We're under attack in Poland

Polish politicians have declared LGBT+ people "enemies of the state." Pride marches are being attacked. Show your solidarity and sign now!

Hate and violence against LGBT+ communities in Poland are escalating.

In the past few weeks, around 30 Polish municipalities have declared themselves "LGBT-free zones," a newspaper distributed stickers with the same inflammatory slogan and a crossed-out Pride flag, and participants at a Pride march in the city of Białystok were attacked with stones and bottles by nationalists and far-right groups.

Polish LGBT+ people are determined to fight back against the hate, but they need your help. Show your solidarity by asking the European Union for support.

This campaign is being run in conjunction with Kampania Przeciw Homofobii - KPH (Campaign Against Homophobia) and Lambda Warszawa.

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Goal: 60,000

To: Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission President and Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission President-elect

LGBT+ people in Poland are under attack: Over the last few weeks, many Polish municipalities have declared themselves "LGBT-free zones," a newspaper distributed stickers with this inflammatory slogan, and participants at a Pride march in the city of Białystok were attacked by nationalist hooligans and far-right groups.

We call on you to condemn these acts of violence and discrimination and to urge Polish authorities to protect the LGBT+ community and to pass legislation on hate crimes based on sexual orientation and gender identity.


0people have signed
Goal: 60,000