The International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia event was celebrated on May 17 2016 in order to mark the historic achievement of repealing homosexuality and its behaviours from the list of psycho-disorders of WHO in 1990.
Colors Rainbow organizes community events such as International Day Against Homophobia and Transgender Day of Remembrance with other LGBT groups around country.
Colors Rainbow regularly partners with national, regional, and international stakeholders to strengthen the human rights and LGBT rights movements in Myanmar and around the world.
The capacity building initiatives under the Colors Rainbow programme is targeting LGBT activists, a group particularly marginalized in Myanmar due to their sexual orientation.
We, Colors Rainbow, organized a workshop with lawyers in collaboration with UNAIDS and British Embassy in 2014 to discuss promoting of rule of law for LGBT community focusing Myanmar Penal Code 377 and other Police Acts.
Colors Rainbow produce information, education and communication materials relating LGBT and SOGIE. We also do research and produce reports on LGBT issues. Download Lists IEC Metarials: Yogyakarta Poster, PRLP Poster, Introduction on LGBT, HIV/AIDS for LGBT Reports: “Facing 377:
Colors Rainbow produces Rainbow Magazine quarterly. The magazine serves as reliable resource for LGBT news around the world and articles in Myanmar language. Online version of rainbow magazine is available at: http://www.colorsrainbow.org/