MR-dagarna, the Swedish Forum for Human Rights, is the biggest forum for human rights in the Nordic region and is organized every year in different cities in Sweden.
The Swedish Women’s Lobby act to promote a women’s rights and a gender equality perspective within the civil society through Civos (the civil society organisations in cooperation).
Nordiskt Forum Malmö 2014 – New Action on Women’s Rights was a regional conference that took place in Malmö June 12-15 2014.
The Swedish Women’s Lobby is part of the European network Plent (Platform for equal and nontransferable parental leave). It is time to make equal parenthood a reality!
The 15:57-movement is a historically unique collaboration for gender equal salaries! With the current pay gap between women and men in Sweden women work unpaid after 15:57 (3:57 pm). Every day. It is time for pay all day!
The project Corporate Compass encourages corporations to implement ethical guidelines to counter sexual exploitation in protection of human rights as well as the protection of their employees.
”Jämställdhetsdagarna” is a yearly conference which focus on gender equality and gender mainstreaming. The conference will take place for the first time 27th – 28th of January at Malmö Live.
”I would like to ask that we begin to dream about and plan for a different world. A fairer world. A world of happier men and happier women who are truer to themselves.”
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
We analyze the state budget bill from a gender perspective in order to see how resources are divided between women and men, and to examine if the government lives up to their gender equality commitments.
Photos of employees and board members for press use. Photography: Lena Hammar.
During CSW60, the international Comission for the Status of Women in New York, the Swedish Women’s Lobby will, together with ROKS and UNIZON, arrange a seminar about the economic forces behind the exploitation of women’s bodies.
Payday for Swedish women – Primeminister recieves bill for 17.7 billion SEK.
European Women’s Lobby, EWL, launches campaign to target the blatant discrimination women face as they grow older.