November 2016

Queer Cyprus’ Call for Solidarity Receives More Support

(Nicosia, 14/11/16) The number of organizations condemning the attack towards awareness-raising billboards within the scope of Unspoken Project are increasing day by day. Umbrella organization ILGA-Europe gathered 490 organizations from 45 countries active in the field of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI+) issues and condemned the attacks towards billboards placed by Queer Cyprus …

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Billboard Campaign for LGBTI Awareness

“Unspoken: Creating Dialogue on LGBTI Rights in the Turkish Cypriot Community” project recently unveiled billboards 5 cities in the north part of Cyprus to increase the public dialogue on LGBTI rights and increase the visibility of LGBTI individuals.

Homophobic Attitudes are Unacceptable

(Nicosia, 02/11/16) The attack to the “Aunt Mediha, I’m gay” and “Uncle Kamil, I’m a lesbian” billboards in Nicosia, Kyrenia, Famagusta, Iskele and Karpasia are unacceptable.   In the scope of the 2014 dated changes to the Penal Code, it is illegal to psychologically or physically discriminate gay, bisexual and trans individuals in our country. …

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