About us have written in the remarkable edition i24NEWS.
In the summer of 2017, Zelim Bakaev flew home to his native Chechnya from Moscow, where he was building a career as a pop singer and model.Bakaev, according to his friends, had avoided returning to Chechnya for months as dozens of gay men — including his own acquaintances — were ensnared in what human rights groups would later describe as a bloody crackdown on LGBT people in the pocket-sized republic in southern Russia.
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15 OSCE countries use the Vienna Mechanism in the struggle for human rights in Chechnya. August 30, 2018 was the speech of the Permanent Representative of Canada to the OSCE Natasha Cayer
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Hello everyone! I want to share with you my photos from the gay parade in Antwerp, Belgium.
We managed to participate in this event by our team. We managed to recall the abuses and murders in Chechnya and Russia.
A lot of work is ahead of us, and now we are just happy.
We are grateful to everyone who came to the gay parade, thanks to those who supported us.
There was an event that we had been waiting for. We congratulate you on the successful LGBT parade. Let the future week be the point of starting new affairs and organizing new events that will help many gays feel protected.
Our team is the first Russian-speaking organization in Europe, actively participated in the gay parade. We prepared as best we could, gathered a large group of girls and guys, we arranged a demonstration meeting on a bridge in Amsterdam, where boats sailed below.
We were photographed by journalists and ordinary people, they greeted us by the hand and wished us a lot of strength, supported us with kind words and asked different questions. It was great that people remember and know about the attitude towards gays in Chechnya and Russia.
We received a great positive energy boost for our future projects. We know that we need this world. We regret that not all participants of our group can attend the photo, as they are afraid for their family left in Chechnya and Russia. Thanks for the support of Voices4 and RUSALGBT.