Pride Life Partners

The magazine is distributed to hundreds of LGBTQ+ and LGBTQ+ friendly venues, bars, clubs and outlets across the UK, as well as at the 100+ Pride parades and festivals that take place up and down the country.

Pride Life is honoured to be proud partners of UKPON (the UK Pride Organisers Network), EPOA (the European Pride Organisers Association), and IGLTA (the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association). We work together to amplify the voices and visibility of the LGBTQ+ community across the globe and to stand up for social equality and diversity worldwide.

Our mission is to stop “pink washing” and to support inclusion with genuine organisations and groups that want to promote best practice, inclusion and diversity both internally and externally.

Global Partners

The European Pride Organisers Association (EPOA)

About us
The European Pride Organisers Association (EPOA) is the network of European lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) Pride organisations.

Our history

We were founded in 1991 in London as a joint initiative of the Prides of Amsterdam, Berlin and London. Over the 28 years that followed, EPOA has consistently grown and now has more than 90 member organisations in over 30 countries.

Our work today

We hold the rights to the trademark EuroPride and our purpose of EPOA is to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex Pride on a pan-European level and to empower and support local and national pride organisations in their efforts of planning and promoting Pride both as a celebration but also as a vital human rights movement. EPOA also works to facilitate networking and skill-sharing among members and we do this through our AGM and annual conference, and other trainings, seminars and webinars. We also advocate for the Pride movement at national and international level, including at the European Parliament.

The UK & Pride Organisers Network (UKPON)

The UK & Pride Organisers Network (UKPON) formed to bring Pride organisers together to share knowledge and experiences, to support each other, and to encourage a diverse and vibrant Pride movement around the UK.

Founded in 2016, the Network is powered by volunteers with an elected Board, inspires an identity of Pride that continues to flourish, and offers resources and advocacy for Members.

All Pride organisations are eligible to be members. New Prides are invited to be a part of the Network and have the option to register as voting members. Currently there is no membership fee, all you have to do is complete our membership application form

UKPON is an Associate Member of the European Pride Organisers Association and InterPride, and a member of the LGBT Consortium and ILGA Europe.

If you are planning to organise a Pride event and would like more information about becoming a Member of UKPON, please email board@ukpride.net

Let us know what you’re planning – please send all press release information to media@ukpride.net.

Membership of UKPON is available to any organisation that has produced a Pride event or plans to produce a Pride event in the UK within the previous or forthcoming calendar year and is open to anyone who is interested in furthering its purposes, and who, by accepting membership, has indicated its agreement to become a member and acceptance of the duty of members

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA)

LGBTQ+ Travelers are Welcome Here.

IGLTA, the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association was founded in 1983 and is the world’s leading network of LGBTQ+-welcoming tourism businesses. We provide free travel resources and information while continuously working to promote equality and safety within LGBTQ+ tourism worldwide. IGLTA’s members include LGBTQ+-friendly accommodations, transport, destinations, service providers, Travel Advisors, tour operators, events and travel media located in over 75 countries.

Our Mission
The mission of IGLTA is to provide information and resources for LGBTQ+ travelers and expand LGBTQ+ tourism globally by demonstrating its significant social and economic impact.