Campaign: Dare it? Wear Pink; a positive stand against bullyingFTweet
The Young Queer Alliance(YQA) marked the 24 of February in pink with the celebration of the International Stand Up Against Bullying day. Members of the local LGBTI communities as well as allies stood up together as one body to voice out against bullying.
The “Dare it? Wear PINK” was indeed a remarkable success that took the social media by storms and a proof of Mauritian youth solidarity for victims of bullying as well as a willingness to educate and positively reform bullies.
See whole Album here on the Young Queer Alliance facebook:https://www.facebook.com/yqa.org. Join the YQA cause if you believe in a bully-free and healthy society and that life should be "en rose" for everyone.
Upcoming Events More
- 1st Feb 2020 YQA 6th Anniversary
- 24th Feb 2020 International Stand Up to Bullying Day
- 31st Mar 2020 International Transgender Day of Visibility
Others about us
Eric Whitaker (U.S. Department of State)
I find the youngsters of Young Queer Alliance very creative and I welcome this shelter project in Mauritius. Congratulations for this beautiful project that I will surely narrate at Washington.
Saarvesh Doorjean (Peer Outreach, YQA)
I am so proud of us. I have learnt many things and got to know many people working with the Young Queer Alliance. A big thank you and the team at YQA.
Aldo Dell'Ariccia (European Union)
I took the opportunity to comment the initiative of the Young Queer Alliance for launching a national campaign theme "Equality for All", and thank the members of the association for their determination and dynamism.