Image: Ambjorn Thorhard

Image: Ambjorn Thorhard











Our Annual General Meeting takes place from Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th September 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is hosted by West Pride and Stockholm Pride, joint hosts of EuroPride 2018.



Thursday 21 September
Arrival of the EPOA board

Friday 22 September
0900-1300 Registration for all delegates at Post Hotel
Please note that there will be no lunch served on Friday
1300-1800 The AGM starts. During this time there will also be the presentation of the cities applying for EuroPride 2020 (Bergen, Brussels, Hamburg and Thessaloniki). There will be a break at 1500.
1900 Dinner and evening program

Saturday 23 September
0930-1030 Seminars part 1 (three different to choose from)
1030-1050 Break
1100-1200 Seminars part 2 (three different to choose from)
1200-1315 Lunch
1330-1800 AGM continues (break at 1530)
1900 Dinner and evening program

Sunday 24 September
1000-1300 Final proceedings
Lunch to carry with you
1400-1600 EPOA Board meeting



Registration is now open, with a fantastic hotel deal negotiated by our hosts. The prices below include two nights at the Clarion Hotel Post, and meals from Friday dinner to Sunday lunchtime inclusive.

Early Bird Rate (until 30 June)
EPOA Members €260
Non-Members €370

Full Rate (Bookings after 30 June)
EPOA Members €370
Non-Members €470

Click here to register now!


About Gothenburg

Gothenburg is encircled by rocky shoreline, deep forests, tranquil lakes and the surging sea to the west. No other Swedish city gives such easy access to nature. Right on the doorstep are wide open spaces and magical islands.

Four centuries ago, when the decision was taken to build a harbour city on the west coast, the ambition was to open up Sweden to the outside world. Building a city on Swedish marshland, wedged between Norway and Denmark, was no easy undertaking, but with the help of the Dutch, English, Scots and Germans the vision was realised.

Today, Gothenburg is a flourishing green city with a vibrant cultural scene, world-class restaurants and a fascinating history. At the same time adventure is never far away. There is always an island waiting to be explored or a mountain to be conquered from the saddle of your bike. With its light summer evenings, colourful autumn days and snow-blanketed winter mornings, Gothenburg is where you can experience the real Sweden.

The accessible city

Gothenburg is an open and accessible city. It offers almost everything you would expect of a cosmopolitan city – within walking distance. All you need is right in the city and you can get everywhere on foot – from the Central Station to your hotel, to the arenas, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. But it’s not just close to everything; it’s also easy to get here. Both international airports are just 20 minutes from the city centre and you can get direct flights here from more than 65 European cities.

Today, Greater Gothenburg is home to 970,000 people from almost every country on the planet. It is they who give the city its soul, its pulse and its unique atmosphere. In Sweden, Gothenburgers have a reputation for their friendliness and hospitality, and many who visit the city for the first time can attest to just how welcoming it feels.

Read more about Gothenburg here!