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Touring exhibition

Since 2007 we make our touring exhibition “Testimonials of anti-gay violence“ available to national projects and institutions in order to promote and encourage discussions about homophobia and hateful violence. The twelve show boards with explanatory notes document the real effects of prejudice-motivated, homophobic hateful violence without exposing the injured people.

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Party benefit

With our annual party benefit on the occasion of the International Day against Homophobia (May 17), we mobilize broad support within the scenes. Many popular clubs and parties take part in the campaign and thus set a sign of their support:”kiss kiss Berlin - powered by people for tolerance!". At the events the guests can also set a sign for tolerance with a kiss.

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Augen auf! - Szenetipps

Informationen zu K.O.-Tropfen und sexuellen Übergriffen. Wie Du Dich schützen kannst, findest Du auf den folgenden Seiten.

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Lesbian-Gay City Festival

Initiated by MANEO in 1993, the Lesbian-Gay City Festival is nowadays one of the biggest open-air events in the event calendar of the capital. More than 350.000 visitors annually celebrate the beginning of the Berlin Pride Week and its highlight, the Gay Pride Parade on the following weekend, with a colourful mixture of entertainment and information on the gay community. As every year, MANEO was present with its own booth in 2010.

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Kissing Marathon

Under the motto "protect every kiss!" we annually organize the MANEO Kissing Marathon on May 17 in Berlin on the occasion of the International Day against Homophobia. We explicitly let the Kissing Marathon take place at locations that are not an “easy area“for open gays, lesbians and transgenders

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International Day against Homophobia

On May 17th 1990, the General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) determined what was long overdue: to take homosexuality off the list of mental illnesses. May 17th was the proclaimed “International Day against Homophobia”.  Globally, many organizations call attention to homophobia, discrimination and violence on May 17 – MANEO mobilizes as well.

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Cinema spots

Since 2007 the two social-spots are running successfully in national independent cinemas and at international film festivals. This was made possible with the support of the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin (dffb) and the Miami Ad School, whose students approached the topics homophobia and hateful violence in the frame of a 2006 seminar on commercials.

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