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Helena Dalli: “We cannot live in a world where people are not treated equally”

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Helena Dalli: “We cannot live in a world where people are not treated equally”

Helena Dalli: “We cannot live in a world where people are not treated equally”

Helena Dalli is the European Commissioner for Equality.

Attending the Human Rights conference at Belgrade’s Europride2022, she spoke to euronews reporter Valerie Gauriat of the importance of defending LGBTQI+ rights, in a European context where civil rights as a whole are increasingly under attack.


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