Take this opportunity to get people together and reach out, to help stop Homophobia.
Fondation Émergence promotes, mainly on a pan-Canadian level, the International Day Against Homophobia  and encourages organisations and individuals to highlight this event in their environment.
In Canada, recognition, for lesbian and gay communities, has been first and foremost a judicial acceptance brought about by the adoption of the Charter of Human Rights. However, judicial advances will remain only that until a complete, unlimited social acceptance of homosexuality is achieved and homophobia wiped out. To achieve this goal, the Fondation Émergence proposed in 2003, along with partners, to hold each year a special day dedicated to the social recognition of homosexual experience