Seminars in English World Pride House in Malmö
(Seminars in Swedish - check under Swedish flag)

09:00 - 19:00 Refugees, Borders and Immigration Summit.
We invite you to listen and participate as specialists, activists and politicians discuss the challenges surrounding refugees, borders and immigration, as they relate to the LGBTQIA+ community both globally and locally. You will hear discussion on topics such as displacement drivers, pathways, arrival at the destination country, the asylum seeking process and resettlement. Our co-hosts will be the Swedish LGBTQIA+ policy expert Ulrika Westerlund and Alice Bah Kuhnke, Swedish member of the European Parliament. The program is planned in close collaboration with executive partners Rainbow Railroad, ORAM Refugee, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International with strong support from regional organizations working with the LGBTQIA+ refugee community and UNHCR.
In English, French, Spanish, Swedish

09:30 - 11:30 Kink and Intersectionality. L2
"Kink has been around for decades (if not centuries at this point) and there are so many reasons to explore the many dimensions and layers within it. Why do it? Or why not to do it? Kink does not exist in a vacuum and it is not a one dimensional collective of acts, practices and ways for over 18 y/os to play. Join this workshop to find out why kink is an art, a form of activism, a body-awareness practices, as well as a way to create clarity around the topics of boundaries, ethics and chosen layers of transparency.
The format is an active discussion and self-research lab
Pen, paper, way to take notes, questions and open mind.
In English

10:00 - 11:00 A life half lived? What is happening to the human rights of sexual and gender minorities in Uganda? Room L7 and Digital
This talk will outline ReportOUT's findings from our 'OUT in Uganda' research project completed with seven Ugandan partner organisations. It will examine the key findings of the research and will describe what is happening to the human rights abuses of sexual and gender minorities in Uganda today. We hope to be joined by one of our Ugandan partners at this event, who will discuss their own lived experiences of being an LGBTQI+ person in Uganda.
In English

11:30 - 12:30 Dare to Care - festival goer & active bystander. Room L7
Dare to Care is a collaboration between the Swedish network for live music organizers and the national organization for sexual education. We provide with trainings and communication materials. The trainings bring up how one, both as an organization and as an individual, can be prepared to act. And how to take care of something that has gone wrong - to ensure victims are taken care of and get the support they need. You also get a chance to reflect on norms and values that instead boost the behavior that can promote a culture where sexual mutuality is the norm.
In English

13:30 - 14:30 All Out - a global movement for love and equality. Room L3
This presentation will provide an overview of global LGBT+ human rights, using case studies and stories from All Out's campaigns in order to give an insight into the struggle for equality in some of the most hostile places for LGBT+ people in the world. The session will include stories of pain and discrimination, but also courage, hope and redemption, with case studies from Europe, Africa and Latin America. It will also include an overview of community response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In English.

14:00 - 17:00 Dominance & Submission. L2
Power is so frequently displayed in the media as toxic or contaminated - too many and genuinely wonderful individuals become possessive warmongers, too little and one is seen as weak and possessing no will of their own. What if Caritia told you it is far more nuanced than that? What if there is another perspective, another lens by which power could be seen? One that stripes away the shame and guilt, allowing for communicated joy and support in reclaiming your desire(s). Join Caritia for this hands-on workshop about power, power play and hierarchical dynamics from a perspective you may find truly uplifting.
Pen, paper, way to take notes, questions and open mind.
In English

15:30 - 16:30 Double oppression: lgbtqi youth of color. Room L7
Safe meeting places is a foundation our community is built upon, for those experiencing multiple oppressions - both as lgbtqi people and as people of color this is even more important. In spite of this there's an opposition from some politicians as well as a resistance and questioning of separatist meeting spaces from inside of the lgbtqi community at large.
In English and Swedish

17:00 - 19:00 BDSM solo play. Room L7
The pandemic has seriously restricted our possibilities to play and be kinky. This does however bring an opportunity to go deeper into our relationship to ourselves. Solo play can scratch that itch of BDSM while building your self-relationship and teaching you about what you like. We will work with recognizing what kind of touch we crave from ourself and learn tips and tricks for getting our freak on, solo. We will also discuss safety and the concepts of negotiation and aftercare in solo play. This workshop is aimed at people with LGBTIQA+ kinky identities.
In English