Protocol of Klöw

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Protocol of Klöw
Protoclo de Klöw
Created January 2021
Ratified 27 February 2021
Location Klöw, Sildavia
Authors Maria of Sildavia
Signers
Purpose
  • Establish mechanisms of defense for the LGBTQIA+ community.

The Protocol of Klöw (Portuguese: Protoclo de Klöw) is a treaty signed by Brazilian micronationalists that engaged in defense of the LGBTQIA+ community within the Portuguese-speaking micronationalism in a initiave chaired by Queen Maria of Sildavia, and held in Klöw from early January to 27 February 2021, date when the treaty was ratified by most members of the Conference of Santiago, the most active representants of the Brazilian sector.

The objective of the treaty was to provide recognition of the importance of the LGBTQIA+ community and mechanisms of defense for this group within the signatories, as much as to fight abuses and promote the respect for the group within the micronational community as a whole.

Background

Discussions

Signatories

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