LGBTI. The main event is a concert with various artists at the Olympic Stadium on 28 June.
Attendance at cultural events is restricted to 50% capacity, but it will still be possible to follow them online via the YouTube channel.
Mobility and transport. A new awareness campaign against LGBTI-phobia gets under way on the bus and metro systems.
17 May, International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia: reading of the Barcelona LGBTI Council manifesto
Reading of the Barcelona LGBTI Council’s manifesto to mark 17 May, the International Day against Homphobia and Transphobia.
The festival, which is on from 10 to 20 June in a hybrid format, has confirmed the first works to be included in its programme.
You can follow them online via the YouTube channel.
The LGBTI Centre is inviating several artists from the city to perform on stage.
City Council. Between now and 19 May, city residents can back their preferred candidate using the Decidim.Barcelona platform.
The LGBTI centre is to celebrate Sant Jordi / St George's Day with a "Dissident readings” literary gathering
Ian Bermúdez, Yannick Garcia, Pol Guasch, Maria Rodó-Zárate and Raquel Santanera are taking part in the event, which has been organised in collaboration with the Catalan-Language Writers Association.
The LGBTI Centre presents the exhibition “Lesbophobia. Patriarchal violence, what’s beyond the curtain”
LGBTI. The project is promoted by the organisation Creación Positiva and created by Lara M. Pascual, Azahara Fuentes and Irene C. Matamala.