Paris, partner in the Cities After Dark Network, is taking a lead in shaping inclusive night-time policies for all.

On 29 June Paris’s streets will become vibrant with PRIDE celebrations and the annual march for equal rights. “No party is truly good unless everyone feels welcome”, says Kluster co-founder Léopoldine Nicolas. Her Paris-based collective of feminists, allies and LGBTQI+ event organisers fights for une fête bienveillante, a wish shared by diverse LGBTQI+ – lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex – associations and businesses that help make up Paris’ multifaceted nightlife. “Safety, freedom and awareness – that’s what we need when we go out at night.”Paris’s night sector is vital for the local economy, and potentially hugely attractive for visitors from all over the world. The city’s 83,000 workers, and more than 15,000 bars ...

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