Panel Diskussion: LSBTI* worldwide – Where love is illegal

28. August 2018

19:00

Presentation:
Barbara Unmüßig,
Board of Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

Mit:
Julia Ehrt, Executive Director TGEU (Transgender Europe)
Boris Dittrich, Advocacy Director LGBT-Programm, HRW (Human Rights Watch)
Amina Sboui, LSBTI*-Aktivist, Tunesia

In 2017, the so called “marriage for all” was recognized in Germany. However, there can still be no question of full equality of LGBTI* rights. According to the ILGA Rainbow Europe Report 2018, Germany ranks only 12th in Europe. Above all in the area of ​​trans* and inter* rights there is still need for action.

But what about the global situation of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans* and intersex people (LGBTI*)? Where are sexual orientation and gender identities recognized apart from heteronormativity? What protection is there against discrimination? And in which countries are LGBTI* people criminalized and even threatened with the death penalty? In this panel discussion, Amina Sboui, Julia Ehrt and Boris Dittrich discuss with Barbara Unmüßig the situation of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans* and intersex* people

Language: English/German with translation
In cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Foundation

Admission: 5 Euro | reduced 3 Euro

Accompanying program to the exhibition:
WHERE LOVE IS ILLEGAL by ROBIN HAMMOND.

The exhibition is on display until 2. September 2018.