Seminarer og aktiviteter i Pride House under Stockholm Pride.
Se komplett program under svensk språk

14:00–14:45 LGTB rights in Argentina: Strides and challenges
In 2010, Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage and shortly afterwards it enacted some of the most progressive transgender rights laws in the world. This has been largely due to the work of LGBT activists who succe
Organizer: Argentine Embassy in Sweden

16:00–16:45 The safest shag? - HIV, PrEP and the comeback of syphilis
A presentation and discussion about safe sex in the era of efficient HIV treatment, PrEP and the comeback of syphilis.
In the year of 1998 one person was diagnosed with syphilis at Venhälsan, Södersjukhuset hospital in Stockholm. Since then the number of cases has been growing steady and from 2007 until today the number of syphilis diagnoses has increased with more than 100 percent amongst men who have sex with men.
Senior specialist at Venhälsan Sven Grützmeier, together with Ola Ståhle from Posithiva Gruppen, take a look at different aspects of safe sex and present syphilis statistics of the last 20 years at Venhälsan. The fact that people living with HIV who are on effective treatment can't pass the virus on, what effects this has on the way people think about safe sex and who’s the safest shag will also be discussed.
Welcome to join this conversation and get the answers to your questions about HIV, PrEP and the increasing numbers of syphilis as well as other STDs such as gonorrhea.
Organizer: Posithiva Gruppen

16:00–16:45 The uses and consequences of data collection of transgender individuals
Diskussion regarding Transgendered persons integrity and data collection.

Directory records are, for better or worse, of great significance. Records can help improve the conditions for transgender people through evidence-based reform proposals, for example, in debates concerning the governmental mission of preventing discrimination, the introduction of a third legal gender identity or the abolition of legal gender identities. Directory records can make the voices of transgender people heard in the debate, dismantle fake news, and identify weaknesses in the allocation of resources. Questions which are to be discussed during the seminar may include:What information about transgender people is currently registered in the Nordic countries and in Europe?Who uses directory records and how do they use it?What does the collection of information mean for transgender people?What role could transgender people play in improving the collection and use of directory records?​
Organizer: Emma von Essen & Ian Burn