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LLH - The Norwegian LGBT Association - Bergen and Hordaland

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An organization devoted to LGBTI rights
Founded in 1970

Globe Member of ILGA since 1991


Address: PO Box 312
Bergen 5804
Phone: +47 55 31 21 39
Fax: +47 55 96 12 10
Website:    http://www.llh.no/bergen 


Works on :
  • Local level
  • National level
  • International level
Works for :
  • Gay community
  • Lesbian community
  • Bisexual community
  • Trans community
  • Intersex community

Arts, culture, history and pride

Pride/Action events
International Day Against Homophobia
Trans day
Workers’ day

Asylum and immigration

LGBTI migrants
Seeking asylum on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity

LGBTI Education/Awareness

At the work place
Promoting LGBTI rights as Human rights
Raising awareness through mass media
Teaching LGBT rights in schools
Working against transphobia

Hate crime and violence prevention

Monitoring Hate crime
Monitoring violence at Pride events


Phone counseling
On site HIV/AIDS testing
Prevention for men having sex with men
Prevention for women having sex with women
World AIDS Day
Mental health
Public health

Laws and leadership

Gender identity
Anti discrimination law (gender identity) in employment
Freedom of expression
Freedom of association
LGBTI movement (community organizing & leadership)
Regional human rights agreements
Global reviews
Laws and human rights

Religion & social institutions

Gay or lesbian (ability to serve)
Trans individuals (ability to serve)
Homosexuality and Christianity
Homosexuality within a religious/ ethical framework
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LLH Norway aims to work for equality for lesbians, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) and their liberation from all forms of discrimination. LLH is the Bergen og Hordaland Ministry LLH for the city of Bergen and is environment. Although we have made ​​great strides in the fight for gender equality in Norway, there are cases in our own country and the region that concern us. We work to inform and educate LGBT in schools, workplaces and in society at large. We have good cooperation with the Bergen County and is pleased that we have a plan anti-discrimination in the municipality. We also work against the Church, for it to be more liberal with respect LGBT.Last but not least, it's social importance. We have activity groups, including many sports, choir, group for families and groups of late bloomers. This means that we are a dynamic local chapter of the LLH. However, we are also concerned about the rights of LGBT-personr in the world, and has in the past year has been particularly interested in Central and Eastern Europe. We attended the ILGA Europe conference in Turin, and a lot of inspiration.