GayFest 2010 kicks off

Newsroom 17/05/2010 | 15:01

The seventh GayFest, which fights for the rights of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community, will take place between May 17 and 22. May 17 is IDAHO – the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia – which is celebrated all over the world.

This year, GayFest will feature a photo exhibition about the history of LGBT people from the US, UK and Germany, old films about the gay community, workshops touching on theater, photography and drawing, a dance course, a piano concert, parties and theater and, last but not least, the Gay Pride march. The march, which starts at 5 pm on 22 May, departs from Unirii Boulevard and will end close to Izvor Park.

This year’s guests at Gay Pride include Michael Cashman of Great Britain, a member of the Executive Committee of the Labor Party; Robin Barnett, ambassador of Great Britain in Bucharest; Csaba Asztalos, member of the National Council for the Prevention of Discrimination; and Jonathan Rosenzweig, second secretary in the Israeli embassy in Bucharest.

The event is organized by the Accept Association, an NGO which campaigns for the rights of LGBT people.

Otilia Haraga


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