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Belgrade, 28 June 2015
The action “Hate-Free Zone” and the walk from the Republic Square to the Monument to the hanged anti-fascists in Terazije yesterday in Belgrade marked the International Pride Day of LGBT people. This action is being organized for the third year in a row, and in addition to its primary objective – to show the position of LGBT people in Serbia – it also aims to strengthen solidarity with other social groups and point to existing problems in whole society.Read More
Belgrade, 27 June 2015
As in the past two years, this year the 27th of June – The International Pride Day of LGBT people – will be marked in Belgrade by “Hate-Free Zone”, an action that is co-organized by a group of non-governmental organizations: Women in Black (ŽUC), Gay Straight Alliance (GSA), Gay Lesbian Info Center (GLIC), Association ”Rainbow“ from Šabac, Center for Queer Studies (CKS), Association “Hestija”, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (YUCOM) and Alliance of Anti-fascists of Serbia.Read More
Belgrade, 3 June 2015
After the Netherlands in 2013 and Malta in 2014, the 3rd International IDAHO Forum 2015 titled “Ending hate crime and violence“ was organized by the Government of Montenegro and took place from 10-12 May this year in Budva. Since 2013 IDAHO Forum has been organized in honor of 17 May – International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) – and it gathers representatives of the European Commission, European Parliament, Council of Europe, international organizations, national state institutions, academia, as well as civil society organizations.Read More
Belgrade, 26 May 2015
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA; Alliance) is monitoring very carefully, out of obvious reasons, today’s debate in the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia about the election of a new Commissioner for Protection of Equality on the occasion of the proposal that has been submitted to the Parliament by the parliamentary Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues. The proposal that Brankica Jankovic, who was supported by all political parties in the ruling coalition, should be elected as Commissioner is explained and defended in the Assembly by representative of the authorized proposer Aleksandar Martinovic, MP and Chairman of the Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues.Read More
Belgrade, 15 May 2015
The winner of this year’s ”Rainbow” Award is Jadranka Joksimović, Minister without portfolio responsible for European integration in the Serbian Government.Read More
Belgrade, 13 May 2015
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA; Alliance) would like to inform the public that the jury for 2014/15 “Rainbow” Award at its meeting yesterday chose 5 nominees. The winner of this year’s “Rainbow” Award will be announced on May 15 at a special ceremony for this occasion.Read More
Belgrade, 17 April 2015
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA; Alliance) announces that it has opened a contest for the “Rainbow” Award for the 2014/15. The competition is open until May 10th 2015, and more on the contest requirements and nomination procedures can be found on a web page www.en.gsa.org.rs/rainbow.Read More
Belgrade, 26 March 2015
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA; Alliance) presented its Annual Report on the Status of Human Rights of LGBT Persons in Serbia for 2014 (the Report) yesterday in the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.Read More
In regards to the main conclusions of the Report, 2014 in Serbia was generally dynamic and significant for the position of LGBT people and their human rights status and there has been recorded a certain progress in this area. First of all, successful maintenance of the Pride Parade should be pointed out, but the other progresses in the relation of political factors and government institutions towards LGBT issue as well. Also, by comparing the data with those of previous years by standardized methodology, in 2014 GSA has not recorded an increase in cases of violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity that had been reported to this organization, but, on the contrary, their slight decrease. The very structure of the reported cases shows a somewhat different trend compared to the previous year, so it has been a decrease in the number of cases of physical assault, attempted assault and threats of violence, while the number of cases of domestic violence (perpetrated by parents and other close relatives of LGBT people) and domestic violence in same-sex relationships are on the increase.
However, according to many indicators, LGBT population remains one of the social groups that are most exposed to violence and intolerance in society. In addition to the continuity of protection and improvement of existing human rights including the right of freedom to assembly, more efficient work of the institutions, better implementation of existing laws and bringing of new legislation, primarily in the area of regulation of property rights and other rights to same-sex partnerships, one of the biggest challenges in the future period, both for institutions and for the LGBT movement in Serbia, will be the work with the citizens i.e. the work on the positive social change and on increasing tolerance in the society.
Jadranka Joksimović, Minister without portfolio responsible for European integration in the Government of SerbiaRead More
Belgrade, 15 December 2014
In cooperation with National Democratic Institute (NDI), a training course began last weekend for the first group of young activists of Gay Straight Alliance (GSA). At the start of the course, representatives of NDI and GSA, as well as Kevin Furey from the US embassy in Belgrade, addressed the participants – wishing them good work in a positive atmosphere, and to learn as much as they can.Read More
Belgrade, 11 December 2014
“Tolerance Zone” Festival (the Festival) is an international music festival which is going to be held for the first time on 1-2 May 2015 in the antique locality Felix Romuliana near Zaječar, with a rich accompanying programme, and its opening is planned for 30th April 2015 at a special event in Zaječar itself, it was announced today at the presentation of the concept of the Festival. The Festival is jointly organised by the City of Zaječar and Gay Straight Alliance (GSA), as both signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the end of October.Read More
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA; Alliance) would like to inform the public that Michael Kirby, the US Ambassador in Belgrade, has become an honorary member of this organization.Read More
The Mayor of Zaječar Velimir Ognjenović and the president of Gay Straight Alliance Lazar Pavlović signed a Memorandum on Cooperation today in Zaječar.Read More