Zagreb Pride is a queer feminist and anti-fascist organization committed to the achievement of an active society of solidarity and equality free from gender and sexual norms and categories, and any other kind of oppression.
Through education, research, advocacy, empowerment and direct action, Zagreb Pride struggles for LGBTIQ persons and communities, non-normative families and society as a whole and works on the elimination of all forms of discrimination, based on the full promotion, respect and protection of human rights.
It was officially formed in September of 2008 by the act of registering; nevertheless, this group considers itself to be a continuation of all the previous organizational committees since the 2002 Zagreb Pride March.
When initiated, Zagreb Pride March was conceived as a protest march against patriarchy and homo/trans-phobia, while at the same time it has been a tool for supporting the LGBTIQ community.
Since then, Zagreb Pride grew into an organization working in three fields besides organizing direct actions: LGBT advocacy, direct help for LGBTIQ community and LGBTIQ rights education. Zagreb Pride organization has 24 members, and around 50 volunteers.