biblioteca de Marvila

Let visibility take the stage: LGBTI representativeness in culture

 

13th April - 5pm - Biblioteca Orlando Ribeiro

Is policy equality? Dialogues on the development of Human Rights in Portugal


14th April - 5pm - Biblioteca Orlando Ribeiro

My family is the same as yours: rainbow conversations between people young and old


27th April - 5pm - Biblioteca de Belém

Feminisms in democracy: where are we heading?

 

28th April - 5pm - Biblioteca Palácio Galveias

Diversities and Discriminations: how to join forces in the fight against inequality

Other Events

Exhibitions Photograph Exhibition “Cultural Promotion Campaigns – 1975” Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade, Rua Augusto Rosa