We ask rights without borders because rights belong to people, while borders cause discriminations. Join us on the 24th of june for the Milano Pride parade against all borders, we will meet in piazza Duca d’Aosta at 2.30 pm.
What is Milano Pride
Milano Pride is first and foremost a manifestation of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual, asexual, intersexual, and queer pride: an extraordinary celebration of freedom that is made possible by the combined work of pubblic offices, associations, and businesses as well as the participation of thousands of people.
It is organised by the Coordinamento Arcobaleno on the basis of a project made by C.I.G. Arcigay Milano. Milano Pride is part of Onda Pride, which unites all the Italian Prides.
inclusive and participative
Milano Pride takes into account a variety of associations and institutional bodies, not just those tied to the LGBT* community, so as to create a synergistic partnership.
Milano Pride is attentive to and supportive of the rights of other minorities, mindful of how resources are used, and respectful of the city.
Milano Pride is careful in its use of resources and can support itself thanks to the involvement of local businesses who wish to contribute to and invest in this event.
Milano Pride Parade 2017 will take place on the 24th of June.
We will meet at 2.30 pm in piazza Duca d’Aosta, the parade will start at 3.30 pm and culminates in Porta Venezia district, as shown on the map.
Pride week and pride square
Pride Week 2017, between the 17th and the 25th of June, is a well-known and recognized appointment by the Milan city and community and will be characterized by a wide range of events related to the LGBT+ world.
During the Milano Pride weekend, the streets around the “Lazzaretto” will turn into the Pride Square: a city “village” that aims to spread the values of integration and dialogue through a relaxed and fun environment.
The 2016 Milano Pride was the fourth edition of Pride based on a project that was born in 2013 when Milan was a candidate for Europride 2015. The 2016 Milano Pride counted more than 150,000 people during the parade, approximately 20,00 who participated in Pride Week events, more than 15,000 visitors to Pride Square, and growing visibility on social media (Facebook alone counts approximately 13,000 registered contacts).