And that is why we welcome your suggestions on what to improve next year.
The preparations of Prague Pride 2014 have already begun and you can help to contribute.
Prague Pride 2013 is still fresh in our memories. We hope that you liked it, yet we are already beginning to work on next year. You too can take part by contributing to Prague Pride 2014. CLick here to see how you can help.
Thanks to everyone who supported us and contributed to the organization for making Prague Pride 2013 a success.
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Prague Pride comments on the situation in Russia
It is necessary to comment on the current situation in Russia. At stake is not only the status of the LGBT community, but also the principle of freedom of speech, civil rights and the question of equality in general. The Putin regime faces several internal issues and while attempting to divert the attention from their own inability to handle these issues, it needs to create enemies. It is not a coincidence that the fierce persecution of the LGBT community started at the same time when the Russian middle class began to display their dissatisfaction with the regime, culminating in demonstrations of hundreds of thousands people.
Rainbow over Petrin
The U.S. Embassy Illuminates the Gloriette In Support of Prague Pride
The U.S. Embassy’s Gloriette pavilion will be illuminated with rainbow-themed colors on Monday, August 12. The illumination will be launched at about 10 PM by the U.S. Embassy and U.S. Congressman David Cicilline. The lighting display represents harmony and inclusion, and will be visible until August 18th.