The lawsuit filed against two children, who were detained during the 1st Eskişehir LGBTQ+ Pride Parade held in June last year, has been concluded. Eskişehir 2nd Juvenile Court acquitted the two children, whom the Prosecutor’s Office charged with “violating the Law on Meetings and Demonstrations No. 2911”. In the reasoned decree of the court, it was emphasized that it is a right to organize meetings and demonstration marches, referring to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Convention on Civil and Political Rights, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Turkish Constitution. The trial of 16 others detained during the parade continues at the Eskişehir 8th Criminal Court of First Instance. The second hearing of the lawsuit filed against the LGBTQ+ activists, who stood trial for the first time on March 7, will be held on April 26.