Here's information on our plans to make Copenhagen 2021 accessible to deaf and disabled visitors


When we say #YouAreIncluded, we mean it. We want to ensure that Copenhagen 2021 provides a space for everyone in the LGBTI+ community including deaf and disabled people to raise awareness, campaign and celebrate.


Our volunteer stewards, known as Includers, will be wearing bright red clothing so you can easily identify them. They are there to help and they will have been given training on how to help and support visitors who have a disability or other special needs. They will all be carrying official Copenhagen 2021 identification.

We also have Includer roles for people who have a disability. Find out more about being an Includer.

Sign Language Interpretation

There will be International Sign Language interpretation at main events in Copenhagen and Malmö, at the Fluid Festival in Copenhagen, at WorldPride House in Malmö, at all Human Rights Forum events, and at all spoken word events that we organise.

In Copenhagen we’re working with LGBTI+ deaf organisation Tegnbuen, and they have created a dedicated Facebook Page for deaf visitors to Copenhagen 2021.

Quiet space

If you need a break away from the hustle and bustle of the main activities, we recommend Arcadia, our Meeting Place in City Hall Garden in Copenhagen, where you can relax. There is no loud music in this space.

There will be a dedicated quiet space at the WorldPride House in Malmö. This will be open every day throughout the event.


In Copenhagen and Malmö we will have accessible, gender-neutral toilets at various locations and these will be published in advance.


In July we will publish details of the nearest accessible parking spaces to the various locations being used during Copenhagen 2021.

Audio Guides

We will publish audio guides for key events in early August.

External venues

We require all external venues hosting official events to be fully accessible and to have accessible toilets.

We are not responsible for accessibility at non-official events or venues, and urge you to contact the organiser or venue directly for information.

Questions or ideas?

We’d love to hear from you to answer any questions you might have, or to hear your ideas on how we can make the event as accessible as possible. Please contact us.

Partners and Sponsors

See the full list of Partners and Sponsors