Rainbow flags on Campus LTH May 17

May 17 is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT). Traditionally, the rainbow flag is raised on the University's flagpoles on this day.

– Published 16 May 2022

At LTH, we pay attention to IDAHOT by flying the rainbow flag on the flagpole at Kårhuset, the E-building, the V-building, Matematikhuset and Kemicentrum.

"Equality, equal opportunities and diversity should be a natural part of making our faculty an inspiring workplace and study environment, where everyone feels included, safe and treats each other with respect. Flying the rainbow flag on this day is a way of highlighting this," says LTH Dean Annika Olsson.

Equal oppotunitues for students

Lund University and LTH has a zero tolerance approach to discrimination, harassment and victimisation. Read more on the link below.

Eqaul opportunities for students

Student organisation promoting LGBTQ+ 

Project Sex, also known as P6, is an independent organisation that works on behalf of Lund University students to promote sexual health on a physical, emotional and social level. Their goal is to create awareness about sexual health related topics and safe sexual behaviour among students in Lund. They also work to increase respect for the sexuality of different individuals.

Projekt Sex's website