At this page you can find more information about RFSL's national Networks.
The network Proud Parents
In our society, heterosexuality and a biological approach to gender are norms. Parents, too, may need a coming-out process. In the network Proud Parents parents, grandparents or other people close to the family of young LGBTQI people meet to exchange experiences and gain knowledge about LGBTQI.
If you are 50+ you can join RFSL Senior (the membership network for issues relating to the elderly). Here, people over 50 can meet others or get involved in matters relating to the elderly within RFSL.
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RFSL Anti-Racism Network
RFSL’s anti-racism network is a separatist forum for RFSL members exposed to racism. The network works with competency-building; both for active members and as tips for the Association Board and National Office. The network is led by a member of the Association Board and a number of network members.
RFSL Crip Rights Network
RFSL works in and is affected by, an inaccessible society where people can’t realise their disability rights. Disability right means that every person has the right to self-actualisation and full participation in all parts of society. It is based on human rights.
The Crip Rights Network is a network for LGBTQI-people with a norm-breaking functional variation and their allies to pursue disability rights in RFSL.
RFSL Newcomers is a network for refugees or newly arrived homosexual, bisexual, trans, queer or intersex people. Most groups meet one or more times a week and do activities together. It may be outings, Swedish lessons or going to Pride festivals. Newcomers have groups in different cities in Sweden.