Örömmel tesszük közzé a Budapest Pride Manifesztóját, amely megfogalmazza a szervezetünk által képviselt víziót, értékeket, célokat és eszközöket. A manifesztót konszenzussal készítette és fogadta el szervezői csapatunk. A jövőben a dokumentumban lefektetett alapelvek mentén végezzük munkánkat és működünk együtt aktivistákkal és szervezetekkel. A manifesztó teljes szövege elérhető itt.
Every year workshops, discussions, forums, and debates make up a major part of the Budapest Pride Festival. This year’s festival, which marks Budapest Pride’s 18th anniversary, will have an array of workshops Monday through Friday, July 1 through July 5. The workshops, starting each day at 5 p.m., will be held in a variety of locations in Budapest.
Be creative, help shape the festival, submit your proposal!
For the first time, this year’s Budapest Pride film festival will be held as a separate event series. On its 18th anniversary, the Budapest Pride LGBTQ Film Festival will split off from the Budapest Pride Festival. The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) film festival will debut at the end of October in the Toldi Theater.
The organizing team of the 17th annual Budapest Pride Film and Cultural Festival would like to thank all the people and organizations who contributed to the success of this year's festival with their participation, support, and hard work.
This May 17th Budapest Pride joins Amnesty International Hungary in its street campaign on International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Everyone is invited to join in front of the Office of the Parliament between 14:00 and 16:00, and to attend the discussion held by Transvanilla Transgender Association at 18:00. Join us and say NO to homophobia and transphobia!
Budapest Pride welcomes the news that the police did not attempt to prevent this year's Budapest Pride March. The march will take place on Saturday, July 6, as part of a week-long series of diverse cultural and social events from June 30 to July 7.
The 18th Budapest Pride Festival, a week-long series of diverse cultural and social activities, will begin this year on June 30. Registered with the police yesterday, the Budapest Pride March will be on Saturday, July 6. Given the political and societal climate, the festival’s theme for this year is the importance of solidarity and actively standing up for each other: Our freedom is your freedom.
Budapest Pride opposes the new constitution and its 4th amendment. We stand in support of all citizens’ initiatives, protests and acts of civil disobedience that draw attention to this attack on democracy, constitutionalism, and the rule of law and that defend these values by peaceful means.
The organizers of Budapest Pride strongly condemn the banning of Belgrade Pride 2012, which was planned to be held Oct. 6. The march, which has been attacked by extremists for years, was banned this week by the Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs. It is sad the Serbian state, instead of stopping these attacks, chooses instead to ban a peaceful march and violate the basic human rights of LGBTQ people in Serbia.
A number of pride marches in Eastern Europe have been threatened in the last three weeks: police bans and extremist attacks have led to violations of the right to freedom of assembly of LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) communities in the region. As the organizers of the Budapest Pride Film and Cultural Festival, we stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ communities under attack in Russia, Ukraine, and Georgia and offer our support.
This year’s Budapest Pride Film and Cultural Festival will be held from July 1 through July 8, 2012. The week-long festival, which features a variety of events at different points of the capital, includes film screenings, discussions, theater performances, exhibitions, parties, concerts, and the Saturday afternoon Budapest Pride March. We invite all who support culture and democratic rights to join us.
Join us on May 17 from 4 pm at Deák Square, where you can participate in numerous events in recognition of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. What will YOU do to stand up against homophobia and transphobia? Come and upport the Budapest Pride March with a video message, make sidewalk art with us, add your name to Amnesty International’s Baltic Pride petition, and then drop by Café Vis Major at 6 for a discussion held by TransVanilla.
The Rainbow Mission Foundation has signed a joint NGO submission, in which we call on the Minister of Justice and Public Administration to withdraw the proposal, which, if adopted by Parliament, would declare that Hungary is not willing to implement the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).
We welcome today’s ruling of the Budapest Metropolitan Court, which annuls the banning order against the Budapest Pride march issued by the Budapest Police last week. However, as the Court could not examine the fact that the police clearly violated its equal treatment obligations, we are taking further legal action with the help of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee.