Empowering Pride organizations worldwide


InterPride’s mission is to achieve legal, social, and cultural equity for SOGIESC* communities through the Pride movement.

*sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics

2024 Conference

General Meeting & World Conference 2024

General Meeting & World Conference 2024

The General Meeting & World Conference will be hosted in Medellín, Colombia by our member Corporación Stonewall from Wednesday 23 to Sunday 27 October 2024.


As always, the GM&WC will gather Pride organisers from across the globe for five days of opportunities to network and learn from each other and contribute to the future of InterPride and our movement.


Take advantage of our early bird rates at just USD 299.00. This covers conference registration and access to all sessions. Early bird pricing ends on 14 May, after which rates will increase to USD 349.00. Register now on Sched, our chosen conference platform!


Participants who wish to apply for a scholarship to attend are asked to wait for further information on how to apply. This will be published here in due course. 


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United Nations Advocacy Program

United Nations Advocacy Program

InterPride was granted Consultative Status at the United Nations in June 2023. InterPride uplifts the voices of Pride organizers and member organizations through attending UN meetings and gatherings, consulting UN mechanisms, and delivering written statements and oral presentations.

Our Membership

Our Membership

Membership is open to any LGBTQIA+ organization that produces Pride or Pride-like events for their greater community.

Whether it’s a parade, march, rally, festival, arts festival, cultural activity, event or activity, we want to provide a warm and inclusive space for people of all sexual identities – Lesbian, Gay Men, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, and/or other emerging sexual identities.



InterPod, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, powered by InterPride, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community.


Our official podcast is hosted by Michelle Meow, who brings on guests from all over the world to broaden the audience’s understanding of queer, trans, and Pride culture and politics, to surprise and delight listeners with unexpected points of view, and to invite listeners into a vibrant conversation about the issues that are animating the global LGBTQIA+ communities.


Pride 365

Pride 365

Pride 365 is a global partner of InterPride. We believe that the LGBTQIA+ community deserves to be supported all year round, not only during the Pride season.

Pride 365 chose its name to symbolize this mission. Pride 365 works with businesses committed to making the lives of the LGBTQIA+ community better both within their own businesses and in wider society.


Colorism Worldwide (Episode 44)

Introducing InterPod: The Global Voices of Pride Podcast | Episode 44 — Colorism Worldwide.

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Happy Pride Month!

Welcome to “How To Pride” with InterPride! Pride occurs at different times around the world, and InterPride is continuing to celebrate and support the LGBTQIA+ this June of 2022.

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Internship Program

Marketing & Communications (MARCOM) Internship Opportunities with InterPride

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Always walk with Pride with Happy Socks!

Always walk with Pride with Happy Socks!

“Our Pride collection is available 365 days a year. For the third year in a row we are proud to partner with @InterPride, who receives 10% of the profits from all the products sold globally.”

Upcoming Events

Ways To Support Us

Ways To Support Us

Join InterPride today and become a part of something truly special!


Make an impact, join us today!

Whether it’s a parade, march, rally, festival, arts festival, cultural activity, event or activity, we want to provide a warm and inclusive space for people of all sexual identities – Lesbian, Gay Men, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, and/or other emerging sexual identities.

Our Partners In Pride

InterPride’s Anti-Racism Statement

InterPride’s Anti-Racism Statement

Official Statement


As an organization representing the global LGBTQIA+ Pride movement, InterPride acknowledges that our community is no stranger to the systemic racism against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, shown starkly through some forms of violence in their daily lives.


Over the last 50 years of the LGBTQIA+ movement-building, the violence against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color – especially Black trans women – undeniably demonstrates ongoing structural systems of oppression and racism added to the unjust police brutality, reminding us that our work is far from done.


InterPride is committed to supporting the global Black Lives Matter movement during this critical time and doing the hard work required to address all marginalized people’s injustices within our organization and communities face. To make these actions concrete with long-term impacts that will bring change within our organization and beyond, we will launch our Racism and Oppression Awareness Program in November. Additionally, we committed to direct donations received through Global Pride 2020 to support anti-racism programs by Pride organizations worldwide.

We all understand that we need to be part of the solution. As we continue to work toward our vision of a world where there is full cultural, social, and legal equality, we believe this moment is especially critical. We must form broad coalitions committed to addressing the deep forms of structural racism that persistently manifest as forms of violence against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.


We hold our entire Board accountable and urge every member of our committees to take concrete actions by building and setting up anti-racism, anti-oppression, accessibility, diversity, and inclusion training and educational resources. We commit to providing education to our membership organizations, partner organizations, friends, families, and communities about unconscious bias and institutionalized racism. We will persistently be the people in the room that call attention to issues of social injustice.


We call Pride organizations worldwide to join this movement and take the steps needed to end systemic racism.


Leave no one behind!



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