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The 2021 attack on Tbilisi Pride was sparked by the March for Dignity, an event planned within the framework of the Pride Week by Tbilisi Pride, NGO uniting LGBT rights activists. Weeks prior an event received widespread public attention and became the subject of public contention. A counter-demonstration was planned by groups opposing the pride parade, who intended to obstruct the pro-LGBT procession down Rustaveli Avenue.

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  • The 2021 attack on Tbilisi Pride was sparked by the March for Dignity, an event planned within the framework of the Pride Week by Tbilisi Pride, NGO uniting LGBT rights activists. Weeks prior an event received widespread public attention and became the subject of public contention. A counter-demonstration was planned by groups opposing the pride parade, who intended to obstruct the pro-LGBT procession down Rustaveli Avenue. Counter-protests, which started before the pride parade, became violent and attacked journalists who were covering the events. Consequently, LGBT activists cancelled the March for Dignity. Dozens of journalists were injured, including TV Pirveli cameraman Alexander Lashkarava, whose death several days later from a drug overdose spurred speculation that they had succumbed to injuries. A number of media outlets and political parties protested along the Tbilisi Pride on the second day, which was also met by counter-protests. (en)
  • Протесты в Грузии начались 5 июля 2021 года. Их причиной стало гомофобное насилие по отношению к участникам ЛГБТ-мероприятия. Пострадало несколько десятков журналистов, в том числе оператор телекомпании «Пирвели» Лексо Лашкарава, который позже скончался из-за передозировки наркотическими веществами. Гомофобное насилие вызвало контрпротесты внутри Грузии, а также международное осуждение этих «групп ненависти» и местных властей, которые сделали не достаточно, чтобы взять их под контроль. (ru)
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  • 102 (xsd:integer)
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  • Attempt to hold Pride parade (en)
dbp:date
  • --07-06
dbp:goals
  • --07-06
  • Counter-protesters: (en)
  • Repeal of anti-discrimination law; Introduction of law banning promotion of homosexuality based on the Hungarian legislation (en)
  • Protesters: Change of societal attitudes toward homosexuality and transgender acceptance; reform of public policy (en)
  • Arrest of those responsible for violence; Resignation of government (en)
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  • 3200 (xsd:integer)
  • 10000 (xsd:integer)
  • 20000 (xsd:integer)
  • unknown (en)
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  • 8 (xsd:integer)
dbp:leadfigures
  • Zurab Makharadze and others (en)
  • Irakli Garibashvili, Vakhtang Gomelauri and others. (en)
  • Giorgi Tabagari, Ana Subeliani, Zurab Japaridze and others (en)
dbp:methods
  • Demonstrations, street blockade. Counter-protesters only: violence ', ransacking, flag desecration, incitement ' (en)
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dbp:result
  • March for Dignity cancelled; 102 counter-protesters arrested (en)
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  • Протесты в Грузии начались 5 июля 2021 года. Их причиной стало гомофобное насилие по отношению к участникам ЛГБТ-мероприятия. Пострадало несколько десятков журналистов, в том числе оператор телекомпании «Пирвели» Лексо Лашкарава, который позже скончался из-за передозировки наркотическими веществами. Гомофобное насилие вызвало контрпротесты внутри Грузии, а также международное осуждение этих «групп ненависти» и местных властей, которые сделали не достаточно, чтобы взять их под контроль. (ru)
  • The 2021 attack on Tbilisi Pride was sparked by the March for Dignity, an event planned within the framework of the Pride Week by Tbilisi Pride, NGO uniting LGBT rights activists. Weeks prior an event received widespread public attention and became the subject of public contention. A counter-demonstration was planned by groups opposing the pride parade, who intended to obstruct the pro-LGBT procession down Rustaveli Avenue. (en)
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  • 2021 attack on Tbilisi Pride (en)
  • Протесты в Тбилиси (2021) (ru)
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