40 Years of Pride

The ofiicial blog of 40 Years of Pride Conference, A Global Conference for LGBTQ Leaders, June 9-11, 2015 in Tel Aviv. Israel Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the founding of The Aguda, Israel’s LGBT Task Force. Check out the latest news about the conference and its speakers and participants here.

40 Years of Pride in Photos

Author: A Wider Bridge Staff Published: October 9, 2015

As a good warm-up before our Wider Brunch Live that takes place in San Francisco next week,… Read more

Things I Learned About LGBT People in Israel

Author: Justin Tindall Published: October 5, 2015

Justin Tindall, International Program Coordinator at It Gets Better, was a part of A Wider Bridge’s 2015… Read more
More than 125 LGBTQ leaders from around the world, representing fifteen countries, attended the 40 Years of… Read more

Gaza no haven for LGBT Palestinians

Author: Christopher Scott McCannell Published: July 9, 2015

A Wider Bridge’s Advisory Board member Chris McCannell just came back from Israel after taking part in… Read more
Our friends Sammy Kanter and Karen Aronoff who participated in 40 Years of Pride in Tel Aviv,… Read more

Watch: Mayor Murray’s Speech in Tel Aviv

Author: A Wider Bridge Staff Published: July 7, 2015

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray delivered the Keynote address at 40 Years Of Pride, the Global LGBTQ Leadership… Read more

Time Out Israel features A Wider Bridge

Author: Kristóf Joseph Steiner Published: July 6, 2015

Arthur Slepian, Founder and Executive Director of A Wider Bridge, a pro-Israel organization that builds bridges between… Read more

‘Greater Israel With Gay Marriage in It’

Author: James Kirchick Published: June 23, 2015

Gay journalist James Kirchick participated in a media panel in 40 Years of Pride, the Global Leadership… Read more
The theme of Tel Aviv’s Pride Parade this year is transgender rights. So, what does it feel… Read more

A Look-Back at TLV’s Historic LGBTQ Conference

Author: A Wider Bridge Staff Published: June 18, 2015

How can we build a more truly global LGBTQ movement? How can we create more opportunities for… Read more