Cfi: Gaming Application - Call for interest - deadline 25th of April

The EGLSF has been granted funds from the European Union for a project “Preventing & Fighting Homophobic Violence & Intolerance in Sport – Pride in Sport”. EGLSF's bid includes the programming of a Anti-Discrimination Gaming Application for young people. The aim of the application is to raise awareness and understanding of discrimination such as homophobia, transphobia, racism, sexism and discrimination against disabled people in sport and to give all young people the tools with which to challenge such discrimination where they encounter it. Ultimately, it is intended that the product will be available online for use by organisations working with young people, such as schools and youth centres. The application must appeal to young people, be current and potentially to remain relevant for at least three years (with future updates to be negotiated independently of this call).

The budget allocated in the EGLSF bid amounts to 50,000 of which 20% is to be co-financed by EGLSFs own funds.

Cfp: ART focusing on Tensions between Sport and LGBTQ Realities

Deadline Passed... but proposals are being accepted for review and inclusion in the platform on monthly basis!]

INTERNATIONAL CALL for ART focusing on Tensions between Sport and LGBTQ Realities

International cluster of organisations working in arts, culture and sport, announces open call for multi-disciplinary art projects focusing on tensions of Sport and LGBTQ realities, with the aim of supporting production and presentation of artistic expression that contributes to reflection on the field of Sport in it’s Social, Cultural and Political aspects.

Project is initiated by Željko Blaće of qSPORT (Croatia), Chris Vanja of The Justin Campaign Arts (UK) and Alex Brahim of Digital Bureau of International Art (Spain), supported by Panteres Grouges (Spain), Pride Games (UK) and inQueerzicija (Croatia). List of partners is expanding.
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instituting of LGBT sport on-line networking

In past two days in meetings (Thursday - Ahoy and Friday - QueerSport.LAB) and several informal conversations the topic of instituting of LGBT sport on-line networking has been discussed among several people. Initiated by Maarten (of, supported by Zeljko (of, with Emy, Sonia and Marc (of, with Marc ( and Azeem Ahmad (Vorspiel Berlin badminton)... Networking social efforts of Frank Kelly (out in Ireland) and technical services Stephane Colet (QUBE Sport) were discussed as well as experiences of Gay Sports Friends and FGG with different commercial service providers and qSPORT with open source CMS (...and web application framework).

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