Seminarer og aktiviteter i Pride House under Stockholm Pride.
Se den svenske version af GayMap for fuldstændigt program.


12:00–12:25 Invigning av Pride House

12:00 - 18:00 Pride ArtHouse
Sofial Liljeholm, Catharina Högstedt, Sussie Hedlund, Amanda Eriksson, Jan Johansson, Suzann Larsdotter, Trädildos, Stockholms Glasbruk AB.

12:30–13:15 Language as a tool for breaking the gender binary
Can also be seen via stream from Pride House
How are binary gender norms affected by language use? In this Academic Pride seminar, we’re exploring perceptions of inclusive language and how the new personal pronoun “hen” has influenced Swedish speakers’ understanding of gender.
Researchers from Stockholm University and Lund University show, based on current research, how small variations in language can have large effects on how people interpret others in terms of gender and how people are affected by the language used to describe gender. Focus lies on how to break the binary notion of gender, and what practical implications this may have.
The seminar will consist of two short presentations followed by discussion and questions. The presentations will be about the Swedish pronoun hen and non-binary categorizations of gender, and expressions of the gender binary in recruitment situations.
In English

13:30–14:15 A conversation between LGBTQI refugees and a asylum rights lawyer
A conversation between LGBTQI refugees from Newcomers Stockholm with RFSL's asylum lawyer, Aino Gröndahl.
Members within Newcomers Stockholm share their stories in conversation with Aino Gröndahl, RFSL's asylum lawyer, that publiished a research examines the requirements stipulated in case law by the Swedish Migration authorities in LGBTIQ+ asylum cases,
In English

15:30–15:45 Proud Every Day - That's how we Play
What makes you Prideful? In this short video, developers from DICE and Electronic Arts talk about what Pride means to us and how we work together to support our LGBT2SQIA+ community to not only be accepted, but to thrive, grow, and have their voices heard and amplified.
At DICE and Electronic Arts we are committed to creating workspace and culture where everyone can show up as their best selves. We do this by supporting our employees through resources and allyship - fostering a culture of inclusive behavior, engagement, and bringing different perspectives.
Through our Positive Play Charter we inspire a better community for our players where everyone can have an enjoyable and positive experience.
Our belief is that we are better - Together.
In English

15:30–16:15 The asylum process for LGBTIQ+ people
Can also be seen via stream from Pride House
RFSL's asylum lawyer talks about the asylum process for LGBTIQ+ people and RFSL's research about the credibility assessments in SOGIESC asylum cases.
RFSL's asylum lawyer describes the asylum process for LGBTIQ+ asylum seekers, and RFSL's recently published research about the problematic credibility assessments in SOGIESC asylum cases in Sweden, leading to wrongful deportations of LGBTIQ+ asylum seekers entitled to protection.
In English

16:00–17:20 DICE Round Table: PRIDE at DICE and EA
In this Panel discussion you get to meet developers from DICE and sister studios across Electronic Arts. Together we talk about game development and representation in games - and why diversity is important in order for us to build better experiences.
At DICE and Electronic Arts we are committed to creating workspace and culture where everyone can show up as their best selves. We do this by supporting our employees through resources and allyship - fostering a culture of inclusive behavior, engagement, and bringing different perspectives.
Through our Positive Play Charter we inspire a better community for our players where everyone can have an enjoyable and positive experience.
Our belief is that we are better - Together.
In English

17:30–18:15 Try QueerSalsa!