Seminare und Aktivitäten im Pride House für Besucherinnen und Besucher, die keine Schwedischkenntnisse haben. Das komplette Programm findest du bei der schwedischen Version der QX GayMap

12:00–12:45 Utsatt - en berättande fotoutställning
A photo exhibition and story about different situations of Exposure as gay
Exposure because of homosexuality does not have to be an offense, wicked death or major newspaper headlines, but can also be something that affects one's life.
With the exhibition "Deferred", James Åke has in pictured images illustrated situations from his everyday life. Such as he usually does not talk about but has happened to him because of his homosexuality and which portrays him as a human being.
James Åke says that he believes that through this exhibition he communicates not only his own experience, but also the experiences of others. With this exhibition he addresses questions and thoughts about victims, perpetrators and how their own self-image is affected.
Organizer: Svenska Pride

12:00–12:45 Transgender and Gender Creative Children and Adolescents
Greater recognition of the spectrum of gender has resulted in challenges to recognize and affirm gender creativity and expression in childhood and teenage years and to support more inclusive gender expression and the development of gender identity for everyone.

The speaker is a clinical psychologist and expert in the recognition, evaluation, and support of transgender children and their families. She practices the Gender Affirmative Model of work with trans at the Child and Adolescent Gender Clinic in Pediatric Endocrinology at the University of California at San Francisco, one of the world’s leading centers of excellence for such care. She is also herself a transgender woman.
Organizer: HBT-Socialdemokrater Sverige

12:00–12:45 Seminarium with Aino Gröndahl, Asylum lawyer and public counsel for lgbtiq asylum seekers
Organizer: RFSL

13:00–13:45 "Voices and Visibility Uncovering hidden histories"
Voices and Visibility Uncovering hidden histories One of UNISON’s main aims is to help workers fight for fairness and equality in the workplace and beyond. Challenging discrimination and winning equality is at the heart of everything UNISON does.
Organizer: Fackförbundet ST

13:00–14:45 Mötesplats för Arga Föräldrar / Gathering for Angry Parents
RFSL, in co-operation with Antidiskrimineringsbyrån Uppsala and Antidiskrimineringsbyrån Stockholm Syd, invite rainbow families to a gathering to discuss how we can change Sweden's policies on parenthood. We want to put an end to the discriminatory adoption processed that same sex-parents have to go through. Come and discuss what we should do together about it!

Antidiskrimineringsbyrån Uppsala and Antidiskrimineringsbyrån Stockholm Syd will be present to give advice and to collect your stories.​
Organizer: RFSL

14:00–14:45 Visibly intersex - the struggle for rights for intersex people
What are intersex traits and what rights do intersex people have in Sweden today?
What does the I in LGBTQI stand for and how are intersex issues related to LGBTQ issues? What struggles do intersex people face and what political reforms are necessary to protect the rights of intersex persons in Sweden. Photographer and intersex activist Del La Grace Volcano will also present their art work "Visibly intersex". OII Sverige and RFSL gives an overview.
Organizer: RFSL

15:00–17:45 Eleutheria Presents: Camilo and Ocaña
Eleutheria Presents: Camilo and Ocaña is a 2-hour audiovisual session by artist Alberto García del Castillo featuring the work and life of Spanish iconic queer artist, anarchist and cross-dresser Ocaña. The 1972 short films will be screened alongside a pe
Camilo and Ocaña is a 2-hour audiovisual session by Spanish artist Alberto García del Castillo. It is comprised of a performative reading and two short films by revolutionary collective Video-Nou (1977) which portray the lives of Andalusian anarchist, artist and cross-dresser Ocaña (1947-1983) and his best-friend Camilo. The films are projected alongside the reading of the work of queer cultural anthropologist Esther Newton Mother Camp: Female Impersonators in America (1972).

Long ignored and neglected by Spanish art historiography, Ocaña is beginning to be recognised as a seminal figure in the passage from dictatorship to democracy and as a precursor of the sexual disobedience and performative art practices which began to be known as 'queer activisms' in the early 80s.

Castillo's performance piece features two of Ocaña's films, which have recently been acquired by Museo Nacional Reina Sofia, Spain's most relevant public art institution, in a move deemed as controversial by many. A conversation between the artist and the curator, reflecting on the broader topic of queer heritage and the politics of visibility in the contemporary arts, will follow the performance.

Camilo and Ocaña is part of Eleutheria, a multidisciplinary public programme committed to working with sexual minority artistic and cultural expressions in Europe.

Script: Alberto García del Castillo
English subtitling: Liz Allan and Alberto García del Castillo
Production: Apología/ Antología and Hamaca (Barcelona) and Beursschouwburg (Brussels)
Presented at: Beursschouwburg (Brussels, Sept. 2016), 1646 (The Hague, Nov. 2016), Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona, May 2017)

Overall programme curator: Carlota Mir

Eleutheria - Queering European Heritage

Without history, we have only ignorance. To be rooted in history is to be looking at the future.

What does modern European history look like through a queer lens? Camilo and Ocaña is part of Eleutheria, an independent public programme committed to working with sexual minority artistic and cultural expressions in Europe.

'Heritage' alludes to a notion of a valuable common past which can lead the way into the future and cultivate a sense of shared belonging. However, 'queer' or LGBTQ heritage - our historic shared past, cultural practices, sexualities, and ways of being - have routinely been erased from 'straight' accounts of art history.LGTBQIA* subcultures have historically been denied the tools of self-representation, preservation or development of their cultural values.

What are the potentials of 'queering' art history? Whose lives, works and testimonies emerge? Why is it important for cultural institutions in Europe to engage with artistic queer heritage?
Which sites, artworks, or biographies emerge from the shadows of canonical museography, from the basements of our public art collections, from our squares and streets? How do we activate a historical queer gaze of LGBTIQ art histories? How can we engage in collective knowledge production to queer the historical canon? And, in short, how can rewriting queerness into art history contribute to a freer, better society?

This year, coinciding with Europride in Stockholm, Eleutheria will be focusing on queer heritage in Europe, and it will consist of two sessions. Session 1 of the programme, which will take place in Moderna Museet on Tuesday 31st July, will revolve around the work of queer Czech/French surrealist artist Toyen.

The programme, curated by Carlota Mir, is an independent initiative supported by EUNIC Stockholm. EUNIC Stockholm is a non-profit network of European cultural institutes and other national organisations engaged in cultural collaboration beyond borders.
Organizer: EUNIC Stockholm (Spain)

16:00–16:45 Transgender Healthcare: Changing Perspectives
Greater awareness about the existence of trangender and gender creative (non binary) persons has resulted in new challenges for transgender (and gender transgressive) persons and those providing healthcare services to trans.

Too few healthcare professionals have been trained to competently treat trans, standards of care are moving to models based upon informed consent rather than requirements (e.g gatekeeping/real life test), healthcare systems have been slow to adapt, and activism in the LGBTQ+ community has resulted in cultural backlash in some countries.

The presenter, herself a clinical psychologist and transgender woman, has been on both sides of these issues (as a healthcare provider and patient). She seeks to educate professionals and empower consumers ( patients). She will address these issues and where we can go from here
Organizer: HBT-Socialdemokrater Sverige

16:00–16:45 LGBTQ inclusive work - 10 years of practice
To change exclusionary norms in the workplace we need to work in a structured and systematic way, as well as with long-term strategies. This lecture is focused on the LGBTQ Certification which has been supporting organizations in inclusive work for 10 yea
The LGBTQ Certification celebrates 10 years of inclusive work! Take part of an example on best practices in LGBTQ inclusive work, based on the LGBTQ Certification. This is a model developed in 2008 by RFSL (The Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Rights) that provides an organisation with a structure for systematic work to promote a more inclusive environment for, and treatment of, LGBTQ people.
Organizer: RFSL

16:00–16:45 17 bilder av Pride
Christoffer Fjällner visited a number of Pride festivals during his time as chairman of the Moderate Youth Union. He made a photo exhibition about the different conditions for Pride celebrations around Europe. This will be a follow-up of the exhibition an
Organizer: Öppna Moderater Stockholm