fredag 29 augusti 2014
‘The Best Anti-Discrimination
Journalist in Belarus-2014’
TUPILAK (Queer Cultural Workers in the Nordic Region, www.tupilak.org) in cooperation with the Belarusian LGBT journalists (www.gaypress.eu) announces a professional contest for the Belarusian journalists on the best anti-discrimination reporting. The best authors of articles and/or photo-audio-video reports, fostering equality of different social groups in the Belarusian society will be announced by TUPILAK during a round table discussion on ‘Equal Rights for LGBT. The Role of Mass Media and Civil Society’ in Vilnius on October 11, 2014. The winners will receive special awards from TUPILAK.
It is suggested that the contest materials have to appear in the media within the period since January 1, 2014 till August 31, 2014. The contest materials have to be submitted to the e-mail address (email@example.com) for consideration no later than on September 30, 2014.
“Найлепшы журналіст-барацьбіт з
дыскрымінацыяй у Беларусі-2014”
Культурніцкая ЛГБТ арганізацыя паўночных краінаў ТУПІЛАК у супрацоўніцтве з беларускімі журналістамі, якія ўваходзяць або падтрымліваюць ЛГБТ супольнасці (www.gaypress.eu) абвяшчае прафесійны конкурс на найлепшы журналісцкі матэрыял на антыдыскрымінацыйную праблематыку.
Аўтары найлепшых друкаваных і Інтэрнэт-артыкулаў і/ці фота-аўдыё-відэа рэпартажаў, якія прасоўваюць ідэю роўнасці розных сацыяльных групаў у беларускім грамадстве, будуць абвешчаныя падчас круглага стала на тэму “Роўныя правы для ЛГБТ. Роля СМІ і грамадзянскай супольнасці”, які адбудзецца ў Вільні 11 кастрычніка 2014 года. Пераможцы конкурсу атрымаюць адмысловыя ўзнагароды ад ТУПІЛАКУ.
Чакаецца, што конкурсныя матэрыялы павінны з’явіцца ў прэсе ў перыяд з 1 студзеня па 31 жніўня 2014 года. Матэрыялы конкурсу маюць быць скіраваныя на разгляд журы на электронны адрас firstname.lastname@example.org не пазней за 30 верасня 2014 года.
måndag 2 december 2013
lördag 2 november 2013
Salute to those on the
"Rainbow Barricades in Eastern Europe"
Stockholm, Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Discussions of ongoing work, the importance of international LGBT co-operation, support for colleagues on the LGBT rainbow barricades in Eastern Europe, future strategies, and the use of rainbow culture as a powerful weapon against silence, intolerance and homophobia. Arranged by Sweden´s Green Party and taking place at the Swedish Parliaments´s Första Kammeren (the historic First Chamber, entrance Riksplan).
Opening Film (5:00 min.):
"LGBT Monuments" (from Visby to Berlin, Mauthausen to Barcelona)
by Willi Reichhold, Sweden
Helena Leander, Swedish Green Party Parliamentarian
Introduction of the Speakers:
Bill Schiller, ILGCN (International Lesbian & Gay Cultural Network)/Tupilak (Nordic organization of LGBT cultural workers)
Robert Biedrón, LGBT activist and the first openly gay member of the Polish Parliament of the Ruch Palikota - Palikot’s Movement.
Barbro Westerholm, Swedish Liberal Party parliamentarian (recently speaking at the Polish Parliament).
Aleksandr Kukharskii, Russian gay organization "Kirilja" / Russian input at the ILGA European conference - Croatia, October 2013.
Martin Ugglas, Sweden's "East Group (Östgruppen)" focusing on Belarus, Russia, former Soviet states.
Aytan M.,"LGBT reality in Azerbaijan today, strategies for tomorrow".
Dzmitry Karmazin, Belarus exile radio station "Radio Racyja".
Cecilia Rosing, Civil Rights Defenders (Sweden): "Behind the Russian propaganda laws: the rise of LGBT-grasroots and a larger trend of repression".
Ömer Akpinar, Web editor of "Kaos," Turkish human rights organization, Ankara.
Monica Collins, "Tupilak delegation to Kiev Pride, 2013"
20 minute intermission, with film (5:00 min.):
ILGCN Swedish, Belaruss, Ukrainian happening - Kiev
Ulrika Westerlund – President of RFSL (national Swedish LGBT organization) "Strategies for the Future."
Israel Young – Folk Lore Center, Stockholm "Culture vs. intolerance"
Henrik Husgavel – Novel Travel: "The importance of international exchange: Breaking the isolation."
Bill Schiller – Tupilak/ILGCN culture in Eastern Europe/rainbow culture at World Pride-Toronto, 2014.
From Russian, Belarus, and Turkish guests, others.
Closing film (5.00 min.):
"Nordic, Eastern European Rainbow Art & Photography – On the Road"
Rainbow cultural and solidaritet happening at the Folk Lore Centrum (Wollmar Yxkullsg. 2 – T-ban MariaTorget). Art, photos, films, music, poetry. Songs by Robert Hill and Anders(Brazil) Ödvall. And a salute to the world-wide colleagues honoring the International Day Against Facism.
lördag 13 juli 2013
Minsk in October, Stockholm: November 13-16, Vilnius: December
Bill Schiller & Ambassador Mandisa Dona Marasha (photos by Willi Reichhold)
fredag 12 juli 2013
Stockholm, May 20, 2013
lördag 13 april 2013
Riga, April 18-21, 2013
April 18, 18:30 – 20:30
"Humanism vs. Religious Dragons/European Rainbow Humanists" -- Rolf Solheim, Norway
April 19, 18:30 – 21:30
International Live Rainbow Museum
Latvian Presentations and Performances:
Anna Jurkovska, a popular photographer and Jolanta Cihanovica, a public person, will present the pilot photo-project "Men, women, angels"on people, individuality and gender.
Olga Helly, an artist, will present her popular LGBT comic strip.
Katrina Gaile, an artist, and Jade, a genderqueer graphic artist, will present their art.
Jolanta Cihanovica, an actress, will give a performance
Ieva, a journalist from a popular Latvian magazine.
Special guest: Olga Kononova (a transsexual women and Work of Art herself)
Film: selections from a Czech TV programme “Q” about Olga Helly’s dolls and LGBT
culture in Latvia.
International Presentations and Performances:
Belarus: Rainbow in chains -- Belarus LGBT Journalist Network
Rainbow culture & history -- Tupilak/ILGCN
>Nordic Rainbow co-operation with Eastern Europe - Tupilak/ILGCN
A summary of "Humanism vs. Religious Dragons/European Rainbow Humanists" -- Rolf
"Nordic Rainbow Islands & Remote Regions" -- Mariahamn-Stockholm
archipelago-Visby -- Tupilak/ILGCN.
Peter "Sexodus" Fröberg - songs and music from Sweden
The Mad Monk of Sweden -- a rainbow monologue
Short films: "LGBT Monuments," "Survival" by Willi Reichhold, Sweden
Travelling Tupilak & ILGCN Rainbow Art & Photography Exhibition
Art from Serbia
April 20 23:00 – all night, at the Golden Club
The Q-party is a possibility to dress up for the party, wearing what you have always wanted to wear, but have not had a place to come in such an appearance. People can become Art, using themselves as the creator, the creating and the creative process. A costume competition in the following categories: drag kings, drag queens, carnival, subcultures, BDSM and freak out. Everyone is free to choose whether to participate in the costume competition or just to enjoy the party. The party will be held in two languages – in English and Latvian. After the costume competition we’ll have music and fun!
-- Yolanta and Olga in Riga, Rolf in Oslo, Journalist Network in Minsk, Bill in Stockholm