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Interview to Dutch leading gay magazine

The Dutch magazine Winq.nl interviewed Marcel and Gabriel about their experiences during the trip to Southeast Asia and the outcome of the initiative.

Interview to British show Made With Pride TV

We were invited to talk about Not Only Voices, LGBT worldwide and the current conservative wave of politicians.

Interview to the National Brazilian Radio of Rio de Janeiro

The radio show "Tarde Nacional" invited our director to talk about Not Only Voices. Gabriel also discussed the human rights situation in Brazil and made a comparison to the reality he faced in Southeast Asia. 

Stephen Fry

The amazing British actor and activist Stephen Fry endorsed Not Only Voices on Twitter! Thanks very muc, Stephen. You are a source of inspiration to us.

Gabriel wins AIESEC Brazil Awards

Gabriel was awarded in the category "Peace" at the Alumni Hall of Fame of AIESEC in Brazil (Organization he was part of until 2010). He was recognized by the impact he creates through Not Only Voices and previous job experiences.

We are on Spanish and Macedonian News!

One of our interviews in Myanmar took off around the world and was spotlighted on online magazines in Spain (Loottis) and Macedonia (Queer.MK).

Marcel Wins Winq Prize

Marcel received the "Winq Travel Award" at the Winq Autumn Ball for his contribution to Not Only Voices. The Winq is a leading magazine on LGBT issues in the Netherlands.

We were spotlighted on Gay Star News!

Our story of Criminalized Love in Myanmar was spotlighted on the international online magazine.  

Gay couples in Myanmar: love at any cost

‘He proposed to me in front of the Buddhas so his word is real. He cannot lie in front of the Buddha.’

We've got exciting news! #4

Gabriel shares the plans to make a full-length documentary and announces that we will upload short video-opinions from different human rights defenders about contemporary issues every other week.

Thanks for your support and spread the word! #3

Gabriel thanks the support of everyone, especially of two civil society organizations in Singapore. Our Facebook page has reached more than fifteen thousand people and our videos were watched more than five thousand times this week! Please also check our youtube page. Gabriel also introduces our interviewee of the week Zaw Zaw, who is a gay man living with HIV in Myanmar and does an amazing work there. Finally, he talks about three LGBTI-related things that happened in the world this week. Check it out!

It has been a great start! #2

Gabriel explains that our videos were watched more than 1000 times this week! Moreover, he talks about our interviewee of the week and share information about an important voting that will take place tomorrow at the United Nations in New York.

Welcome to Not Only Voices! #1

Today is the International Human Rights Day we are launching our website! Not Only Voices is an organization that aims to discuss the contemporary social and legal challenges in the world and connect human rights defenders around the world. We seek to make their work on the ground more visible, and share the different realities experienced by ordinary people. Through an intersectional approach, the ultimate goal of Not Only Voices is to empower groups with vulnerabilities while making individuals aware of their own privileges. We work on the basis that by becoming better informed, every individual can actively generate a positive impact.