About the programProgram coordinator – Jonny Dzhibladze
Telephone: +7 (812) 242 54 69, +7 (921) 380 72 80
You are subjected to violence or insults based on your sexual orientation or gender identity? You were denied employment because of your orientation or inconsistency between the way you look and gender, fixed in your passport? Your rent contract is terminated because you live in the apartment with your same-gender partner? You were denied in confirmation of public even, grounding on unacceptability of “homosexual propaganda”? You were expelled from the university because you took part in LGBT-activities?
These are just a few examples of discrimination which any of us could face every day. Please let us know about the violation of your rights!
LGBT-rights violations monitoring program aims obtaining reliable data about LGBT-discrimination in Saint-Petersburg and use these facts to fight for our rights. This data is included into annual report of human rights ombudsman in Saint-Petersburg, as well as into reports of human rights organizations and “Russian LGBT-Network” report. All information collected is used for the work with state authorities, mass media and general public.
We guarantee full anonymity and confidentiality.
Tell us about discrimination:
• via filling the form on our web-site;
• by calling the phone +7 (812) 242 54 69, +7 (921) 380 72 80 (Jonny);
• by writing to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Together we can stop discrimination.
Don’t be silent!