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Durban is set to come alive again this year as DURBAN PRIDE®  raises the international Gay Flag to mark yet another year of commemoration and celebration of  our rights to sexual orientation and sexual and gender identity.  DURBAN PRIDE®  activities would comprise seminars, community workshops, public marches, book launches, performing arts, the June Film Festival, the June Pride Parade and Festival, media work and more. These are scheduled to take place on/around specific important dates in both the International and South Africa’s National Human Rights Calendars as indicated below:- March Commemorate the Sharpeville Massacre, 21 Mar, National Human Rights Day  April Commemorate 27 Apr, National Freedom Day May Observe International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, 17 May June Observe and Commemorate the youth struggle to access equal education and to be taught in a language that was understandable, 16 June, National Youth Day Liberation March/Parade and Festival, to 24 June 2017 August Celebrate Women’s Liberation, 9 Aug, National Women’s Day DGLFF Film Festival, 19-28 August 2016 September Observe Heritage Month Participate @ Celebrate eThekwini Parade, 20/27 Sept November/December Speaking out during 16 Days of Activism, 25 November, 1 December (World AIDS Day) and 10 December (International Human Rights Day.
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Durban is set to come alive again this year as DURBAN PRIDE®  raises the international Gay Flag to mark yet another year of commemoration and celebration of  our rights to sexual orientation and sexual and gender identity.  DURBAN PRIDE®  activities would comprise seminars, community workshops, public marches, book launches, performing arts, the June Film Festival, the June Pride Parade and Festival, media work and more. These are scheduled to take place on/around specific important dates in both the International and South Africa’s National Human Rights Calendars as indicated below:- March Commemorate the Sharpeville Massacre, 21 Mar, National Human Rights Day  April Commemorate 27 Apr, National Freedom Day May Observe International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, 17 May June Observe and Commemorate the youth struggle to access equal education and to be taught in a language that was understandable, 16 June, National Youth Day Liberation March/Parade and Festival, to 24 June 2017 August Celebrate Women’s Liberation, 9 Aug, National Women’s Day DGLFF Film Festival, 19-28 August 2016 September Observe Heritage Month Participate @ Celebrate eThekwini Parade, 20/27 Sept November/December Speaking out during 16 Days of Activism, 25 November, 1 December (World AIDS Day) and 10 December (International Human Rights Day.
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