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Call It Hate: The space for the LGBTI people in Bulgaria is shrinking

Call It Hate: The space for the LGBTI people in Bulgaria is shrinking

Earlier this year, the GLAS Foundation presented a survey on the levels of homophobia in Bulgaria. The results of the survey, conducted between August and September 2018, came to the conclusion that the attitude towards the LGBTI people in our country over the past six years has been worsening. You can download the full the survey results here >> Report (English version).

The survey is part of the project “Call It Hate: Raising Awareness of Anti-LGBT Hate Crime – CIH”. The project aims to raise awareness of anti-LGBT hate crime among the general public and within the LGBT communities, emphasize the need to report, and empower victims. As such, the it addresses a common need within the European Union to inform and empower targeted communities and prevent secondary victimisation of victims of homophobic and transphobic hate crimes. The project will be implemented in 10 European countries by a consortium of almost 50 partner organizations.

Here you can see the summarized report presenting analysis and data from Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, the United Kingdom, Croatia, Lithuania.

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