Sydney WorldPride HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE 2023
Over 2,000 in person and 1,200 remote delegates
203 international delegates from 57 countries
230 local and international presenters
Highly accessible event featuring accessibility infrastructure, Auslan intrepreters and audio description
Sustainability, diversity equity and inclusivity focus supported by ICC Sydney’s resources and Legacy Program
The successful execution of this event relied heavily on ICC Sydney’s capacity to offer inclusive, sustainable, and accessible services. ICC Sydney assisted the client to ensure the requirements of the diverse delegation were met and provided specialised resources and support.
“ICC Sydney were great collaborative partners from the very beginning of this event and were incredibly aligned in the values we were trying to achieve. Whether it be accessibility, diversity or inclusion, the team shared our dedication in ensuring our delegates felt safe, accepted, and welcomed in the venue.”
Kate Wickett, CEO, Sydney WorldPride
Accessible to all
First Nations focus
Achieving carbon friendly events
from landfill throughout the event space. ICC Sydney’s team provided the organiser with expert support to review relevant waste planning legislation and identify suitable waste management resources to help reduce the event’s overall landfill footprint.
To better understand the client’s carbon footprint over the three-day event, ICC Sydney estimated Sydney WorldPride’s utility spend across water, electricity and gas, based on delegate numbers, duration, and footprint of the event.
“ICC Sydney’s team has been a highlight of this event in bringing it to life and creating such a memorable experience for our delegates. To successfully deliver this event we required several bespoke changes to the venue in which the team were extremely accommodating, cooperative and supportive of.”
Lily Stokes, Human Rights Conference Producer, Sydney WorldPride