CBS joins Copenhagen Pride 2022 – please join too!
CBS in the Copenhagen Pride Parade
Copenhagen Pride is back and the big splash is as always the Copenhagen Pride Parade on 20 August: the culmination of a full week’s events and a proud celebration with crowded Copenhagen streets cheering at the up to 30.000 participants marching for LGBTQIA+ rights – this year with ‘Freedom’ as the overall theme. CBS will be there too to mark our commitment to this agenda – both in the parade and during Pride Week discussing and sharing our research knowledge within this field.
Find us in the white LOVE SUIT EVERYONE T-shirts during the parade and join us for the events during Pride Week.
CBS in the Human Rights Programme
LGBTQIA+ inclusion is an ongoing effort, and CBS researchers and students share their relevant knowledge research at debates and events throughout the Pride Week leading up to the parade, e.g. in collaboration with big players such as Google, Coca Cola, Danske Bank, ISS, and Mærsk:
- Three Cheers for Woke Capitalism: Tuesday 16 August, 15.00-15.45 at the Debate Tent, Central Copenhagen, online featuring Professor Carl Rhodes, author of Woke Capitalism. Livestreamed. Find the event on Facebook here.
- Creating Pride without Pinkwashing: Wednesday 17 August, 19.30-20.30 at Vartov, Central Copenhagen. Find the event on Facebook here.
- Workplace Inclusion-event: Friday 19 August, 8.30-11.00 at the Danske Bank auditorium, CBS, Solbjerg Plads, Frederiksberg. This event is targeted business professionals and participants with an academic interest in the theme. Find out more here.
Want to know more?
- Sign up for more CBS-news on both our events and our participation in the Copenhagen Pride Parade here – we’ll get back to you with the latest info.
- As a CBS’er you can sign up for the CBS participation in the Pride Parade on Facebook here
- Find the full programme and follow Copenhagen Pride 2022 on the website here
Looking forward to discussing and celebrating with you all during Pride Week!
At CBS, Pride is a celebration of the everyday effort to make study and work environments more inclusive, with room for diversity, through our research and teaching. Pride is an opportunity for proudly delivering on our obligation to society, as a public institution, by contributing with transformative knowledge and education