You are warmly invited to the launch of the Beyond Binaries in sport online multimedia resource, dedicated to fostering LGBTIQ+ inclusion in sports activities and competitions.
With a preview of the content and talks from the creators of the resource, join us to hear about the interactive practical tools that you
can use to promote LGBTIQ+ inclusion in sport.
After 9 months we are returning to Paris for some more sport, art and activist work and fun... Joining our local friends and B2 / BeyondBinaries E+ project we will take part in #15 TIP (International tournament of Paris) and some of the programs around FIFA Women's World CUP. Real time updates and more elaborate plans are on FB https://www.facebook.com/events/1297330187090201/ and reporting on Instagram www.instagram.com/ccsport.link
We had a wonderful experience at Queer Pride Gent 2019 FAIR with amazing people and atmosphere last Saturday. We were doing stands with Yanis of #JusticeForZack, and #FANin2050 anti-harassment activist-illustrator Mirra, that we hope we will follow-up with more collaborations. It was nice to meet many friends from Ghent and region visiting, as well as to see how this premiere communal self-organized event tried to innovate highly compromised Pride format in a joyful and cute queer way.
The first ever Queer Pride Gentwill take place on Saturday 11 May 2019. The Vrijdagmarkt area will get ready for, and transform itself into, a safe haven for all LGBTQ+ people and their sympathisers. Queer Pride Gent is rooted in the spirit of inclusivity and appreciation of any sexual or romantic orientation and gender identity/expression as well as of any other social identity marker, including class, ethnicity, disability, age, belief and geographical origin.
Interviews & interventions // around the Belgian premiere league match of [KAA Gent vs Cercle Brugge]
We aim to spread awareness around diversity, inclusion & the evolution of identity towards a more progressive and contemporary culture in football. For this we plan fun and video & audio interviews with fans of KAA Gent, before and during the match against Cercle Brugge on Friday the 21st of December. The interviews will be about the logo and identity of the football team and diversity of fans: instead of a native american chief, we’re looking towards the future.
What will it mean to be a football fan in ...
... 2050? 2040? 2030? 2020?
WHY: Football is critically acclaimed as one of the last bastions of white male mass culture. It is in urgent need to be re-calibrated for the 21st century, a future that can make diversities out of differences, participation out of privileges and think about intersections that go beyond just sporadic inclusions. In the context of this massive fan-centered sport, let's think about: What is the future identity of a football fan? What can we project towards 2050? 2040? 2030? 2020?