Pride som bevægelse

Debatter om Pridebevægelsen i Danmark, WorlPride 2021, METU Pride i Tyrkiet,  EPOA (den europæiske sammenslutning for Pride Organizers) samt åbningstalen ved Copenhagen Pride Week 2020

Status on Copenhagen2021 
In a year, Copenhagen Pride and Pan Idræt (sports) will host WorldPride and EuroGames in Copenhagen – and we’re definitely not the only ones excited to experience Copenhagen 2021! As a prelude to the giant event next year, we’ve invited the Directors for human rights, culture and sports to talk about their plans. Language: English Participants: Ayhan Can (Director of Sports, Copenhagen 2021), Aron LeFevre (Director of Human Rights, Copenhagen 2021) and Sasha Carlson (Coordinator of Culture, Copenhagen 2021) Om et år er Copenhagen Pride og Pan Idræt værter for WorldPride og EuroGames i København – og vi er helt sikkert ikke de eneste, der er spændte på at opleve Copenhagen 2021! Som optakt til næste års kæmpearrangement, har vi inviteret fagcheferne for menneskerettigheder, kultur og sport til at fortælle om deres respektive områder. Sprog: Dansk Deltagere: Ayhan Can (Director of Sports, Copenhagen 2021), Aron LeFevre (Director of Human Rights, Copenhagen 2021), Sasha Carlson (Coordinator of Culture, Copenhagen 2021)
The Pride movement in Europe
Pride organisers all around Europe have gathered in the European Pride Organisers Association to work together to enhance visibility and rights for LGBTI+ people. Steve Taylor, board member for EPOA and head of communications for Copenhagen 2021, will talk about EPOA’s influence, the importance of international solidarity, and how the cancellation of different European Prides due to Covid -19 affects our movement. In 2020, it is especially important to stand up to pressure and let our voices be heard. Language: English. Participants: Steve Taylor
Officiel åbningsreception
Åbning af årets Copenhagen Pride Week 2020 samt fællessang ved Copenhagen Pride. Sprog: Dansk/engelsk Taler: Lars Henriksen The opening of this year’s Copenhagen Pride Week 2020 and a sing-along with Copenhagen Pride Language: Danish/English. Speaker: Lars Henriksen
Status on Copenhagen2021 

In 2019, nineteen LGBTI+ activists were put on trial in Ankara, accused of ‘breaching the assembly ban’ because they had partaken in an LGBTI+ Pride March at the Middle East Technical University. Police dispersed the crowds with pepper spray, tear gas and rubber bullets. Melike Balkan fra METU LGBTI+ Solidarity and Öykü Sidem Aydın, foreperson in the Ankara Bar Association’s group for LGBTI+ rights, will talk about the LGBTI+ situation inTurkey, about the METU case and how we, as an international community, can help.

Language: English 

Participants: Melike Balkan [they/them] (METU LGBTI+ Solidarity) and Öykü Sidem Aydın [they/them] (Foreperson, Ankara Bar Association’s group for LGBTI+ rights)»

I 2019 blev 19 LGBTI+ aktivister stillet for retten i Ankara, anklaget for ”brud på forsamlingsforbud”, fordi de havde deltaget i LGBTI+ Pride March på Middle East Technical University. Politiet brød menneskemængden op med peberspray, tåregas og gummikugler. Melike Balkan fra METU LGBTI+ Solidarity og Öykü Sidem Aydın, Forperson i Ankara Bar Association’s gruppe for LGBTI+ rettigheder, fortæller om LGBTI+ situationen i Tyrkiet, om METU-sagen, og hvordan vi som et internationalt miljø kan give en hånd med.

Sprog: Engelsk

Deltagere: Melike Balkan [de/dem] (METU LGBTI+ Solidarity), Öykü Sidem Aydın [de/dem] (Forperson, Ankara Bar Association’s gruppe for LGBTI+ rettigheder)»

The Pride movement in Europe
Antallet af prides i Danmark stiger: Nørrebro, Odense, Fanø, Kolding, Aarhus, Viborg, Pride i Vest, Aalborg og København. Pride er en menneskerettighedsdemonstration for lige rettigheder og social accept. Er Danmark i mål, eller har vi stadig kampe, der skal kæmpes? Har vi solgt ud af værdierne bag pride og mistet fokus? Og hvad er fremtiden for danske prides? Oplev en debat med deltagere fra forskellige danske prides. Sprog: Dansk. Deltagere: Lars Henriksen (Copenhagen Pride), Martin Christensen (Aalborg Pride), Cecilie Rymer, (Kolding Pride), Christina Exner (Fanø Pride), Mona Linaa (Aarhus Pride), Edgar Anderson (Viborg Pride). Moderator: Michael Bager (Copenhagen Pride) The number of Prides in Denmark is increasing: Nørrebro, Odense, Fanø, Kolding, Aarhus, Viborg, Pride i Vest, Aalborg and København. Pride is a human rights demonstration for equal rights and social acceptance. Has Denmark reached the goal or are there still battles to fight? Have we sold out on the values behind Pride and lost focus? And what is the future for Danishprides? Experience a discussion with panellists form different Danish prides. Language: Danish. Participants: Lars Henriksen (Copenhagen Pride), Martin Christensen (Aalborg Pride), Cecilie Rymer, (Kolding Pride), Christina Exner (Fanø Pride), Mona Linaa (Aarhus Pride), Edgar Anderson (Viborg Pride). Moderator: Michael Bager (Copenhagen Pride)
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