The list below shows some of the main projects of the past related to ANSO.
Other ongoing projects worth mentioning are:
ansoD – a database collecting thesis’s on LGTBQ issues.
the Queer Survival Kit – a set of tools that challenges heteronormativity and works as a strengthening tool for LGBTQ organizations.
Study session: Loosening the Grip of Heteronormativity: How Students Can Make a Change. Strasbourg, France (January) in cooperation with the Council of Europe’s European Youth Centre in Strasbourg.
Conference: Genderbending our Utopia. Stockholm, Sweden (August). Supported by Youth in Action Programme (Sweden).
Workout: Building Organizational Muscles. Vilnius, Lithuania (November).
Conference: A Queer Wonderland, Reykjavík, Iceland (August). Supported by Youth in Action Programme (Iceland).
Project: Students for transgender inclusion. Supported by Youth in Action Programme (Denmark) and NORDBUK.
The project included a trans conference in Århus, Denmark (May).
Study session: Beyond Norms: On Equality in Higher Education. Budapest, Hungary (April). In cooperation with the Council of Europe’s European Youth Centre in Budapest.
Faroe Pride: Tórshavn, Faroe Islands (August). Supported by the European Youth Foundation and NORDBUK.
Conference: A Queer Perspective on European Students, Stockholm, Sweden. (July). Supported by Youth in Action Programme (Sweden).
Conference: Best practices. Bergen, Norway (January). Supported by NORDBUK.
Conference: Turku, Finland. (August). Supported by Youth in Action Programme (Finland).
Conference: Promoting LGBT research within the Nordic region. Oslo, Norway (February).
Faroe Pride: Tórshavn, Faroe Islands.
ANSO was founded.
Meeting: Store Heddinge, Denmark.
Meeting: Reykjavík, Iceland (January).