Why is Pride month still significant in 2021?

Why is Pride month still significant in 2021?

On a hot summer’s night in New York on June 28, 1969, the police raided the Stonewall Inn, in Greenwich Village, the United States. This was a catalyst to the existing discrimination and ostracization faced by LGBTQ people. The raid evolved rapidly into a protest,...
Documentaire: L’Étincelle, une histoire des luttes LGBT+

Documentaire: L’Étincelle, une histoire des luttes LGBT+

À voir: « L’Étincelle, une histoire des luttes LGBT+ » Entre tragédies et droits sociaux arrachés à coups de luttes, « L’Étincelle » permet de comprendre que transidentité, bisexualité et homosexualité ont toujours existé. Et de ne plus se sentir seul(e)(s). Ce film...
#MoreFilmsForFreedom: a LGBTIQ+ short-film celebration

#MoreFilmsForFreedom: a LGBTIQ+ short-film celebration

The British Council Mauritius is sharing three LGBTIQ+ themed short films with you from More Films For Freedom, building on the success of of #FiveFilmsForFreedom.     More Films For Freedom is a celebration of LGBTIQ+ stories. These films were made by British,...
No Pride Without Rainbows

No Pride Without Rainbows

Pride: A symbol of resistance and activism? A space to be oneself? A moment to connect to other Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer (LGBTQ) people? A remembrance of dear ones who were lost along the journey? A mobilisation to advocate for equal human rights as...

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