Since we began, our charter has established that we are a non-profit association whose main objective is the defence of LGTBI people’s rights. We are a non-partisan (but not apolitical), non-denominational and feminist organisation. Our policy, approved in 2019, establishes nine lines of work:
We work for the integration of migrants and refugees. To this end, we offer information and personalised advice in collaboration with other NGOs and social services in the city.
As a society and as a collective we have a historical debt to honour since our senior members fought decades ago for the rights we are able to enjoy today. We must make their stories visible, improve their living conditions – decent pensions, quality health care, residences, etc. – and collaborate with the entities that work in the defence of their historical memory.
Galicia is a mainly rural community and the population traditionally lives in very dispersed locations. We fight for the visibility of LGTBI realities in villages and towns so that their inhabitants are not forced to leave their place of origin because of their sexual orientation.
We believe in an educational system that educates on diversity; that is why we work with schools, giving workshops for the whole educational community (teachers, students, parents, etc.).
We want to empower the new generations, facilitating the participation of youth in the political decision-making processes and in the life of the association.
We work to promote performances and artistic demonstrations that make diversity visible in our community, as well as promoting the production of LGTBI creators.
We also give visibility to LGTBI sportspeople in order to achieve equal rights in this field.
On a regular basis, we review these areas and update our policy and redesign our lines of work.