Standing up for rights and celebrating diversity

Barcelona, a pioneering city in the defence of sexual and gender diversity, the first city in the Spanish state to organise an LGBTI rights demonstration, just two years after the death of the dictator Franco. Read more
  • LGBTI-phobia, you’re not welcome Go to content

    Prevention and care policies in response to the increase in aggressions against LGBTI collectives.

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  • LGBTI pride invades the museums and monuments Go to content

    Coinciding with the celebration of International LGBTI Pride Day, which is on 28 June, seven cultural institutions have decided to transform their venues and programmes to celebrate sexual and gender diversity.

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  • Binarism? Intersectionality? Go to content

    When speaking about sexual and gender diversity, do some words go over your head? Consult our glossary of term

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  • Do you feel discriminated against? Go to content

    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.

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  • Schools for equality and diversity Go to content

    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.

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“Memory: absences and presences”, the LGBTI Centre’s new programme of activities

22/09/2021 - 18:19

We look back at some of the most decisive spaces and stages in the evolution of the LGTBI movement, and pay tribute to the contributions made by different key figures.

Central event of Bisexual Visibility Day

09/09/2021 - 16:02

The LGBTI Centre is celebrating the contributions made by various bisexual references throughout history.

The LGTBI Centre is collaborating with the National Museum, holding the round tables ‘Subversive sonorities, voices, guerrillas and LGBTI refuges’

09/09/2021 - 17:18

The conversations, which will be taking place on 28 September and 7 October, are being recorded live at the LGTBI Centre, as a podcast.

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