June 2023 will be their fifth year of hosting this event


This year, myGwork has once again planned the exciting and informative LGBTQIA conference, WorkPride, for students, graduates, professionals, and any individual who believes that there must be equality in the workplace. It’s clear that it will always be necessary to highlight the issues facing the LGBTQIA community until there is a queer and trans liberation, and WorkPride provides a much needed space to ensure that as we all continue to advocate for our rights, we can be supported in our places of work.

Many young LGBTQIA people have noted that the transition into the professional world can cause a great deal of anxiety as there is a very pressing concern about experiencing homophobia and/or alienation, if their colleagues were to know about their queer identity. WorkPride is a completely free virtual and in-person Pride conference that spans over five days. The 2023 conference will be held from19-23 June. There are over 50 panels and workshops across these five days that include discussions and advice on LGBTQIA inclusion, intersectionality, mental wellbeing, allyship and career progression.

Attendees will be able to access advice from over 200 global experts, and the panels will be delivered in English and Spanish. This year, WorkPride is also adding specific panels to address generational differences, the experiences of people with disabilities, the issues faced by people marginalised by race and culture plus many more intersectional experiences.

The theme of the 2023 conference is #WorkingWithPride, and the event’s main sponsors include EY, State St, Booking.com, Danaher and RS Group.  

Here is a short video about WorkPride

myGwork co-founders Adrien (CMO) and Pierre Gaubert (CEO) shared the following statement:

“We’re delighted to return with an action-packed WorkPride for the fifth consecutive year. Our diverse agenda provides an excellent opportunity for LGBTQ+ professionals, allies and inclusive employers to network, share best practice and learn strategies that will help to create inclusive workspaces for all. This event is designed for leaders and managers who want to learn more about the tremendous role that LGBTQ+ professionals play across all industries, and how to be a better ally to promote much-needed inclusion, and ultimately retain this valuable and vibrant talent. It’s also a must-attend free event for LGBTQ+ professionals and graduates who want to get ahead in their careers. Don’t miss out!”  

Click here to find out more and register for events!

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