GLAS Foundation presents a book collecting the stories of 37 public figures who support the LGBTI rights in Bulgaria
GLAS Foundation presents its first book “People with Voices”, which collects the stories of 37 public figures who openly support the rights of the LGBTI community in Bulgaria.
More than 40% of the Bulgarian voters would support a party with a positive attitude towards LGBTI people
34.8% of the respondents would vote for a party that supports the rights of LGBTI people if its positions on other important issues coincide with theirs.
The GLAS Foundation and Checkpoint Sofia launched the joint initiative #trustme in partnership with ViiV Healthcare UK. The initiative aims to encourage the testing of gay, bisexual and transsexual men for HIV and hepatitis B and C.
GLAS is bringing the business case for LGBT equality and diversity to Bulgaria. The launch of the platform Work It OUT will be officially given on April 26th at the National gallery Square 500 with business breakfast in partnership with Microsoft.
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Attitudes Towards LGBTI People in Bulgaria – 2018
Data is from a national representative survey conducted in Bulgaria in the period August 9 – September 11, 2018 by the THB BBSS amongst 1 000 people.
Glamortal Kombat Ball
GLAS Foundation organised the first ball in Bulgaria – Glamortal Kombat Ball, based on a model of the ballroom culture. A total of 17 participants in 6 different categories voted in front of an audience of over 100 people in the National Student House – Sofia.
Different People, Equal Rights
Everyday LGBTI people face disrespect for their rights and different forms of discrimination. In response to this trend, the project “Together for the Rights of LGBTI in Bulgaria” reveals the personal stories of several inspiring personalities who are not afraid to show their true colors.