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Transgender Day of Remembrance 2021

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A panel discussion about trans experiences of employees and students at Lund University, and what the university can and should do to improve these.

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) is a day to honour the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-trans violence. While we mourn, honour, and remember them, we will also look ahead, to what can be improved.

Time and place: 19 November 2021 15:00 to 17:00 | Seminar. Pufendorf IAS lecture hall, Biskopsgatan 3, Lund (the lecture hall can be accessed via stairs or ramp, equipped with hearing loop).

The HBTQ-LU network and P6** are coming together to focus on Lund University, its employees and students with trans* experiences (the single asterisk after trans is to indicate that the term covers a wider range of experiences than those who are defined as transgender, as some persons who do not conform to traditional notions about gender do not define their experiences as such).

We welcome you to a panel discussion where we talk about trans* experiences of employees and students at Lund University, and what the university can and should do to improve these. How is it, studying or working at Lund University? What are the good practices, and which are the bad? Which demands do we as employees and students want to put to the university? Please join the conversation and meet us there.

**P6 (Project 6) is a politically and religiously independent student association that works with STI, HIV and pregnancy prevention as well as sexual and relationship issues. The goal is to gain greater awareness and safer sexual behavior among Lund students. P6 also works to increase respect for different individuals' sexuality.