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Our question

What are the consequences of the ‘Law on the Protection of Minors against the Detrimental Effect of Public Information’?
Censorship of informational gay websites
Moral damage to the LGBT community
Second class citizenship
Increased discrimination at schools
No consequences at all

About TRACE - Transnational cooperation for equality

TRACE Partners:
Open and Safe at (Lithuania)
The Project is oriented towards the primary target group - lesbian women and gay men trained at the project laboratory and a bigger secondary target group, which includes all LGBT workers in general, their colleagues, employers and their organisations. The partners in this development partnership are a number of NGOs, researchers, the Ombudsmans Office and representatives from SME’s.
Contact: Eduardas Platovas
Partnership for Equality (Slovenia)
This project includes the Employers Association of Slovenia (ZDS/Zdruzenje delodajalcev Slovenije), the biggest trade union federation (ZSSS/Zveza svobodnih sindikatov Slovenije) and the NGO Skuc. The targets groups for the development partnership are Slovenian social partners – trade union and employers. Homosexuals and lesbians are still “silent victims” of discrimination, which means that they are not as visible and accessible as some other social groups. For this reason the DP is aimed towards education, awareness raising and anti-discrimination policy development of social partners, major actors in the field of employment and labour market.
Contact: Natasa Sukic
Beneath the Surface (Sweden)
The partners represented in this development partnership represent a broad spectrum of the Swedish education system. They are researchers, employers, a number of trade unions, school authorities, two teacher’s training institutions and three NGOs. The target groups for the project are active teachers, students in teachers training, pedagogic instructors, politicians, civil servants working in school environments and pupils.
Contact: Anette Sjodin
The partnership includes the French federation representing HR managers (ANDCP), two organizations devoted to women's rights (CNIDFF and Arborus), and the largest LGBT organization focusing on equal rights in the workplace (L'Autre Cercle). The project encompasses research work on EC anti-discrimination directive in the french labour market, a study of sexism and homophobia, and a survey to identify and disseminate good practices on diversity and equality in the workplace. Special focus is given to sexual orientation discrimination. Target groups are mostly employers and trade unions.
Contact: Cristophe Pretre
e-solution: gaumina