This is how UiO marked Pride this year
Fearless knowledge: PRIDE is just as important this year
PRIDE is here, and the rainbow flag is waving over UiO's buildings again. Although the physical marking of PRIDE has had to be cancelled this year, the fight for equal rights for all remains equally important.
Podcast: How equal are lesbian mothers in Norway today?
In 2013, a ban on discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression was adopted. But how does this protection really work, does it work in practice? The programme leaders of the podcast «Universitetsplassen» talk to law professor Anne Hellum and co-mother Nina Bahar about the legal position of lesbian co-mothers in Norway today.
PRIDE – International solidarity: stronger together!
Are you wondering why we celebrate Pride? The Centre for Gender Research (STK) has collected a series of articles from UiO-researchers and other relevant partners that we hope can provide some insight into the research being conducted on Pride-related topics.
More pink competence at UiO
Knowledge is crucial in the fight for human rights and against prejudice. Celebrating Pride implies a commitment. UiO will continue to spread fearless knowledge through research and dissemination and by strengthening our own pink competence.
Digital exhibition: De Te Fabula Narratur – It's you the story is about
This year's Pride exhibition «De Te Fabula Narratur» at the Historical Museum is postponed to 2021, but some of the stories and artists you can meet already now through short texts and video clips.
The University Library recommends gay literature
The University Library's collections contain a lot of gay literature. Here we present some books related to LHBTQ themes, gender and sexuality. The list is updated June 2020.
Gay perspectives at UiO
«At UiO there are many who research and teach about LGBTQ themes, gender and sexuality, thus contributing to new and research-based knowledge. We believe that research is enhanced by diversity and gender balance.»
- Rector Svein Stølen