The Swedish foundation "The Rainbow Foundation" has raised money to help Georgian LGBTQ+ activists

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The Swedish foundation "The Rainbow Foundation" has collected 130,000 Swedish kronor (47,000 lari) to provide legal assistance to LGBTQ+ activists in Georgia.

According to the foundation, this amount was collected in just a few hours. The money will be sent to the non-governmental organization "Tbilisi Pride" to provide protection and legal assistance to Georgian LGBTQ activists.

The Rainbow Foundation is a Swedish organization that supports organizations and projects to combat the oppression of human rights. The Foundation has existed since 2014 and is aimed at supporting democracy and promoting the rights and freedoms of LGBTQ people around the world.

Recall that on July 5, aggressive homophobic groups committed violence against media representatives in Tbilisi. They dealt with everyone they associated with the media. 53 journalists were injured, some are still in the hospital. The violence took place in front of the police.

Opponents of the "March of Dignity" demolished tents near the Georgian parliament, and also broke into and destroyed the offices of the "Shame" movement and the "Tbilisi Pride" organization.

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The Swedish foundation "The Rainbow Foundation" has raised money to help Georgian LGBTQ+ activists

2021/07/4-1625816225.jpg
Read: 622     11:00     09 Июль 2021    

The Swedish foundation "The Rainbow Foundation" has collected 130,000 Swedish kronor (47,000 lari) to provide legal assistance to LGBTQ+ activists in Georgia.

According to the foundation, this amount was collected in just a few hours. The money will be sent to the non-governmental organization "Tbilisi Pride" to provide protection and legal assistance to Georgian LGBTQ activists.

The Rainbow Foundation is a Swedish organization that supports organizations and projects to combat the oppression of human rights. The Foundation has existed since 2014 and is aimed at supporting democracy and promoting the rights and freedoms of LGBTQ people around the world.

Recall that on July 5, aggressive homophobic groups committed violence against media representatives in Tbilisi. They dealt with everyone they associated with the media. 53 journalists were injured, some are still in the hospital. The violence took place in front of the police.

Opponents of the "March of Dignity" demolished tents near the Georgian parliament, and also broke into and destroyed the offices of the "Shame" movement and the "Tbilisi Pride" organization.

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