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Rainbow Justice: Legal Affairs for the LGBTI Bulgarians Living Abroad

On 22 August 2023 at 18:00, Deystvie will hold an international online seminar. During the seminar, expert participants will share up-to-date information on ongoing strategic cases and tools to identify those concerning LGBTIQ+ Bulgarians living abroad.

We invite you to participate in the event:

  • If you are LGBTIQ+ Bulgarians living abroad and want to move to Bulgaria with your partner, but they are from a non-EU country;

  • If you are LGBTIQ+ Bulgarians living abroad and have a child born there and want a Bulgarian birth certificate;

  • If you are trans Bulgarians who have dual citizenship or residency documents in another country that differ from your Bulgarian documents;

  • If you are LGBTIQ+ Bulgarians living abroad and want to know more about your rights in Bulgaria;

  • If you are an activist or an expert in the defence of LGBTIQ+ rights and want to learn more, this is the online event that will answer all your questions and concerns.

This is the second of 4 seminars that will be organized in the framework of the Rainbow Justice project in the next year and a half. This project is supported by the European Commission and is a collaboration between LGBT Action (Bulgaria) and Accept (Romania). The legal programmes of both organisations have become an important factor in advocating for LGBTIQ+ people as an immediate response to the legal needs of community members. Their strategic efforts in litigating cases that violate European Court of Justice rulings reinforce the common goal of advancing the rights of LGBTIQ people and their families, both at the national and European level.

You can register for the seminar via the registration form:

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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