Cork City receives LGBTI+ European Rainbow Flag

12 May 2021
By Tom Collins
tom@TheCork.ie

The Lord Mayor, Cllr Joe Kavanagh together with representatives of the Cork City LGBTI+ InterAgency Steering Group were delighted to accept the European Rainbow Flag from our sister city Cologne and the Pulse of Europe NGO to show our solidarity and our colours for the protection of minorities in Europe, in particular the LGBTI+ community.

Cork City will mark international IDAHOBIT Day 2021 this year as it has every year this past decade by bringing the City Council, public services, community groups and lgbti+ ngos together to challenge homophobia, transphobia and biphobia. As we prepare to open LGBTI+ Awareness Week in Cork City from May 16th to May 22nd we will mark IDAHOBIT 2021 and celebrate our links with all of cities in the Rainbow Cities Network and our sister city San Francisco by sharing the Rainbow.

23rd April 2021.
Pictured are, Ailsa Spindler, Project Coordinator Gay Project, Lord Mayor Cllr Joe Kavanagh, Siobhan O’Dowd, Chairperson LGBTI+ Inter Agency Group, Tony Power, Community & Social Inclusion Cork City Council and Kate Moynihan, Co-ordinator of LINC and member of LGBTI+ InterAgency, at the Civic Offices City Hall, Cork.


23rd April 2021.
Pictured are, Lord Mayor Cllr Joe Kavanagh, Siobhan O’Dowd, Chairperson LGBTI+ Inter Agency Group, Kate Moynihan, Co-ordinator of LINC and member of LGBTI+ InterAgency, Tony Power, Community & Social Inclusion Cork City Council and Ailsa Spindler, Project Coordinator Gay Project, at the Civic Offices City Hall, Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.

23rd April 2021.
Pictured are, Tony Power, Community & Social Inclusion Cork City Council and Siobhan O’Dowd, Chairperson LGBTI+ Inter Agency Group, at the Civic Offices City Hall, Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.

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