Turun seudun Seta ry is the local organization for all LGBTQIA+ people in the Turku area. We are a member of the national human rights organisation Seta ry that works for social and legal equality of all, regardless of sexual orientation and/or gender identity/expression. We provide peer support, activities and education on the diversity of sexual orientation and gender in the Turku Region and Salo.
A few facts about TuSeta
– established in 1971
– the oldest surviving organisation to promote LGBTQ rights in Finland
– office and living room in the centre of Turku
– peer group and leisure activities, events and parties, led by volunteers
– info about LGBTQIA+ -services, education and cooperation with other organisations and authorities
Contact us for more information and check out our current events below!
Newcomers’ Evening 1.11.2019
Come and meet the good people of TuSeta and get to know more about what we do!
On Friday 1.11., our doors are open from 5 pm onwards and we welcome all newcomers. If you are interested in TuSeta’s activities or volunteering but don’t know how to jump in, this is a great place to start! No power point presentations, just coffee and snacks, chatting and meeting new people. Check the facebook event for updated info.
The evening continues with a documentary screening at 7 pm as Vinokino Docs presents No Box for Me. An Intersex Story in the living room. You’re very welcome to stay for the documentary and the get-together afterwards! More info in Vinokino’s facebook event.