Material in English
The Beneath the Surface project has produced two books together with our partners in TRACE - The Transnational Cooperation for Equality. The TRACE partnership has also enabled us to add English subtitles to our "What Lies Beneath the Surface?" DVD.
Open Up Your Workplace
Open Up Your Workplace: Challenging Homophobia and Heteronormativity reflects on experiences from practical project work. Here you will find tips and tricks on how to get started regardless of whether you are an employer, employee, trade union representative or just someone with an interest in the subject.
Norms at Work
Norms at Work: Challenging Homophobia and Heteronormativity provides more in-depth knowledge on how norms and prejudice work, and how we can make them visible in order to change them. It has been written by four researchers who have collaborated within the TRACE partnership.
» Download Open Up Your Workplace (PDF 1.9 MB)
» Download Norms at Work (PDF 696 kB)
What Lies Beneath the Surface?
In school everyone is assumed to be heterosexual, and the heteronorm affects what happens in both the teachers’ lounge and the classroom. What Lies Beneath the Surface? contains short film sequences, discussion questions and other material that can be used to make school a working environment where everyone is met with respect regardless of their sexual orientation.
» View several of the films online.
A Challenge to the Heteronorm
The A Challenge to the Heteronorm survey was conducted in 2006 and consisted of answers from 1,400 active teachers in grades preschool to high school who were members of The National Union of Teachers in Sweden or The Swedish Teachers’ Union. A report is available only in Swedish, but you can click on the link below to download a brief summary of the results in English.» Download survey results in English (PDF 92 kB)