#nosocialprotection (#utanskyddsnät)

They testify that their trauma is often left untreated and that their reports to the police about abuse and assault are ignored. The movement points out that the authorities have failed them and that they are without a safety net.

It is important that the professionals who meet the target group are doubly competent i.e. have knowledge about what to do when meeting girls, women and transgender persons who are exposed to violence and have knowledge about abuse and/or drug addiction.

The film can function as an eye opener or as a starting point for a discussion about what the professionals who meet the target groups can do differently in order meet the needs in a better way.

#turnadeafear (#slådövörattill)

Testimonies have been received from women and non-binary individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or deaf and blind. They testify about the lack of a safe place and the feeling that the perpetrator’s feelings are prioritized over those who are subjected to violence. The stories clearly show that the problems are structural and exist everywhere: in business, sport, schools, the church, public service and the authorities.

The group invites all concerned authorities, companies, organisations and associations to accept their responsibility and help to end the normalization of different forms of violence towards women and non-binary individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or deaf and blind. To achieve a change, there needs to be competence about deafness in the work of making a change.

The film can function as an eye opener or as a starting point for a discussion about what the professionals who meet the target groups can do differently in order meet the needs in a better way.

#onnocondition (#slutvillkorat)


Women with disabilities are often dependent on the support of others in their everyday life. This can be personal assistance, accompanying and travel services, where the support given by society should provide security, but does not always do so. It can also
be a partner or another family member.

The group describes how their dependence is often exploited. As a woman with a disability, you can become dependent on relatives or friends when society does not provide the support that is needed. This support is based on goodwill; those in need must accept the help they can get – on other people’s terms. This leads to a great imbalance of power. Daily situations where assistance is required can generate the conditions for abuse to become possible.

The film can function as an eye opener or as a starting point for a discussion about what the professionals who meet the target groups can do differently in order meet the needs in a better way.

#notyourwhore (#intedinhora)

Those that signed up to the movement wish to illustrate and counter the myths of those who’s exploited within prostitution. #notyourwhore (#intedinhora) points out that a common myth is that the view of women in prostitution are being there by their own choice. Society provides endless freedom of choice for some but a lack of choice for others.

The film can function as an eye opener or as a starting point for a discussion about what the professionals who meet the target groups can do differently in order meet the needs in a better way.

#notthegoodolddays (#intebättreförr)

It is important to show the extent of sexual harassment and that men’s violence against women has a long history. Despite the fact that Sweden has clear legislation on people’s right to support and protection, older women’s needs have to a large extent been rendered invisible.

With the hashtag #notthegoodolddays (#intebättreförr), older women explain what they have been and are still exposed to. The testimonies of many lay the blame and guilt where it belongs – at the perpetrator’s door.

The film can function as an eye opener or as a starting point for a discussion about what the professionals who meet the target groups can do differently in order meet the needs in a better way.