L’Orgullosa BarcelonaUnder the name ‘L’Orgullosa’, Barcelona is set to spend a festive month and a half showing itself to the world as a leader in LGBTI rights and freedoms, the fight against LGBTI-phobia and the promotion of sexual and gender diversity. This is a celebration where all citizens feel represented, with a programme filled with surprises and reasons to be proud
Do you feel discriminated against?
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The OND supports people at the receiving end of any type of discrimination, gives them legal advice on how to report it and works to raise awareness among Barcelona’s citizens.https://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/lgtbi/sites/default/files/555x312_ond_en.jpg
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When speaking about sexual and gender diversity, do some words go over your head? Consult our glossary of termhttps://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/lgtbi/sites/default/files/baner-eng-v3_0.png
Schools for equality and diversity
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Get to know the program for the promotion of equality, equity and respect in children and adolescents from 3 to 16 years of the schools and institutes of Barcelona.https://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/lgtbi/sites/default/files/escoles_banner_web_dones.jpg
Mar C. Llop's photo book "Families trans*" [Trans Families] has arrived at the Centre de Documentació Armand de Fluvià
05/10/2022 - 10:11
The photo book Families trans* (prole, 2022), by the audiovisual artist and activist Mar C. Llop, is now available for consultation at the Centre de Documentació Armand de Fluvià (CDAF).
03/10/2022 - 10:18
Historic posters. We have retrieved some historic posters of demonstrations and other activities held in Barcelona within the framework of the international campaign STP, which are currently available on loan from groups and...
23/09/2022 - 09:53
Here at the Barcelona LGBTI Centre we’ve been working on various activities to combat biphobia and rethink things relating to bisexuality.
- Strengthening the mechanisms for reporting LGBTI-phobia cases to the police and accompanying victims.
- Ensuring the sexual and reproductive rights of lesbians and bisexual women.
- Depathologising medical assistance: being a trans is not a mental disorder.
- Raising awareness of the contributions made by LGBTI people throughout history.
- Introducing sexual and gender diversity into school curricula.
- Eliminating LGBTI-phobia from sports competitions.
- Improving employment of the trans collective who are excluded from the labour market.
- Boosting the range of cultural offerings on sexual and gender diversity.
- Promoting the LGBTI perspective in reception policies.
- Designing and applying municipal LGBTI policies in conjunction with the LGBTI movement.
- Raising general awareness of lesbianism, bisexuality, intersexuality and transsexuality.
- Incorporating LGBTI diversity in cooperation projects.