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Le 21 septembre 2018, Zak Kostopoulos – militant queer, artiste drag et défenseur des droits des personnes LGBTIQ+ et des droits des personnes vivant avec le VIH – a été battu à mort à Athènes. L’investigation de la police a été menée de manière superficielle, laissant le doute quant à la nature homophobe, queerphobe et sérophobe de cet acte de haine. Quand est-ce que justice sera faite pour Zak ? Quand est-ce que cesseront les crimes de haine, les actes de violence et les meurtres envers les personnes LGBTIQ+ ?Le 17 mai pour la journée mondiale contre l’homo- et la transphobie (IDAHOT), Amnesty International Luxembourg et le Centre d’Information GAy et LEsbien – CIGALE seront à la Place d’Armes de 12h-14h pour informer les passant•e•s sur les droits des personnes LGBTIQ+, sur les discriminations persistantes et sur l’engagement que chaque personne peut prendre.Au Luxembourg, en Europe et dans le monde : nous demandons justice et protection pour les personnes appartenant aux minorités sexuelles et de genre.Rejoignez-nous et signez la pétition : https://www.amnesty.org/en/get-involved/take-action/greece-justice-for-zak/ **********************************************************************************On the 21st September 2018, Zak Kostopoulos – a queer activist, drag artist, LGBTIQ+ rights defender and defender for people living with HIV – was beaten to death in Athens. Police investigation is missing linkages and erasing the homophobic, queerphobic and serophobic nature of this criminal act. When will justice be made for Zak? When will hate crimes, violence and murders towards LGBTIQ+ people stop?On the 17th of May for the Internationl Day against Homo- and Transphobia (IDAHOT), the GAy and LEsbian Information Centre – CIGALE and Amnesty International Luxembourg will be present at the Place d’Armes from noon to 2pm to inform people on LGBTIQ+ rights, on-going discrimination and what can be done by each one of us.In Luxembourg, Europe and worldwide: we want justice and protection for all people belonging to sexual and gender minorities.Meet us and sign the petition: https://www.amnesty.org/en/get-involved/take-action/greece-justice-for-zak/Justice4ZakZackie DefendHumanRights LeavingNoOneBehind