Carlos Idibouo

Vice President Accessibility, Diversity and Inclusion for InterPride and Co-Chair of its Human Rights Committee

Carlos Idibouo is originally from Ivory Coast and has lived in Canada since 2006. Carlos identifies as queer, feminist and gender non-conforming. An experienced project manager, Carlos works on issues related to human rights, gender-based violence, sexual and social diversity within the LGBTQI communities both in Canada and at the international level, as well as women and children’s rights. Carlos is a board member of several national and international organizations. He is on the national advisory committee for Dignity Network, a Canadian coalition that aims to advance Canadian global leadership in issues related to LGBTQI human rights. He is also a member of the MenEngage Steering Committee North America and Africa, an international movement that aims to educate boys and men on issues related to masculinities, women’s rights, gender equality and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Carlos serves the international LGBTQI Pride movement as Vice President Accessibility, Diversity and Inclusion for InterPride and Co-Chair of its Human Rights Committee. 

My Sessions

Lessons Learned 1

Room 106 D

Register for this session   This session is formed by 4 organizations sharing their lessons learned on various topics. Participants in this session will participate in a world cafe style session and rotate from table to table to learn and exchange with one another. Gender Based Violence in Humanitarian Nutrition Programming World Vision will present […]


Canada and Human Rights for Sexual and Gender Minorities: An Inter-Sectoral Discussion on Canada’s Role in the World Supporting the Advancement of LGBTI+ Issues and Human Rights

Room 106 C

Register for this session   In recent years, Canada has increasingly been seen as a global leader in advancing the human rights and inclusion of sexual and gender minorities, or LGBTI+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex people).  What does this actually mean? What are the ways that the Canadian government has moved to integrate LGBTI+ […]