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Mournings as an alternative of cheers – VoxEurop

Pleasure month – the annual worldwide celebration commemorating the battle for the rights of LGBTQIA+ folks – got here to a dramatic conclusion in Oslo on the night time of 24-25 June when a gunman opened fireplace within the centre of the Norwegian capital close to a well-liked homosexual bar, killing two folks and injuring greater than 20 others.

25 June additionally noticed the Equality Parade in Warsaw, joined this 12 months by KyivPride, compelled to maneuver because of the conflict in Ukraine. In a rustic whose authorities is hostile to the rights of LGBTQIA+ folks, the march in Warsaw was of specific significance. This 12 months was additionally a possibility to alert the worldwide group to the risks presently confronted by the Ukrainian inhabitants, significantly probably the most marginalised communities.

LGTBQIA+ folks in Ukraine nonetheless face vital discrimination, regardless of altering attitudes. The remainder of Europe isn’t far forward, and can be dealing with an increase in hate speech, as human rights laws continues to stagnate in lots of nations. Regardless of a gradual enchancment in public opinion in the direction of LGTBQIA+ folks, discrimination in opposition to them has elevated in recent times throughout Europe.

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