Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meetings is the yearly conference of our Association where our members meet, network, and make decisions on the future of the organisation and decide on future hosts of EuroPride.
About the Annual General Meeting
The AGM is the annual Meeting of all members of our organisation.
The location and host organisation of the next AGM is confirmed at each AGM. The AGM is held at least once each calendar year and not later than fifteen months following the adjournment of the previous AGM. The Board invites all full members to the next AGM with details about the precise date and location of the next AGM at least 60 days prior to the AGM.
2022 Annual General Meeting
- Friday 7, Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 October 2022
- Hosted by Torino Pride in Torino, Italy at NH Hotels Lingotto and DoubleTree by Hilton Lingotto
- Join the Facebook Event
- Book now on the Torino Pride website
Members can apply to the Solidarity Fund for up to 75% or 100% of the costs of attending the AGM. Applications closed on 30 June.
We are seeking proposals from members or individuals who would like to run a Workshop at the AGM. Read more here.
If this is your first AGM, we recommend joining the Webinar fro First Time Attendees, taking place on Tuesday 4 October at 1900 CET. Register here. There is also a welcome session in person on Friday 7 October.
2021 Annual General Meeting
Our Annual General Meeting in 2020 awarded the 2021 event to Torino, Italy. However, due to the uncertainties caused by the global pandemic, our board agreed with the hosts Torino Pride to postpone our physical AGM in Torino until 2022.
The Annual General Meeting 2021 took place online on Saturday 25 September. You can watch a recording of the AGM here.
Previous AGM host cities
- 2021 Madrid, Spain (hybrid online)
- 2020 Oslo, Norway (moved online)
- 2019 Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain
- 2018 Vienna, Austria
- 2017 Gothenburg, Sweden
- 2016 Montpellier, France
- 2015 Amsterdam, Netherlands
- 2014 Riga, Latvia
- 2013 Vilnius, Lithuania
- 2012 Marseille, France
- 2011 London, UK
- 2010 Rome, Italy
- 2009 Warsaw, Poland
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