The European Pride Organisers Association has today (Thursday 9 June 2022) written to the President of the Middle Eastern Technical University (METU) in Ankara to express its disappointment that the planned METU Pride March, due to take place tomorrow, has been banned...
On 27 June 1992, one hundred thousand people from across Europe marched on London in the first ever EuroPride. The organisers of that event could not have known the powerful and enduring event that they were creating, but throughout June EPOA will celebrate the...
Monkeypox is a viral disease most commonly found in central and west Africa. In May 2022 cases were detected in Europe. Media reporting of the outbreaks of monkeypox in Europe has focused heavily on LGBTI+ events that it was claimed had been vector events leading to a...
Join us and show your solidarity with Ukraine Kyiv Pride and Warsaw Pride will march for peace and freedom of Ukraine and against Russian aggression in Ukraine. Our members Kyiv Pride and Warsaw Pride have announced a joint ‘March for Peace’ to take place...
Working with our members in Ukraine, Kharkiv Pride and Kyiv Pride, we have launched the official Prides #StandWithUkraine flag for Pride organisations and supporters to fly at Prides this summer. The flags are printed on fabric with two eyelets, and feature the logos...
With the horrifying situation in Ukraine, it feels only right that our final interview for Lesbian Visibility Week is given over to one of our colleagues at the front line of the fight against Putin’s illegal invasion. Anna Sharyhina (she/her) is one of the...
2000 Rome (WorldPride)
2012 London (WorldPride)
2017 Madrid (WorldPride)
2018 Stockholm & Gothenburg
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