I utställningen Berättelser i en stad möter besökaren glimtar från Umeå 1860 fram till idag, ur arkiv, intervjuer och museets insamling På salongen.
Helsinki Pride 2016 kutsuu sinut mukaan Suomen suurimpaan kulttuuri- ja ihmisoikeustapahtumaan juhannuksen jälkeisellä viikolla 27.6-3.7.
Helsinki Pride 2016 invites you to join the biggest culture and human rights event in Finland June 27 – July 3.
Discussions and presentations focusing on gender and sexual minorities’ position in amateur and youth sports. Experiences, research results and best practises from Finland and Europe.
Postcolonial-queer-feminists are caught in an ambivalent, double-bind vis-à-vis the state: On the one hand, the state has historically been the source of racial, sexual and gendered violence and repression. And yet, postcolonial-queer-feminist strategies seek to address the state to promote justice and equality through progressive policy-making and good governance in the economic, political and social spheres. Even as the state is known to perpetuate racial, gender and heteronormative politics, the hope is that the state can function as a site of redress towards racial, gender and sexual equality.
“Are we there yet? Assessing progress, inspiring action – the Council of Europe Gender Equality strategy 2014-2017” a conference organized by the Council of Europe in partnership with the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia. The conference will take place in Tallinn, Estonia on 30 June and 1 July 2016 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia.
TUTUSTU TASA-ARVOVALTUUTETTUUN JA YHDENVERTAISUUSVALTUUTETTUUN! (Helsinki Pride)
Aika: Torstai 30.6. klo 14-16
Paikka: Helsingin kaupunginmuseon aula, Aleksanterinkatu 16 (sisäpihalta sisään)
This conference aims to look forward to the future of critical disability studies.
Time: 30 June 2016 from 17:00 to 19:00
Place: Ekvalita, Kulmahuone, Siltasaarenkatu 15, 00530 Helsinki
The journal seeks articles from around the world that examine gender and the social construction of relationships among genders.
The Disability, Arts and Health conference aims to reflect critically on how disability is represented and
theorised in contemporary society, both in an academic context and outside the academy, including by
clinical practitioners, community activists, mainstream media and creative arts practitioners.