This section gathers all the news suggested by Pride Marseille and the press releases published by the association Fierté Marseille Organisation. We invite you to get informed by reading these news and sharing them with your friends on social networks. Happy reading!
With the theme "always too much", Pride Marseille's Steering Committee wished to make visible the labels that we are stuck with. These markers of our multiple identities lead to discrimination and systemic violence. This is why we are asking for societal advances
The 28th edition of Pride Marseille will take place from June 24 to July 3, 2021. This dossier tells the story of how the associations in the area and the Pride team decided to denounce the norms and what the path was
The first and second rounds of the Regional Elections will be held on June 20 and 27. PRIDE MARSEILLE is in essence apartisan. It has worked and will continue to work with all elected democrats and republicans, regardless of the
THE PIERTY MARCH WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY, JULY 3, 2021 The Pride March will conclude 10 days of events such as an Opening Night, numerous festive and militant events labelled as PrideWeek, a Pride Festival and
"They told us that we should not exist" These are the words of the aggressors of two lesbians in Angers, at the beginning of the year, during a rally of the Manif Pour Tous. This coalition would like to make us believe, since many years, that we are not the only ones to be attacked.
This first Saturday of July, we are sad but we also want to be bearers of hope and proposals. This afternoon, the PRIDE MARSEILLE will not march in the streets of our city. The pandemic has led to the postponement of our
At the end of the second round of municipal elections and before the City Council meeting that will designate its mayor, Marseille is at a turning point in its history. With the news of the withdrawal of Martine Vassal, the Republican candidate, in favor of
In our press release of April 3, 2020, we announced the postponement of the Marseille Pride from August 28 to September 5, while specifying that these dates remained "hypothetical in the current context" and that "depending on the evolution of this crisis", we were "unfortunately
In this confusing and uncertain period, Pride Marseille would like to remind you of its support for those who are directly or indirectly affected by Covid-19. We wish them and their families a speedy recovery. To those