Wij zijn er voor Amsterdam en omgeving.

30 augustus 2015: Amsterdam schaft verplichte geslachtsregistratie op gemeentelijke formulieren af
1 maart 2023: Op 1 maart ondertekenden 14 partijen het provinciaal regenboogstembus akkoord 2023.
5 december 2015: Amsterdam vangt LHBT-vluchtelingen die daaraan behoefte hebben apart op.
2013: COC Amsterdam e.o presenteert het RAINBOW-project: een nieuw lespakket voor voorlichting op scholen
2016; COC Amsterdam e.o. bestaat zeventig jaar!
2021: COC Amsterdam bestaat 75 jaar!
2015: start Cocktail, maatjesproject voor LHBT asielzoekers in Amsterdam en Almere
2016: EuroPride in Amsterdam
2014: oprichting van AmsterdamPinkPanel, een onderzoekspanel voor veiligheid van LHBT Amsterdammers
1 april 2016: Amsterdam viert 15 jaar homohuwelijk met I Amsterdam in regenboogkleuren
8 april 2013: groot protest in Amsterdam tijdens bezoek Poetin

Doe mee!

Op verschillende manieren kun jij helpen om onze activiteiten in Amsterdam en omgeving mogelijk te maken, voor nu en de toekomst.

Steun COC

September 7th 2020 stop hate compaign against Polish rainbow community!

1 September 2020 -
On Monday evening 7 September, a group of organizations and activists at the 
Amsterdam Homomonument will organize a demonstration against the increasingly grim anti-LGBTI campaign in Poland. The organizers demand more action from the Dutch government, the European Union and denominations.

Demonstration against LGBTI hate Poland:
• Monday 7 September 2020 - 6.00-6.45 pm - Homomonument - Westermarkt - Amsterdam
• Have a look at Facebook events. HERE
• Bring a rainbow flag
• Follow the regulations against the Coronavirus (at the bottom of this message).

Hate campaign
The Polish government has been conducting an increasingly intense campaign of hatred against therainbow community for the past two years. Entire provinces and municipalities declare themselves "LGBTI-free zone," and President Duda made LGBTI hatred a key theme of his reelection 
campaign earlier this year. The hate campaign has become increasingly grim in recent weeks. 
On August 7, 48 LGBTI activists were arrested during a peaceful demonstration for the release of 
transgender activist Margot Szutowicz, who had herself been arrested in an earlier protest. In late 
August, the influential Polish Bishops' Conference called for "clinics" where people should be 
upposedly "cured" of their sexual orientation. Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki almost 
immediately embraced that call.

With the demonstration, the organizers reinforce their demand that the Dutch government, 
the European Union and churches should take more action against the anti-LGBTI hate campaign 
in Poland. For example, they want Dutch denominations to discuss LGBTI human rights directly 
with their Polish fellow believers and ask for clarification. They also want to encourage Polish 
LGBTIs. The demonstration is organized by the COC, the Dutch-Polish network Nieheteronormatywne Niderlandy, pastor for the rainbow community of the Protestant Church Amsterdam Wielie 
Elhorst and activist Hans Verhoeven.

Bring your rainbow flag ...
The organizers call on participants to bring a rainbow flag: "Out of solidarity with Polish LGBTIs, 
we will create a sea of ​​rainbow flags at the Amsterdam Homomonument on Thursday. Bring your 
flag and be visible! "

Adhere to Corona regulations:
Keep 1.5 meters away, also on arrival and departure
Wear a mouth mask
Follow the instructions of the law enforcement officers
Stand on the indicated spots that are 2 meters apart on the ground
Do not change places during the demonstration
Do not form chants






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