Liverpool to host KyivPride's Equality March
Thousands of people gathered in the British city of Liverpool, where the Ukrainian public organization KyivPride is holding the Equality March this year.
Sky News reports this.
"We are marching together for Ukraine, for freedom, to remind the world and Great Britain that the war is not over," said the organization's spokesman, Edward Rees, who arrived in Liverpool on the event occasion.
According to him, the fight for the rights of the LGBT+ community in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world is not over yet.
Representatives of the LGBT+ community of Ukraine and Britain participate in the event.
The organizer of the Equality March and the director of the public organization KyivPride Lenny Emson highly appreciated the cooperation between Kyiv and Liverpool.
KyivPride is a Ukrainian public organization that works to increase public awareness of the LGBT+ community in Ukraine. It was created in 2016 and has organized Pride Week yearly.
During the week, various educational and cultural activities take place to discuss the experiences of the LGBT+ community. This includes discussions, training, workshops, exhibitions, and film screenings.
The event's highlight is the Equality March, a march for human rights.