LGBT Culture, History and Co-operation with Eastern Europe
Pride House, tor 4 aug 14:00–14:45
Why is LGBT culture important when most gay activists and hetero critics don't know that it goes back 4,000 years?
Why is history such a bridge to today and tomorrow...? Why does LGBT culture include those often ignored by the "activites" -- that is, the elderly, the immigrants and refugees, the handicapped, the HIV positives, etc. How does working with colleagues in Eastern Europe enrichen our own struggle..? How do visits to the East strengthen our our awareness of the human rights battles not only at home by also beyond!
How can co-operation with such institutions such as Swedish Institute, Nordic Council, Swedish Nordic Association, Norwegian Nordic Association, Finnish Nordic Association, Baltic Association, Forum for Living History-Stockholm and the new Holocaust Museum-Stockholm provide support for LGBT culture and exchange programs with Nordic neighbors and colleagues beyond the Nordic zone.
|Datum/tid:||tor 4 aug 14:00–14:45|
Pride House (C9, Plan 2)
Clarion Hotel Stockholm, Ringvägen 98, 118 60 Stockholm
|Pris:||Pride House: Festivalbiljett 600kr, Dagbiljett House 100 kr Köp biljett|
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