What we do
On 19th of December at 5:00 PM CET InterPride invites all to the webinar which is a part of its Racism & Oppression Awareness Program. InterPride assists member organizations at […]
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People behind the foundation
Jej PerfekcyjnośćChair of the Board
Sociologist, media expert and activist. From 2011 to 2016 organiser and spoke person of Parada Równości (Equality Parade – Warsaw Pride). Chair of the Board of LGBT Business Forum from 2014 to 2016 and Secretary of the Board for Volunteers of Equality Foundation for 5 years till 2016. Founder and – for many years – Chair of the Board of Queer UW. Ex-lecturer at the University of Warsaw. Trainer, organiser of many conferences, workshops and parties. Trans person. Known as a super-organised person and house music fan.
Bartosz JaśkiewiczMember of the Board
Young LGBT+ activist and the fresh blood in the Foundation. A student of Computer Science at the University of Wrocław. Besides studying he spends his time working with high school students and creating websites related to LGBT+ issues and more. Never goes to the gym but attends Pride events whenever he can.
Kajetan StobieckiAllies Programme Coordinator
Student at the College of Inter-Faculty Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw. LGBT+ activist, co-organiser of the pride marches in Łódź (since 2012) and the Equality Parade in Warsaw. Member of the Board of the LGBT Business Forum Foundation (2015-16).
In Poland we are all at the very beginning of our journey towards LGBT workplace inclusion. We have a privilege to work with organisations that are willing to be a leaders on this path. We are proud to be the first and the biggest LGBT-focused NGO in our country taking care of one of the most important parts of people's lives. We sent around 1/3 of our lives in work. So let's make sure we can be champions in our workplaces and we can use our diversity as an advantage for our employers and ourselves.Jej Perfekcyjność