LGBT rights: Pride Week in Belgrade

The launch of the exhibition called ‘Tolerance’, at Kalemegdan Fortress on Monday, marks the official opening of this year’s Pride Week in Belgrade.

It will feature several programs each day until September 17, when it will end with a traditional walk through central city streets.

The exhibition “Tolerance” displays 29 works by the most influential graphic designers who have dealt with this topic. The exhibition was declared open by organizers of the Pride, the representative of the United Nations in Serbia Michel Saint-Lot, and designer Slavimir Stojanovic. 

The Pride Week will include more than 50 events this year, including an international conference on hate and hate speech, the Pride Forum, exhibitions, theater performances, film screenings, public debates, lectures and parties. 

Citizens can learn more about all events during the Pride and activities carried out by organizations dealing with the rights of the LGBT community, at the Pride info center in 8 Kralja Milana Street.

(B92, 11.09.2017)


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