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PURPLE FRIDAY

Purple Friday is a day on which pupils and students can show their solidarity with LGBTIQ+ people by wearing the colour purple at school. In the Netherlands, the day has been held on the second Friday of December every year since 2010. Purple Friday was inspired by Spirit Day in the United States, which was […]

Young@Workplacepride Christmas Drinks event

  On the 14th of December, we would love to invite you to the new Workplace Pride office in Amsterdam for an intimate get-together with like-minded people to have Christmas drinks. We are planning an exciting and interactive session with enough time for exchanging experiences and ideas. The session will be concluded in style, with […]

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International Transgender Day of Visibility

Transgender movements have been increasing over the past few generations because of the biases that some people would assume about the transgender community. While there are holidays commemorating transgender people who have suffered, International Transgender Day of Visibility focuses on more of the positive aspects of what being transgender means and takes direct action in […]

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Lesbian Day of Visibility

Visibility takes on a different meaning in these times. Visibility can be writing a blog post. It could also mean reading an article and taking in its points—but it doesn’t have to mean sharing it. Visibility can be checking in with friends. Visibility can be reaching out to LGBT groups, joining a webinar, participating in […]

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IDAHOT MAY 17TH

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is observed on May 17 and aims to coordinate international events that raise awareness of LGBT rights violations and stimulate interest in LGBT rights work worldwide. By 2016, the commemorations had taken place in 132 countries across the globe

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CELEBRATE BISEXUALITY DAY

Celebrate Bisexuality Day (also called Bisexual Pride Day, Bi Visibility Day, CBD, Bisexual Pride and Bi Visibility Day, and Bisexuality+ Day) is observed annually on September 23 to recognize and celebrate bisexual people, the bisexual community, and the history of bisexuality. (wikipedia)

NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY

NCOD was inaugurated in 1988 by Robert Eichberg and Jean O'Leary. Eichberg, who died in 1995 of complications from AIDS, was a psychologist from New Mexico and the founder of the personal growth workshop "The Experience". O'Leary was an openly lesbian political leader and long-time activist from New York, and was at the time the head of the National Gay Rights […]

WORLD AIDS DAY

Every year, December 1 is observed as World AIDS Day across the globe to spread awareness about the disease and remember all those who lost their lives to it. It was first observed in 1988.

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PURPLE FRIDAY

Purple Friday is a day on which pupils and students can show their solidarity with LGBTIQ+ people by wearing the colour purple at school. In the Netherlands, the day has been held on the second Friday of December every year since 2010. Purple Friday was inspired by Spirit Day in the United States, which was […]