Welcome to the website of z&h, the organisation of gay and bisexual students in Zurich!

We organize monthly dinners, movies and games evenings and much more, so you can get in touch with other gay or bisexual boys. For our female guests we refer to the L-Punkt, our lesbian pendant. If you're looking for more information about us, consult our FAQ, explore the site and come to the next event!

Postponement of the 'z&h Znacht'

Notice:

Our monthly z&h Znacht usually takes place on the last thursday of every month. Unfortunately, this month it falls on a local holiday (Ascension Day). For this reason the dinner has been postponed to Thursday, 1st June 2017 at 7.30pm. Because our usual location - the HAZ - is already occupied on this new date, we will temporarily move the event to the Reformiertes Hochschulforum Zürich.

Hirschengraben 7
8001 Zürich

Institute of Queer Studies - LGBTI Research Night 2017

On Tuesday, 16th May 2017 at 19 o'clock at the University of Zürich (Rämistrasse 71, 8001 Zürich, KO2 F 150)  LGBTI Research Night 2017 will take place.

You can follow up on what's happening in LGBTI reseach and vote for the best project of 2017.

There will be 8 speakers giving 10 minute presentations about their work. Questions and answers sessions as well as discussions are foreseen after the presentations. This is a great chance to exchange ideas between the audience and researchers.

Zurich Pride 2016

The Zurich Pride Festival (ZHPF) 2016 offers many different interesting events culminating in a festival on Friday/Saturday 10/11 June and a great parade through the city. For more informations about the events, please have a look at:

http://zurichpridefestival.ch/pride-week

Make sure to visit the parade and join us there! What a great day to be a gay student!

Break the chains!

 

A lot of new HIV infections are passed on by men who believe that they are HIV-negative. When you get close to someone, it's easy to develop a certain level of trust and have sex without a condom. In this way, many men take risks without knowing it. People who are not aware that they have been infected with HIV unknowingly pass the virus on to others and become part of a chain reaction that could have been prevented.

In the first weeks in particular HIV is so infectious that one single unprotected encounter could result in an infection.