Stowarzyszenie Teczowka, The Iris Association
They deal with social education and counteracting discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity by organizing workshops, lectures, meetings, and publishing educational materials.
Trans-Fuzja, Foundation for Trans People*
Its activities include comprehensive gender and sex education, organizing anti-transphobia initiatives to stand for trans* people's rights. Increasing the visibility and representation of trans* and bisexual people is the main goal of the foundation. But also to promote a tolerant attitude, breaking stereotypes, and abolishing the law which discriminates against those people.
Fabryka Równości, Equality Factory
They organize Łódź Equality Marches, debates on social issues, cultural meetings, film screenings, and academic lectures. They also run a radio program - Radio Fabryka on the air of Student Radio Żak of the Łódź University of Technology.
Fundacja Wiara i Tecza, Faith and Rainbow Foundation
Wiara i Tecza opposes any form of discrimination against LGBTIQ* people, particularly religiously motivated discrimination, and all forms of the so-called reparative therapy. They want to create an environment where Polish LGBTIQ* Christians are accepted – their sexuality included – and where they can nurture their faith and spiritual lives. They strive to teach Christian Churches to recognize the value of marriages and other relationships of LGBTIQ* people, including rainbow families with children. They believe, by changing the attitudes within the Church, they work to increase the wellbeing of the entire LGBTIQ* society.
Sistrum Association, Lesbian Culture Space
The aim of the Association's activities is: to produce, animate, disseminate, and archive lesbian culture. Sistrum is a safe space for broadly understood lesbian culture, guided by the following values: contribution, reflection, responsibility, and courage.
My, Rodzice; We, the Parents Association
The aim is mutual support in institutional issues their children might have, for example, bullying at school. Also, they share stories of coming outs of their children. The main idea is that the family is the most important environment for people, and this is where their value and self-esteem comes from. They are active in many cities - Łodź, Warszawa, Elbląd, Bialystok, Włocławek, Krakow.
Grupa Mlodziezowa Tolerado, The Tolerado Youth Group
They are a not-official discussion group for Youths. They organize several events and online discussions, and meetings with experts.
Kampania Przeciw Homofobii, Campaign Against Homophobia
KPH undertakes activities in numerous fields to establish a tolerant society in which gay, lesbian, trans* people and other minorities feel comfortable. Some actions are workshops, meetings with politicians/academics, political lobbying. They are providing legal and psychological counselling at the internet portal www.mojeprawa.info. They publish LGBTIQ* rights quarterly with the Replika and leaflets on various subjects. They are active in international human rights law and practice monitoring them and cooperate with similar organizations from other countries and international bodies.
Stowarzyszenie Miłość Nie Wyklucza (MNW), Love does not exclude
MNW were the first Polish LGBTIQ* organization to advocate full marital equality for same-sex couples. They are building the Polish LGBTIQ* community through informing, networking, exchanging knowledge and experiences as well as mutual support of organizations and people from the community, monitoring and political lobbying for the implementation of the strategic goal of the association - the introduction in Poland of full marital equality for same-sex couples.
Grupa Stonewall, Stonewall Group
The Association unites people who unanimously support postulates of equality of same-sex couples and fight violence and discrimination. Also, it actively indulges in a range of initiatives that help to fight for human rights. They also run an educational channel on Polish youtube covering topics on queer sex and other stuff.
Bears of Poland
Members and supporters of the association meet several times a year for national meetings, which are aimed at integration, meeting new people and maintaining current acquaintances. Educational and preventive campaigns are conducted about health and knowledge about important issues
Stowarzyszenie Stan Równości, Association
Queerowy Maj, Queer May
Equality March in Kraków (Tolerance March before 2010) is an annual demonstration in Kraków, Poland, in the form of a street march of people opposed to homophobia and discrimination against sexual minorities in Poland.