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World-Talks # Kendra Frith

Kendra Frith from Colour Pink Foundation in Kingston, Jamaica, is trying to improve the living conditions for LGBT-homeless and ‘sofa surfers’. The latter is a group of LGBT’s that aren’t accepted by family and are forced to move from couch to couch. If you’re not lucky enough to be accepted by friends on a couch, your other […]

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World-Talks # Mitja Blazic

Mitja Blazic is a Slovenia radio journalist and fights for equal rights for every LGBT person. He currently works as a Program Manager for the Human Rights Society Legebitra.    

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World-Talks # Laima Vaige

Laima Vaige is the co-founder of “House of Diversity and Education”, which aims at raising awareness on forms of diversity, such as ethnic, racial, gender-based, sexual, age-related, diversity in religions and beliefs, and promoting a non-normative, multidisciplinary approach. Vaige is also a lawyer specialised in human rights, private international law and EU law. She is […]

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World-Talks # Kaspars Zālītis

Kaspars Zalitis is an LGBT rights campaigner, human rights activist, and the co-chair of EuroPride 2015 in Riga, Latvia. He is a board member of MOZAIKA, an advocacy and lobbying organisation founded in 2006 and currently the only non-governmental organisation in Latvia working in the field of LGBT rights. More information

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World-Talks # Peter Tatchell

Peter Tatchell is one of the most well known LGBT-rights activists in the United Kingdom. Seemingly calm yet with a very clear message, he can be considered a typical example of a British activist and intellectual. Tatchell maintains that, even though same-sex marriage is allowed in the United Kingdom, much work still needs to be done. […]

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