Next AGA: Kraków, Poland

KKS Krakersy was elected to host EGLSF's annual general assembly next year. Kraków is known for World Heritage (Unesco, 1978) and headquarters one of the most active lgbt sports clubs in Eastern Europe. We are already looking forward to meeting you all there! 

Monday, March 10th, 2014 @ 14:34|Categories: 2014, AGA, Announcements, News|Comments Off on Next AGA: Kraków, Poland

Committees of the EGLSF

During the AGA 2014, the general assembly established two more committees: the Legal Advice & Youth committee. EGLSF has now, together with the two already existing ones –Diversity and EuroGames 2012 Audit–, four committees with the following members:

Legal Advice Committee (
Lou Manders (John Blankenstein Foundation), Johan van Ven (Honorary member), Anya Wiersma (GUTS).
Liaison Board member: Tim van Hoydonck
Youth Committee (
Lovro Centrih (Out in Slovenija), Patryk Śledziński (Volup), Janis Koeppel (Seitenwechsel)
Liaison Board member: Dániel Waliduda
Diversity Committee (
Željko Blaće (qSport), Inge Jansen (Ketelbinkie), Conny Kempe-Schälicke (Seitenwechsel).
Liaison Board member: Annette Wachter
EuroGames 2012 Audit Committee:
Edwin Westenberg (Ketelbinkie), Juha Meronen (Hot Helsinki), Marius Weiland (Upstream).
Liaison [...]

Monday, March 10th, 2014 @ 14:32|Categories: 2014, AGA, Announcements|Comments Off on Committees of the EGLSF
  • Board in 2013

New EGLSF Board

After the elections at this year’s eventful Annual General Assembly, the board of the EGLSF is composed of the following seven members:

Male Co-President: Klaus Heusslein (Germany/Italy)
Treasurer: Tim Van Hoydonck (Belgium)
General Secretary: Annette Wachter (Germany)
Board members at large: Tamara Tien (The Netherlands), Jon Landa (Spain/Italy), Dániel Waliduda (Hungary) and Christiana Daneva (Bulgaria).

EGLSF welcomes Christiana to the board and thanks Armelle Mazé (former female Co-President) for her contribution and hard work in the past years.

Monday, March 10th, 2014 @ 14:25|Categories: 2014, AGA, Announcements, News|Comments Off on New EGLSF Board
  • Funding Opportunity - Small Grants

EGLSF Funding Programme 2013: Announcement of project results

The board of the European Gay & Lesbian Sport Federation (EGLSF) is happy to announce the projects which will be funded this year through the EGLSF Funding Programme 2013: Strengthening Development in Central & Eastern Europe - Good Practice Small Grants Fund.

Six small project from six different countries will be supported:

Bosnia & Herzegovina: "qSPORT for queer people" by qSport
Bulgaria: "Through sport to tolerance" by Association of the Sports Journalists of the Bulgarian Union of Journalists
Lithuania: "Fair Play for Inclusive Sport" by Lithuanian Gay League
Macedonia (FYROM): "LGBT Rights are Human Rights" by Women's Alliance
Serbia: "Team promotion and strengthening" by FemSlam/Labris
Slovakia: "Supporting [...]

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 @ 11:32|Categories: 2013, Announcements, News, Projects|Comments Off on EGLSF Funding Programme 2013: Announcement of project results

EGLSF AGA Hosts announcement – results

The Board is happy to announce that after the e-voting developed during August, the virtual assembly has decided that the next AGA, in which EGLSF will celebrate its 25th anniversary, will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, hosted by our friends from Out in Slovenia.

Their bidding received the 47,1% of votes and members preferred it above the other two great proposals, delivered by FriGo (from Budapest) and Panteres Grogues (from Barcelona). The Board would like to thank both organizations for willing to host the AGA and to celebrate our anniversary in their cities.

It is time for the Board to start preparations [...]

Monday, September 2nd, 2013 @ 11:35|Categories: 2013, AGA, Announcements, News|Comments Off on EGLSF AGA Hosts announcement – results