Dear Members,

As we are currently putting together the final agenda of the AMC, we would like to invite you to deliver a workshop at the Annual Members' Conference. Your workshop should last a maximum of 1h30 and would be held in person in one of the "Community Workshops" slots of the Draft Agenda on Saturday 15 October.

IGLYO's Annual Members' Conferences are amazing opportunities for young LGBTQI activists from all over Europe to meet and know each other, to discuss issues that affect their lives and their work, and to shape IGLYO's path ahead; and they are also one of the best ways to also learn from each other and improve our effectiveness through peer exchange and support. 

Holding a workshop during the AMC is an opportunity for you to share your good practices, your amazing campaigns, your vision on certain issues or topics, your experience or your passion with an international audience of young LGBTQI activists!

How to submit a workshop proposal?

Whether you have a clear workshop in mind or have some ideas but are still missing some elements, please follow the steps below and submit the Workshop Proposal Submission Form by 5 September 2022.

1) Prepare the following info:

  • Name of your workshop
  • A short description of the workshop objectives, or what the participants will do/learn/find out during the workshop (max 100 words)
  • A short description of the main activities/exercises/process of the workshop (max 300 words). We can also provide assistance with this section, if you need it, in order to make it more interactive and more impactful.

2) Fill out the Workshop Proposal Submission Form by 5 September 2022.

3) When the decision is taken, we will let you know and our Programmes Officer Brian will work with you to finalise the workshop design. In case we receive more proposals than the time slots available, we can try to organise the extra ones towards the end of the year instead (with our logistical and programme support if needed of course).

Remember that we are here to work together, so even if you have a brilliant idea but you are not sure how to turn it into a workshop structure, please get in touch with our Programmes Officer Brian at

Queerly yours,