EuroPride 2022 flag raised in Belgrade

To mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, the flag of EuroPride 2022 has been raised on the building of the French Embassy in Belgrade. “France, which holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, with the symbolic gesture of raising the EuroPride flag and organizing a reception for the LGBTQI + […]

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Pride Week 2021 Program

Sunday September 12 20:00 National Theatre in Belgrade (Francuska 3) – Raša Plaović stage Theater play “An ongoing song” (Part of the repertoire of the Heartefact Pride Theatre Festival) – Tickets Monday September 13 12:00 KC Grad (Braće Krsmanović 4) Afternoon Matinée with the crew of “An Ongoing Song” 17:00 KC Grad (Braće Krsmanović 4) […]


Belgrade Pride 2020

In 2020, due to the global pandemic, Belgrade Pride has taken a new form, under the slogan “Solidarity Even Within 4 Walls”. Solidarity and mutual support must not be absent even during such extraordinary circumstances, isolation and physical distancing. For that reason, this year’s Pride Week has been full of diverse content that was available […]


Human rights conference “Beyond 2020: The LGBT Community in an

Belgrade Pride in cooperation with Civil Rights Defenders organized a human rights conference entitled “Beyond 2020: The LGBT Community in an Era of Populism”. Held on Friday 13 September in Belgrade, the conference invited human rights experts and LGBT+ activists from Serbia, Croatia, North Macedonia, Albania, as well as the US, Sweden, Germany and The […]


Under the banner of ‘I’m not giving up’ Belgrade Pride

Belgrade Pride under the slogan ‘I’m not giving up’ was successfully held without any major incidents on Sunday 15th September in Belgrade, Serbia.  Organizers say around 2,000 people attended, marking the sixth consecutive year that Pride marches have successfully taken place in Belgrade without being banned by local authorities.  Amongst those in attendance was Serbia’s […]


Activists from the region join Belgrade Pride 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Over a hundred LGBTI+ activists and civil society organisations from across the Western Balkans joined Belgrade Pride last Sunday (15 September).  In the spirit of solidarity, activists from Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Bosnia & Herzegovina made their way to Serbia’s capital to show support to Belgrade Pride. Dozens of activists from Greece, […]


What EuroPride 2022 in Belgrade will bring to Balkans and

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] EuroPride 2022 in Belgrade will be a landmark event for Europe’s entire LGBTI+ community. Away from the colourful celebrations which embody Pride marches across the continent, a struggle for basic human rights is in full-swing on its eastern frontiers. The LGBTI+ community remains one of the most discriminated groups in the Western Balkans, while […]


The Play “Queer Cafe: Hear Our Voices” Held at the

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Launched by American artist and activist Joan Lipkin, with her creative team of Pavle Menalo (producer), Borisav Matić (dramaturg), and Ellen Schaeffer (transcription). Created based on the true stories of many Queer Cafe sessions, this show covers topics ranging from discovering one’s sexuality to dating, family, school, church, business, marriage, and hope for the […]


Mr Tree: from Stonewall to Belgrade

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Belgrade’s Pride Info Centre had the pleasure of hosting Fredd E. “Tree” Sequoia – an LGBT+ activist and participant of the Stonewall riots in New York.  A bartender at the Stonewall Inn, Tree was witness to the very moment that ignited the LGBT+ cause, the police raid and the subsequent riots which unfolded on […]