Arus Pelangi (“Rainbow Flow”) was formed in January 2006 in response to a desperate need in Indonesia for formal legal representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) communities. This push for representation came from both individuals and LGBTI organizations who called out for an organization that could represent and promote LGBTI rights which have always been unrecognized.
The vision of the founding fathers of the Republic of Indonesia has always been a pluralist, multi-cultural society where even sexual minorities should have their rightful place.
Thai Transgender Alliance (Thai TGA) is a network of individuals, groups, and organizations working to promote human rights for transgender people in Thailand. The primary goal of the network is to advocate for a better quality of life in all aspects for transgender people.
Zagreb Pride is a queer-feminist and anti-fascist organization committed to the achievement of an active society of solidarity and equality free from gender sexual norms and categories, and any other kind of oppression.
Prague Pride was established in 2010 to challenge prejudices against LGBTI people and fight LGBTI discrimination in the Czech Republic and beyond. The festival has gained a reputation as one of the most original and creative Pride festivals in Europe, quickly becoming the largest LGBTI Pride festival in the post-communist world, serving as a positive example in a region where LGBT rights are often challenged.
Two hundred and eighty-nine religious officials from the Caribbean have written to United States President, Donald Trump, expressing concern about the promotion of LGBT and intersex rights abroad. The religious officials are from...