The Annual General Meeting & World Conference will be hosted online on November 6–14, 2021. Registration is open now. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
InterPride’s 2021 Annual General Meeting & World Conference will be hosted by InterPride and coordinated by the Conference Structure & Integrity Committee (CISC).
Please make sure you set up Sched since this is the platform we will use to stream all our online sessions in November. We will upload the schedule soon!
Dear partners and friends!
We would like to share a couple of inspiring news with you regarding KharkivPride 2021, which ended with the March on 12 September.
This year we have implemented a few performances:
Thank you to Copenhagen for organizing the 7th edition of WorldPride!
WorldPride 2021 was held in Copenhagen last month, with over 1,000 events spanning sports, culture, human rights, and Pride. Visit the archive of live streams to see more. COVID-19 travel restrictions prevented many people from making it there in person, but some members of the leadership team from InterPride were able to attend and march at WorldPride 2021. …
InterPride’s 2021 Annual General Meeting & World Conference will be held virtually, hosted by InterPride and coordinated by the Conference Structure & Integrity Committee (CISC). Click here to register on Eventbrite.
Please make sure you set up Sched since this is the platform we will use to stream all online meetings in November. We will upload the schedule soon!
Donations are being collected for InterPride’s Solidarity Fund, which supports our membership around the globe with a focus on hostile environments. Due to the current conditions of the global pandemic, the fund needs your help more than ever. Visit our website…
InterPride, the global association of Pride organizers, calls on the international community to support the safe evacuation of Afghanistan citizens, particularly women and girls, in light of the stated intention of the Taliban to re-impose Sharia law in Afghanistan.
Under the Taliban’s interpretation of Sharia law, women and girls are denied fundamental human rights, including the right to education and employment, while girls over 15 are forced into marriage. Breaches of Sharia law attract horrific punishments.
We are deeply concerned that the Taliban has indicated their intention to carry out executions of LGBTQIA+ people through brutal means, including stoning or…
InterPride is the International Association of LGBTQIA+ Pride Organizers. We have almost 400 member organizations in nearly 70 countries. Our work impacts millions worldwide through our members. InterPride is also the owner of the WorldPride brand, and this was the 7th edition of WorldPride in Copenhagen, Denmark, since we first launched in Rome, Italy, 21 years ago.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Copenhagen 2021 and other event partners, including the European Pride Organizers Association (EPOA), for carrying on the torch and for producing Copenhagen WorldPride 2021 despite the COVID-19 pandemic. …
This instruction is a guarantee of your and our safety. The organizers, volunteers and police are making every effort to ensure the March is running peacefully and without any provocations.
March KharkivPride 2021 will take place on September 12 at 12:00PM EEST.
It is very important to arrive on time, or even a few minutes earlier. Before the march, you will be able to meet the volunteers of your column and get yourself oriented at the location.
At the moment, the venue is being agreed upon with the police. We understand that this may take some time. …
The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. Our voices matter and will be heard.
Join us for the first episode where we hear from Somali immigrant and trans activist who lives in Denmark, Moeisha Ali Aden.
We also hear from a former Professional Ice hockey player who is the third player to come out in the world of hockey, Jon Lee-Olsen.
InterPride (www.interpride.org), the global network of LGBTQIA+ Pride organizations, condemns the ongoing recent surge of incidents of violence, discrimination, and marginalization targeting LGBTQIA+ individuals in Europe. As we completed the seventh edition of WorldPride in Copenhagen, Denmark, InterPride is calling upon the world’s national leaders and government officials at all levels to denounce and act in response to these acts of marginalization and terror.
The European Pride Organizers Association (EPOA), United Kingdom Pride Organisers Network (UKPON), CSD Deutschland, and Svenska Pride have joined InterPride in this statement representing the interests of the LGBTQIA+ community.
The breadth and depth of what…