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Seta published LGBT-youth´s life stories
Seta's DVD about lives of young LGBT in Finland was published in the end of January.
Seta and Amnesty Finland: The "homosexual propaganda" law breaks human rights
Demonstration against Russia's "homosexual propaganda" law on Tuesday in front of Russian embassy (Tehtaankatu 1B), Helsinki.
Seta: The federal "gay propaganda" law in Russia has to be turned down
Seta published a statement against the article 6.13.1, the federal anti-lgbt draft law in Russia. The statement is addressed to the speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Sergey Naryshkin.
Gender reassignment law reform demanded by 20 organisations in open letter to the government of Finland
The trans persons´ human rights organisation Trasek and the LGBTI human rights organisation Seta together with 18 other youth, student and human rights CSOs published on October 26th 2012 an open letter to the government of Finland, demanding that the requirements violating human rights in the current gender reassignment act should be removed.
Finland should abolish infertility requirement of trans persons, says CoE Human Rights Commissioner
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muiznieks, published today a report on the human rights situation of Finland, based on a country visit in June. The human rights organization Seta - LGBTI Rights in Finland welcomes Muiznieks´ views.
Seta demanded action for LGBTI people's human rights at Finland's human rights review at the UN
Today, Seta - LGBTI Rights in Finland held a historical speech as it addressed the Human Rights Council of the United Nations for the first time. The speech was a part of the Universal Periodic Review of Finland. Seta demanded that Finland adopts a comprehensive LGBTI human rights policy.
Seta will address the UN Human Rights Council in a historical first speech
Seta - LGBTI Rights in Finland will participate in the UPR review of Finland's human rights situation today at the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. Seta will raise legislative and policy demands in a statement delivered by ILGA-Europe.
Poltavchenko is "Rat of Honour"
Finnish LGBTI organization Seta gives its annual anti-award to Governor of St. Petersburg.
Helsinki Pride is the biggest annual LGBTI event in Finland. It is held every year on the last week of June and is is with its over 10 000 visitors also one the biggest week-long events in Helsinki. It is organised by Helsingin seudun Seta ry, a non-profit LGBTI organisation in Helsinki, a member of the national umbrella organisation, Seta.