Citizens Association “Parada ponosa Beograd” (Belgrade Pride Parade) was founded after Pride Parade 2010. with idea to form a legal representative body which will have capacity to integrate different approaches in achievement of LGBT rights and freedoms. Belgrade Pride Parade as organization will organize Pride March, Pride Week and Pride Forum and other following events but it will also be engaged in promotion of LGBT rights between Prides through various activities.
Belgrade Pride Parade is result of long term clash of various policies with the same goal; to establish long lasting social peace with a special focus on equal treatment and opportunities for all male and female citizens of Serbia despite their sexual orientation or gender expression.
Our value criteria are intertwined with values of Feministic, Peace, Pacifist, global movement for human rights as well as the LGBT and Queer movements.
Public initiatives and actions of association “Pride Parade Belgrade” has a goal to diminish all forms of violence and discrimination, with a specific focus on homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and sexism in Serbian society.
Citizens association Pride Parade Belgrade wants to give its contribution in overall efforts of construction of democratic society consisted of individuals equal in their rights despite their sexual orientation and gender expression. Belgrade Pride Parade will try to encourage members of LGBT population to demand respect of their constitutionally guaranteed rights. We want to build and strengthen the democratic institutions, especially executive and judicial power, prepared to respect and protect rights of their citizens. Through education and promotion of rights and cultural activities we’ll try to improve status of LGBT rights in Serbia.
- Pride Parade organization
- Organization of following cultural manifestation Pride Week
- Promotion and improvement of LGBTIQ rights
Citizens Emancipation, with strong focus on young people, about significance of human rights with special weight on respect of LGBT rights