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March with us!

March with us!

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, a key moment in LGBTIQ+ history. In June 1969, a police raid at a Greenwich Village bar frequented by LGBTIQ+ patrons led to spontaneous protests against discrimination and criminalization. These demonstrations helped jumpstart a worldwide movement for equality and inclusion.

For the past five years, UN-GLOBE has been participating in Pride marches worldwide, including in Geneva, New York, and Uganda. Our participation at Pride is an opportunity for the UN to show support for diversity, equality, and inclusion for all.

More cities coming soon!

Paris Pride: 29 June, 2019

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March with us in Paris!

We’ll be at the Marche des fiertés, will you?

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Are you based in Paris or are you visiting?
UN-GLOBE T-Shirts will be available so we can all march as one! We're asking for a donation of EUR 15 at the start of the march to cover the cost of shirts. Please make a note of sizes for additional shirts in the "Anything else?" box below.
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Here's the place for any other info, questions, or mobility requirements you may have, we'll try and get back to you as soon as possible.

UN-GLOBE colleagues of UNESCO and other GLOBE members and friends based in Paris will be joining the LGBT Pride - Marche des fiertés - that will take place on Saturday 29 June.

More information on UN-GLOBE Paris Facebook page.

If you’d like one of the new UN-GLOBE/UNESCO T-shirts, please choose your preferred option in the dropdown menu above. We’re requesting EUR 20 for each shirt, but no one will be turned away from the march for lack of funds. We have a strict deadline of Friday, 14 June to get all your T-shirt orders, so that we have time to get them printed.

Feel free to forward the link to this sign up page to all LGBTQIA+ folks and Allies who might want to come out and march with us!

See you at Pride 2019!

Gabe Scelta