• Politics & Rights

Human Rights Conference

NYC Pride's Human Rights Conference offers a global dialogue about human rights.


Thursday, June 25th 2020 Time: 9am-7pm


New York Law School

185 W Broadway




NYC Pride’s Human Rights Conference is an exciting gathering of activists, artists, educators, journalists, policymakers, students, and others engaged in LGBTQIA+ human rights. Last year's conference featured Manvendra Singh Gohil (Prince Of Rajasthan), Harnaam Kaur and a fireside chat with Raquel Willis, Tracey "Africa'' Norman and Janet Mock. With programming from United Nations, GMHC, Immigration Equality, The NYC LGBT Center, Friedman Transgender Institute, The Dru Project, Matthew Shepard Foundation, Latino Commission on AIDS and Global Citizens Project, to name a few.

This year's one day conference provides a unique opportunity for dialogue surrounding the needs of the community in 2020. We invite you to experience panel discussions and workshops focused on mental health, religion/faith, voting rights, youth driven conversations and much more. Following a full day of programming, ticket holders will have the opportunity to attend an engaging cocktail reception on the rooftop and keynote session to end the day.

Tickets include breakfast, lunch, coffee networking throughout the day, access to all panel discussions/workshops, an engaging cocktail reception and keynote session. Access to on site services such as HIV testing, grief counseling and a self care lounge throughout the day.

Only interested in attending the keynote session? No problem! A select number of keynote ONLY tickets are available for purchase.


Student Admissions - Student ID required at the door

Senior Admissions - Valid for Ages 55 and up

ADA Accessible

ASL integrated programming

Translation Services are available upon request. Please reach out to info@nycpride.org if needed.