Cities as promoters and protectors of human rights for LGBTQ– a case study from the City of Gothenburg and the City of Stockholm
Human Rights Conference, fre 3 aug 15:00–15:45
Two cities, one country. Sweden’s two largest cities both work to strengthen, protect and promote LGBTQ equality and combat/prevent discrimination, but in quite different ways.
How can local government take an active stand through measures to strengthen, protect and promote LGBTQ equality and combat/prevent discrimination? What are the efforts focusing on, what are the lgbtqi policies, action plans and guidelines and how have they been implemented?
Find out how the two major cities and municipalities of Sweden are working to ensure lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer equality and strengthen human rights at a local level.
Participants: Sissela Nordling Blanco (Chair of the counsil for human rights, City of Stockholm), Mariya Voyvodova (Deputy Mayor for Human Rights, City of Gothenburg), Richard Brodd (Member of the LGBTQ municipal Council, City of Gothenburg), Tanya Charif (Member of the LGBTQ municipal Council, City of Gothenburg), and Angelica Löwdin(Member of the LGBTQ municipal Council, City of Gothenburg).
|Datum/tid:||fre 3 aug 15:00–15:45|
|Typ/kategori:||Informativa > Debatt/panelsamtal|
EuroPride House, Human Rights Conference
(Plattanscenen, Våning Plattan)
Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels Torg 1
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