The Search for Prides is On! (and we need your help!)
lnterPride is updating the Pride Radar report for 2015. A major part of this update is gathering as much data about as many LGBTI Prides as possible. So we are conducting a global survey of Prides.
We want to know what makes a Pride successful. How it impacts society. How it supports social acceptance.
We will use what we learn to strengthen Prides and the Pride movement around the world. By better understanding the global climate for Pride, we will hopefully be better able prevent prides from being banned and to build coalitions for a safer and more LGBTI-inclusive world.
But we can’t do it alone. We need your help. Starting in the beginning of August, we are sending a link to a survey to each pride that is known to us.
Click here now to get started.
What is the Pride Radar?
All pride events around the world in one report. In depth analysis about the trends within the global pride movement. In 2012 InterPride launched its first Pride Radar report. This flagship report connected the pride movement with the hostility of countries they operate in.
In 2015 InterPride will publish a new report. Pride United has been asked by InterPride to help create this report. You can find more on their website: prideunited.org