Updates of A Woman's Place
How Stockholm companies create more gender-equal workplaces
The Nordics are often lauded for their commitment to gender equality. The City of Stockholm in particular has taken a uniquely proactive approach to improving gender equality in the workplace.
A Woman's Place Podcast - How to have an inclusive and norm creative external communication
In this episode of A Woman's Place podcast we sit down with Armina Etminan, education manager at Make Equal, a Stockholm based-company that has reached over 100 million people with its campaigns to help organisations and businesses engage practically with equality.
A Woman's Place Podcast - How to recruit with greater diversity
In this episode we are joined by Henrik Fröjmark, Managing Director of Rättviseförmedlingen, a Swedish fundraising foundation focused on promoting equality and diversity.
A Woman's Place Podcast - How to measure gender equality in the workplace
The Local’s Sophie Miskiw is joined by Pernilla Alexandersson, CEO and founder of Add Gender, a Stockholm-based consultancy service committed to improving equality and diversity in the workplace.
A Woman's Place Podcast - How to bring a gender equality policy to life
In the second episode of A Woman's Place season two, The Local's Sophie Miskiw interviews Johanna Lundin, CEO and founder of Equalate, a Stockholm-based consultancy service dedicated to developing equality, diversity and inclusion within organisations.
A Woman's Place Podcast - How to increase female representation in leadership positions
Season two of A Woman's Place kicks off with The Local's Sophie Miskiw meeting Jennifer Råsten, training strategist at AllBright Foundation, a politically-independent, non-profit foundation that promotes equality and diversity on the management level in Sweden.
Why Stockholm businesses are rethinking the 9-5
Stockholm businesses are challenging traditional work structures and hours in a move to stamp out inequality and improve work-life balance.
Stockholm's best-known businesses pledge to further gender equality
Around a hundred of Stockholm’s best-known businesses have publicly declared their commitment to gender equality. But what does it really mean for companies like Truecaller, King and Klarna to call themselves A Woman’s Place?
Seminar - Increasing female representation in leadership positions
October 4th 9AM, Invest Stockholm, Drottninggatan 33
A Woman's Place Podcast at Almedalen Week
"If you just have an organisation with white men, its going to be very boring."