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The head of the European Union office in Kosovo, Natalia Apostolova, was also among the participants, many of whom were waiving rainbow flags. The parade kicked off at Pristina's Skanderbeg Square amid increased police presence and ended some meters away, at Zahir Pajaziti Square. Ahead of the event capping Pristina Pride Week, organizers called on politicians and civil society activists to take part in support of the LGBT community's rights to freedom of expression, to have different sexual orientations, and to feel safe.

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Rising numbers of people from Kosovo are seeking asylum in other European countries on grounds of persecution for their sexual orientation. This contrast between progressive legal protection and conservative social attitudes is hardly surprising. This gave rise to much criticism during the drafting process, with some delegates walking out in protest.

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Country Profile — Kosovo. Article 22 refers to the direct applicability of international agreements and instruments. While still very traditional and conservative, Kosovo is one of the only 10 countries in the world, which has banned discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation in its Constitution Article

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender LGBT rights in Kosovo [a] have improved in recent years, most notably with the adoption of the new Constitutionbanning discrimination based on sexual orientation. However, homosexuality is still viewed by Kosovar society as a taboo topic. A large LGBT flag covered the front side of the government building that night. Inthe Ottoman Empirethen in control of Kosovo, legalized same-sex intercourse.

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Activists of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT community hold posters and rainbow flags during a march against homophobia in Pristina, Kosovo on May 17, The participants marched under heavy police presence through downtown Pristina, waving rainbow flags to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. Many public figures, including President Hashim Thaci and the US and British ambassadors to Kosovo, marched at the head of the column to voice support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT community.

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A Pristina-based bisexual who insisted on remaining anonymous for personal reasons, told BIRN that members of the LGBT community in Kosovo cannot even think of being open about their sexual orientation. According to him, the LGBT community face human rights violations on a daily basis. This year-old says there are only four people he has been able to talk about his sexual orientation, and none of them belongs to his family.

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The event was held in the capital Pristina on Tuesday and follows unofficial marches in recent years to protest against homophobia and transphobia in the country. Dua Lipa, an English pop star who was born in Kosovo, expressed her support for the event. A report the National Democratic Institutiona US organisation that promotes democratic institutions, found that gay and transgender people face significant levels of homophobia in the region.

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In correspondence with the Research Directorate, the Ombudsperson Institution in Kosovo indicated that society in Kosovo is "very homophobic" Kosovo 17 Sept. The same source stated that LGBT community members fear publicly expressing their sexual orientation, and when they do, they "face discrimination on every ground" and are "stigmatized" in every aspect of social life ibid. Kosovo 2.

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But it was a big -- and risky -- move by Blert Morina, a transgender man trying to bring Kosovo's marginalised LGBT community out of the shadows. The request to change his name to the more masculine version, and his gender to male, was rejected by authorities in the tiny Balkan democracy, where a gay and trans community is forced underground despite progressive laws in its year-old constitution. There are no gay clubs or bars in the capital Pristina, and only two coffee shops are considered safe in the city of half a million.

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Pristina, 28 September On February 17, Kosovo celebrated its tenth birthday. Yet, nearly two decades after the formal cessation of hostilities, victims of oppression remain in Kosovo.

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