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IrelandEverything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019

12:30  20 june  2019
12:30  20 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Dublin Pride is returning this year and we’re here to tell you everything you need to know before heading to the events.

The parade itself will take place on Saturday June 29 and will start from the Garden of Remembrance and will march to Merrion Square.

The parade will end with Pride Village, a free outdoor event in Merrion Square which runs until 6pm after passing Liberty Hall where the first LGBT+ rights event took place in 1983.

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A Vlog of Dublin Pride 2019 with special thanks to the staff and volunteers of Youth Work Ireland.

The Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade is a free public event and it is supported by Dublin City Council.

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019 © Collins Photos Dublin’s LGBTQ community and supporters in Smithfield Square at the end of the Gay Pride Parade in 2017

The parade starts at 1pm and 7,000 people and parade floats will lead it through the city along with marching bands, colourful costumes and lots of noise.

The parade is described on their website as “a celebration of diversity and inclusion,  a celebration of LGBTQ+ people and families and their friends and families and allies.

“It’s an opportunity to showcase all the wonderful community and advocacy groups and their supporters that work every day to make life better for the LGBTQ+ community, to celebrate their victories and highlight the work they are still doing.

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“It’s also a protest march, a march to protest the inequalities that still exist in Irish society and the even greater oppression and persecution that LGBTQ+ people experience across the globe.”

If you fancy staying for the party, there is an organised Pride Block party which is a ticketed event and it is advised to book tickets in advance.

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019 © Stephen Collins/Collins Photos Dublin Pride 2014

There are a number of events taking place other than the parade itself and these kick off between June 20 and 30.

To start off tomorrow the Insight Matters Podcast will discuss mental health with “an array of colourful guests” at Mountjoy Centre at 1pm.

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Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019

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A free Scoop ice cream is up for grabs for any couples caught on the big screen, while donations are also optional, with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth Services.

Over the coming weekend there are a range of different events around the city from football matches to speed friending to a Pride run, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Over the following week events are non stop with historic tours, art shows and mental health meetings.

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019 © Niall Carson/PA Wire Dublin Pride Founder Izzy O Rourke who will not be attending this year's event.

More information and a breakdown of events and times can be seen here.

Although the events are only said to last a certain time frame, Trans Pride is set to take place on July 6 at the Garden of Remembrance.

This is taking place on the 27th anniversary of Marha P Johnson who was a trans woman of colour and was a central figure in the original Stonewall riots of 1969 leading to the modern pride movement.

Due to the many events happening around Pride there will be some disruptions and road closures.

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019 © Gareth Chaney Collins (L to R) Adam Smolarek & Salvatore Candela during the Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade 2015

During the main parade on June 29, Parnell Square East & North, Frederick Street North and Cavendish Row will be temporarily closed from 9.00am to 4.00pm.

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Merrion Square East and South, Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Mount Street Upper and Mount Street Crescent will be closed from 6.00am to 10.00pm during the parade.

Pedestrian and local access will be maintained and traffic diversions will be in place.

The Rainbow Bus will make its return again this year which allows all those who may find it difficult to walk attend pride.

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019 © Collins Photos

It is strongly advised to use public transport when attending the events as traffic diversions will make it more difficult to get around the city.

Pride is about celebration and more efforts are being made to make it more accessible for all to attend.

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Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019

For those with mobility, sensory and mental health difficulties, access and transport will be provided throughout the event.

For those hard of hearing, there will be an Irish Sign Language interpreter at the parade and all pre-recorded videos will be subtitled.

The ISL interpreters will be at a number of events that are fully listed here.

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Garda Commissioner Drew Harris said it was very important that members of the force were participating in the parade in uniform . “We are here for a number of very good reasons, one to show that we’re a diverse organisation, we want to be an inclusive organisation and being here in uniform is a physical manifestation of that. © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Assistant Commissioner Barry O’Brien, Assistant Commissioner Orla McPartlin, Sgt Matt Twomey, Chief Supt Lorraine Wheatley, Mr John O’Hara, Inspector Gavin O’Reilly, and Garda Jan Hi attended the parade.

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