The Belgian Pride, more than 25 years by your side!
As a continuation of the visibility of LGBTQI+ rights, we decided to create Pride Works, where The Belgian Pride will serve as a bridge between the LGBTQI+ community and the work-floor.
We would also like to take this opportunity to provide you with more information about participating during The Belgian Pride 2022, which will take place next year on 21 May 2022!
Follow it live here!
For 2021, the Belgian Pride has decided to stay focused on #WeCare, where draw attention to the many challenges that need to be addressed. Together, let’s improve the health of LGBTI+ people in all its aspects!
Pride is a verb that resonates throughout the year! Here’s a summary of all events organized, sponsored and/or highlighted by The Belgian Pride.
Support the Belgian Pride 2021: colour your pavement with rainbows!
The Belgian Pride will unfortunately not take place with a big parade in Brussels this year... But not to worry: we are planning digital events that will be broadcasted throughout May, with a big online event on May 22nd too.
Everyone can still celebrate at home, on the pavement, inside or in the garden, but always respectful of their bubble. But just because we stay at home doesn't mean we can't show that we are proud of our community.
In our Pride Shop, we make available to you some chalk so that everyone can colour the pavement in rainbow colours. You can then post a picture of yourself colouring your pavement and tag @thebelgianpride and #WeCare to join all the other people joining in!
In Belgium, the first 'gay day' took place on 18 March 1978 in Ghent. It was organised by Rooie Vlinder, a left-wing feminist group with an extremely activist approach. The second time that gays and lesbians made their voices heard on the streets was […]