|Founded||February 18, 1990|
|Focus||Same-sex marriage and other things.|
|Key people||Klaus Jetz
|Mission||Equality for Lesbians and Gays|
|Formerly called||SVD (Schwulenverband in der DDR)|
Lesben- und Schwulenverband in Deutschland (LSVD), German for the Lesbian and Gay Federation in Germany, is the largest non-governmental LGBT rights organization in Germany. It was founded in 1990 and is part of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA).
LSVD was formed as the Schwulenverband in der DDR (SVD) in 1990 and campaigned successfully to equal rights for a same-sex partnership.
Manfred Bruns, Volker Beck, Eduard Stapel, Günter Dworek and Halina Bendkowski were prominent persons in the Board of Directors. People from the arts like Comic-Designer Ralf König, comedian Hella von Sinnen, director Rosa von Praunheim, from politics and from science like sexologist Rolf Gindorf and others are prominent individual members of the organisation.
- LGBT rights in Germany
- List of LGBT rights organisations
- Hirschfeld Eddy Foundation, a Human Rights Foundation for Lesbians and Gays, erected by LSVD
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