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2012 InterPride Annual Conference – Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Wednesday, October 3 – Sunday, October 7, 2012

InterPride celebrates it’s 30th Anniversary this year as we return the city where it all began, Boston, MA, USA.

InterPride members meet once a year at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of its members. InterPride’s AGM is hosted by a member organization to provide workshops on producing LGBTI Pride Events and issues pertinent to our community; along with meetings of the membership,and board and committees network and collaborate on an international scale and take care of the business of the organization. Member organizations can vote on the policies and procedures of the organization and the annual international LGBTI Pride Theme.

Boston Pride hosts the 2012 conference and will bring together global Pride organizations to share experiences and learn from each other.
Who can register?
Anyone can register to attend InterPride 2012 Boston. Whether you are an InterPride member, a pride organizer, an event planner, an LGBT activist or someone interested in learning how to create fun or political events, you are welcome to attend InterPride’s Annual World Conference!

Who much does it cost?
The registration fees for InterPride 2012 Boston are broken down as follow:

InterPride delegates (i.e., your organization is a member of InterPride): fee starts at $125 only! This fee is valid until the end of InterPride 2011 Brussels (24 Oct. 2011). After that date, the fee increases to $175, until 1 Aug. 2012. The late fee after that date will be $225 per person.

Spouses, partners, kids and guests of InterPride delegates: a flat fee of $95, no matter when you register. Note that this fee does not include access to workshops and educational sessions, but includes a registration bag, access to social activities and all meals.

All others: a flat fee of $225, no matter when you register. However, if your organization joins InterPride, you can become eligible to pay the delegate fee, a saving of $100!

How can I get more information about registration?
Easy! Click here: or contact!!

Conference information and registration is possible http://www.interpride2012.orgThe Host Committee of InterPride 2012 Boston can be reached as follows:
Phone: +00.1.617.417.0359
Mail: InterPride 2012, c/o Boston Pride, 398 Columbus Ave #285, Boston, MA 02116, USA

Room booking at the Sheraton Boston Hotel is now open!
Click here to reserve your room.

What are the rates?
The host committee of the 2012 conference have negotiated the following rates for your stay at the Sheraton Boston Hotel during the conference:

Single: $239/room ($239/person)
Double: $239/room ($120/person)
Triple: $264/room ($88/person)
Quad: $289/room ($72/person)
For more info:

Welcome to Boston, Massachusetts, USA!

Boston, first incorporated as a town in 1630, and as a city in 1822, is one of America’s oldest cities, with a rich economic and social history. What began as a homesteading community eventually evolved into a center for social and political change. Boston has since become the economic and cultural hub of New England.

As the region’s hub, Boston is home to over 617,000 residents, many institutions of higher education, some of the world’s finest inpatient hospitals, and numerous cultural and professional sports organizations. Boston-based jobs, primarily within the finance, health care, educational, and service areas, numbered nearly 660,000 in 2002. Millions of people visit Boston to take in its historic neighborhoods, attend cultural or sporting events, and conduct business.

To read more about Boston, visit the wikipedia article on Boston, which includes details about the history, geography, demographics etc… of our great city.

Did you know Boston has many nicknames, including:
  • The City on a Hill came from original Massachusetts Bay Colony‘s governor John Winthrop‘s goal to create the biblical "City on a Hill.” It also refers to the original three hills of Boston.
  • The Hub is a shortened form of a phrase recorded by writer Oliver Wendell Holmes, The Hub of the Solar System. This has since developed into The Hub of the Universe.
  • The Athens of America is a title given by William Tudor, co-founder of the North American Review for Boston’s great cultural and intellectual influence.
  • The Puritan City nickname references the religion of the city’s founders.
  • The Cradle of Liberty derives from Boston’s role in instigating the American Revolution.
  • City of Notions in the nineteenth century.
  • America’s Walking City, because Boston’s compact and high density nature has made walking an effective and popular mode of transit in the city. In fact, it has the seventh-highest percentage of pedestrian commuters of any city in the United States, while neighboring Cambridge is the highest.
  • Beantown refers to the regional dish of baked beans. This nickname is almost exclusively used by non-Bostonians and is rarely used by natives. According to, back in colonial days, a favorite Boston food was beans baked in molasses for several hours. Boston was part of the "triangular trade” in which slaves in the Caribbean grew sugar cane to be shipped to Boston to be made into rum to be sent to West Africa to buy more slaves to send to the West Indies. Sailors and traders called it "Beantown” The local residents did not refer to their city as "Beantown.”
  • Titletown refers to Boston’s historic dominance in the world of sports, specifically the Boston Celtics, having 17 NBA Championships.
  • City of Champions, much like Titletown, refers to Boston’s recent streak of dominance in sports, with the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins, and New England Patriots each winning World (i.e., national) Championships in the last decade.
  • The Olde Towne comes from the fact that Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It is often used in reference to the Boston Red Sox (The Olde Towne Team)
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