The board is elected at the RFSL congress, which is held every two years.
The branch bylaws was adopted by the RFSL congress May 11-13 2018. They apply to all the branches and shall apply to all the organisations joining…
RFSL strives for a diverse society where people’s differences are respected. Here you can read about RFSL’s goals for societal change, as adopted by the congress.
For RFSL, the term antiracism is – among other things – about preventing and opposing racism, to investigate how racism affects LGBTQI people and how racism affects LGBTQI people within the organisation and the community.
RFSL has a code of conduct which applies to all elected representatives, employees, volunteers and others who represent the organisation. Together we carry RFSL’s values and legitimacy, internally and externally.
All employers within RFSL work, among other things, for the organisation to have a secure operation and high quality, being an attractive workplace that attracts and develops the right competencies and takes responsibility for systematic work to ensure a good working environment where nobody is discriminated against.
Adopted by the RFSL congress, October 2021.
The following ethical guidelines describe how employees working with individual support should apply their ethical responsibility. Adopted by RFSL’s congress, October 2021.
Volunteers are the foundation of RFSL’s operation. These common rules aim to ensure that the volunteers are cared for in the best way, and to create conditions for a secure operation of high quality. Adopted by RFSL’s congress, October 2021.
The common rules for RFSL’s Newcomers operations were adopted by RFSL’s congress in October 2019 and were later updated by the congress 18-20 October 2021.