Oscar Fitzpatrick (he/him) is ILGA World’s Logistics Officer.
Operating from his base in Dublin, Ireland. Oscar is a multidisciplinary advocate, facilitator, and researcher with a rich background in live events and theatrical production management, facilitation, and program management.
Since 2019, Oscar has supported a diverse range of projects and initiatives within ILGA World. Initially joining as a Junior consultant to the Sex Characteristics programme in 2019. From 2020 to 2023 Oscar was the consultant to ILGA World’s youth programme, in this role he acted as the logistical nexus of the Global Queer Youth Network. Working closely with the ILGA World Youth Steering Committee and a network of LGBTIQ youth advocates, Oscar spearheaded the implementation of diverse online, in-person, and hybrid programming initiatives. In 2022, Oscar acted as the consultant to the hybridisation of the ILGA World Conference. In 2023, Oscar supported the GIESC team as a consultant to the Sex Characteristics Programme.
Prior to his time at ILGA World, Oscar served as an advocacy fellow with the New York Transgender Advocacy Group (NYTAG), where he championed the meaningful participation of transgender, gender nonconforming, and non-binary young people in local, state, and national governance.
In addition to his professional engagements, Oscar holds a Master's degree in New Media and Digital Culture from the University of Amsterdam, which he attained in 2021. During the course of this study, Oscar implemented a variety of research projects concerning the intersection of digital citizenship and digitally mediated anti-gender violence.