Press Release Stockholm, February 12, 2015
Stockholm -- The ILGCN World Rainbow Cultural Conference 2015 will take place in Stockholm, Sweden May 4-6 ( stage 1) and Palanga, Lithuania: July 17-19 (stage 2).
Delegates will be discussing LGBT film making, journalism, art, music and literature. Other seminars will cover rainbow culture for trans persons, the HIV positives and differently ableled. Other seminars will cover national LGBT situations in different countries and NGO human rights organizations' support for rainbow rights and culture.
Delegates will be coming from Norway, Belarus, Canada, Thailand, Peru, Cuba, Egypt, the Czeck Republic, Serbia, Sweden, Finland and elsewhere.
There are no registration or entrance fees. Unfortunately, the conference has no travel grants but will try to find private accomodation for foreign visitors to avoid hotel costs.
The conference is being supported by the ILGCN (international rainbow cultural network) Information Secretriat-Stockolm, Tupilak (Nordic rainbow cultural workers), Nordic Rainbow Humanists and International Rainbow Seniors-Sweden.
This is the first such event in Stockholm since 1998. Other ILGCN world conference have taken place in Warsaw/Auschwitz, London, Minneapolis and Rio de Janeiro.