We mark the international day for LGBTIQA+ liberation on 28J, asserting sexual, affective and gender diversity and standing up for the rights and freedoms of the collective. The historical date marks the Stonewall riots, in response to the police violence in New York in the early hours of 28 June 1969.
Yet every day is 28J at the Barcelona LGBTI Centre, and that’s why we work every day to ensure the rights and freedoms of the collective.
We offer free specialised direct support services for LGBTIQA+ people and those close to them, in coordination with various administrations and organisations. We help people individually or as a group, offering psychological advice and providing support for people in cases of LGBTIQA+-phobia. We also provide specific assistance for trans and non-binary people. We offer a free specialised legal guidance service too.
Our premises are also home to the Casal Lambda’s Armand de Fluvià Documents Centre, which contains a large number of books, manuals, magazines and other materials for reference or available for loan.
We are a communal and participatory space, where people can meet and reflect, and from where we give visibility to affective, sexual and gender diversity. Through cultural and artistic creation, we offer an awareness programme open to everybody to promote LGBTIQA+ rights. We also welcome projects from other collectives, organisations and individuals.
We are a living, open and inclusive space, connected to the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni and the city of Barcelona. A space of reference and participation for the community, on 28J and all other days of the year.
To request our support services you need to ask for an appointment in advance by email to email@example.com, by calling 93 880 51 11 or by dropping in at C/ Comte Borrell, 22.
->Monday from 3.30 pm to 8.30 pm
->Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 2 pm and 3.30 pm to 8.30 pm
->Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm and from 3 pm to 8 pm