Steering Documents

The Federation works to improve the situation for people marginalised by hetero- and cisnorms, for example gay, bi, trans, intersex, asexual and queer people who study at university in Sweden. We use intersectional norm criticism, with a focus on cis- and heteronormativity, to make changes in higher education. We also educate and make room for debate about the consequences of such norms for students, studies and study environments.

Here are some of SFQ’s most important documents:

Last updated at the federal Kongress 2017

Statutes (English)

Statutes (Swedish)

Visions and values

This document shows what direction SFQ wants to take and what we want to achieve, as well as the values we operate on. It was last updated 2013. There is no English translation yet, but the Swedish document can be found here:

SFQ’s visions and values (Swedish)