Dissemination of project information, research findings, best practice guides and further publications for a wide range of audiences is an essential part of the DIVERCITY project. In the menu below you can download the project reports and further project related outputs, such as Best Practice Guides. In the final section you can also find relevant links organised by project country.

Links of interest

BELGIUM

– Regional Federation of LGBT organisations

– Organisation regrouping transgender and intersex people

– Youth organisation for LGBTQI students

– UNIA – Interfederal centre for equal opportunities

– Institute for the equality for women and men

 

SPAIN

– Observatory against homophobia

– Federación Estatal de Lesbianas, gais, transexuales y bisexuals

– Lesbian, Gays, Transgender, Bisexuals and Intersex of the Catalonian Government

– Dos manzanas (web with LGBT information in Spanish)

– Idemtv (media channel for LGBT people)

– Gayles TV (media channel for LGBT people; Spanish and English version)

 

POLAND

Commissioner for Human Rights

– The Campaign Against Homophobia (KPH)

– The Trans-Fuzja Foundation

– Lambda Warszawa

– The Love does not Exclude Association

– The Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law (PSAL)

Queer.pl (socio-political website in Polish)

 

 

GREECE

– Greek Transgender Support Association 

– OLKE (Homosexual Lesbian Community of Greece), a non-governmental organisation with basic aims to combat discrimination and protect human rights of LGBT people in Greece

– Colour Youth, Community of young LGBT people of Athens

– Good As You(th), lgbtqi+ Community of young LGBT people in Thessaloniki

– National Commission of Human Rights of the Hellenic Republic 

– General Secretariat for Gender Equality of the Greek Ministry of Interior

– Athens Pride 

– Thessaloniki Pride

– National psychological helpline for LGBT persons, their families and teachers

Pestosemas, Campaign against violence and discrimination against LGBT people run by “Colour Youth”

– Antivirus Magazine, free press addressing the LGBT community