Open letter to Korneliya Ninova in relation to the upcoming exhibition ‘Homosoc’ by the GLAS Foundation
Dear Mrs. Ninova, Honorable Members of the Executive Bureau, In the month of September 9, we would like to invite you to the opening of the exhibition “Homosoc –
The Bulgarian platform for corporate equality and inclusive working environment Work It OUT was honored by the international IT company Reward Getaway
GLAS, which founded Work It OUT two years ago, will co-operate with the RG Technology Foundation to develop the platform. The London-based RG Foundation will fund Work It OUT’s next year activities to help the platform expand its activities towards building a strong and proud LGBT community of professionals from various fields, developing seminars, workshops and trainings for companies, as well as information campaigns to raise awareness of LGBT diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace.
The exhibition, featuring photos from the Balkan pride marches, artifacts and personal stories, was officially opened on July 4, at SKLAD in Plovdiv, in the presence of dozens of guests, diplomats, representatives of the local LGBT community, activists.
The twelfth edition of Sofia Pride took place with the motto “Do not give power to hatred.” A record number of more than 6,500 visitors gathered and rejoiced together under the warm rays of the June sunshine.
Sometimes our closest people need a second chance to find the right words and the way back to our lives. This is the message of a new advertising campaign created jointly by the American telecommunications group Verizon and PFLAG, the largest US non-governmental organization uniting families and allies with LGBTI people.
This year the eighth edition of Sofia Pride’s contemporary arts festival Sofia Pride Arts, organized by the GLAS Foundation, is offering a rich program of events in various fields of art –
The GLAS Foundation is organizing a Spring Ball as part of Sofia Pride 2019’s cultural program Sofia Pride Arts. The event will take place under the title of Power Politics Kiki Ball on May 18 in the National Student House.