The 113 th session of the United Nations Human Rights Committee took place in Geneva from 18 March to 19 March 2015. The report of the Ivory Coast on the implementation of the Covenant on Civil and Political Rights being indicted, our presence was intended to inform the international community about the real situation of LGBTI in Ivory Coast. This helped draw attention to the abuses are regularly victims homosexuals in Ivory Coast. The use of Article 360 of the Criminal Code was also denounced.
From 22 to 24 July 2015 to Korièt Abidjan residence, held a consultation workshop that brought together all the actors (facilitators) social justice in Ivory Coast and its theme: the Emergence of Homosexual identity in Africa, a question of citizenship and social justice. LLACI joined LGBTI civil society in our country to recognize the legitimacy of our claims but especially for a fairer society.
From 16 to 20 November 2015 in Abidjan, PANOS organize a training workshop for the media. The training aimed to build capacity to use the right tools for the collection or multimedia content generation the LGBTI community in order to fight against homophobia on the internet by having an effective presence on social networks such as Twitter and Facebook, or by creating blogs. Since then we have an increased presence on réseux socaux although we have leveraged our visibility early in our actions with our website hosted by our technical partner in Canada.