Pride Amsterdam
Canal Parade boat

Equal Rights Coalition

The Equal Rights Coalition (ERC) is an intergovernmental body of 43 Member States dedicated to the protection of the rights of LGBTI+ persons. The ERC advances the human rights of LGBTI+ persons and promotes inclusive development, in both member and non-member countries, by engaging with civil society organizations, multilateral agencies, and activists from all over […]

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The Equal Rights Coalition (ERC) is an intergovernmental body of 43 Member States dedicated to the protection of the rights of LGBTI+ persons. The ERC advances the human rights of LGBTI+ persons and promotes inclusive development, in both member and non-member countries, by engaging with civil society organizations, multilateral agencies, and activists from all over the world.

The 43 Member States of the ERC are: Albania; Argentina; Australia; Austria; Belgium; Brazil; Cabo Verde; Canada; Chile; Costa Rica; Cyprus; the Czech Republic; Denmark; Ecuador; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Honduras; Iceland; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Malta; Mexico; Montenegro; the Netherlands; New Zealand; North Macedonia; Norway; Portugal; Serbia; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Ukraine; United Kingdom; United States; and Uruguay.

The motto of our boat is: Equal Rights Coalition – 43 countries TOGETHER for equality

Ambassadors and employees of the embassies of the member states are on our boat together with our guests: Drag queen Rozetta Stone and DJ Katro Zauber.

Rozetta Stone is multilingual cabaret sensation! This cunning linguist hails from Brisbane, and after wowing the crowds of London, Reykjavik, Tokyo, and New York with her comedy, she is now tolerated by Amsterdam! Her multilingual comedy cabaret crosses borders and builds connections.

Katro Zauber dj-sets have taken her on tours to some of Europe’s most vibrant cultural hubs, including Paris, Amsterdam, Tel-Aviv, Warsaw, Moscow, St-Petersburg, and Tbilisi. “To me, music is a way of breaking down barriers and creating connections between people,” she observes. “No matter where you come from or what language you speak, we can all come together and feel the power and joy of great music.”