INTERPRIDE is celebrating it’s 40th Anniversary!

InterPride is preparing for 40th Anniversary Gala On Saturday, April 29.

As a member of InterPride organisation ProDiversity is happy to share the news and remind that 2023 World Pride is less than month away and is to be hosted in a hub of the Asia-Pacific region: Sydney, Australia this year.

InterPride is the international organization that brings together Pride organizers from across the World to network, share knowledge, and maximize impact. InterPride welcomes any LGBTQIA+ organization that produces Pride or Pride-like events for their greater community as one of its purposes or activities – ProDiversity has an honour to be one of it’s members.

As of today Early Bird Ticket for the Gala are on sale at, there is also an option to become partner of the anniversary event.

„Becoming a Partner is an impactful way to share your brand and show your support for Pride and LGBTQIA+ organizations in far-reaching locations worldwide. For millions of people around the globe, Pride is their one opportunity each year to come together and feel a part of a community, to feel loved and connected, and to know they aren’t alone. It is now more than ever essential that we support Pride organizers and the LGBTQIA+ community to remain viable and maintain their visibility!”

Sydney WorldPride 2023 (17Feb – 2Mar)

Meanwhile, preparations for 2023 Sydney WorldPride are underway! WorldPride, licensed by InterPride and organized by one of its members, is an event that promotes visibility and awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ+) issues on an international level.

WorldPride is a global LGBTQIA+ festival that has been staged since 2000, with cities competing to host the event. The right to host it is licensed by InterPride which has representatives from nearly every Pride organisation around the world. Previous WorldPride celebrations include New York in 2019 marking 50 years since the Stonewall uprising, and Copenhagen in 2021 celebrating both WorldPride and the EuroGames. 

This time Sydney was chosen by InterPride members to be the host of WorldPride in 2023, marking the first time a city in the southern hemisphere had been chosen. Sydney WorldPride will incorporate all the beloved Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras events, plus a broad festival offering across arts, sport, theatre, concerts, parties, First Nations programming and a human rights conference.

Sydney WorldPride Festival theme

Sydney WorldPride acknowledges the traditional custodians of Australia, the oldest surviving culture on the planet and invites us to work together to create change and long-lasting legacy for all our communities.

We welcome LGBTQIA+ people from across the globe: to honour our elders and communities, acknowledge our connections, and empower each other to celebrate together in new ways.