Published Tuesday, 15 May 2012
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This week marks Anti-Homophobia Week and the region's largest gay organisation is taking a mobile billboard through towns and cities to explain how damaging homophobia can be.
The Rainbow Project's billboard arrived in Londonderry on Tuesday and director John O'Doherty said it provides a unique chance for people to speak out against homophobia.
"We all hear homophobia in our everyday lives whether it is on TV, in our place of work or from our friends and family.
"Anti-Homophobia Week is an opportunity for everyone to take time to consider the impact of their actions and the actions of people around them towards minority groups within our society," he said.
If you're on the streets and you hear abuse at you, you kind of shy away, you want to run and hide.
Thomas Dougan, The Rainbow Project
It is 30 years since homosexuality was decriminalised in Northern Ireland, and the International Day of Action Against Homophobia will be observed with an event at Belfast City Hall.
Lord Mayor, Councillor Niall Ó Donnghaile said there is still intolerance in the Northern Ireland society.
"I think during Anti-Homophobia Week it's important that we all consider how our actions can hurt others and to spread the message that homophobia, as with any other prejudice, has no place in a shared society," he explained.