Accessibility

Accessibility at Copenhagen Pride

Copenhagen Pride is for the entire LGBTI+ communtiy! We recognize that we still have room for improvement regarding accessibility, but we are committed to working on it. If you have any questions or comments, reach out to us at [email protected].

This page will be updated ongoingly.

Level free access

For Copenhagen Pride Week 2022, all our own venues will have level free access. This does not apply to Grand Teatret and Gloria.

Toilets

You can find accessible toilets on Pride Square. The toilet has been moved next to the Pride Merch stand in order to make room for the events taking place during the weekend. Please note that you will first have to get the key to the toilet from the volunteer tent if you wish to use it. The key must of course be returned afterwards.

Digital presence

In the past few years, we have learned that the option for digital participation is an important part of making our events accessible. This year, all events for Debatteltet and Hovedkassen will be broadcast live via Facebook (the only exeception is Expectations For My Body Vol 1). The footage will later be subtitled and uploaded to our YouTube-canal, where you can also find recordings from previous years. The big shows on Friday and Saturday will be recorded and broadcast at a later time.

Sign language interpretation

We are working together with Tegnbuen to have selected events interpreted to sign language. This page will be updated with more information.

Volunteering

We want to welcome everyone as a volunteer for Copenhagen Pride. However, there are certain situations where we do not have the ressources to provide the necessary care. Our volunteer managers cannot assist with visiting the toilet or adjusting medical equipment. If you need this during your shift, we ask that you are accompanied by a helper. Send an email to [email protected] to coordinate. If anyone starts feeling unwell during a shift, we will call for Samaritans who will help.

Parade

As a new initiative, we are giving neurodiverse persons the chance to walk along the parade route with our team the day before, so they can make themselves familiar with the surroundings. More information to come.