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Equality to the fore

With positive attitudes towards equality, strong gender discrimination laws and modern industries full of forward-thinking companies, we believe there’s no better place than Stockholm for talented women to thrive.

The Stockholm employers that call themselves A Woman's Place

The Stockholm employers that call themselves A Woman's Place

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Gender equality in Stockholm - ‘It would be hard for me to move somewhere else now’

Gender equality in Stockholm - ‘It would be hard for me to move somewhere else now’

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Mayor of Stockholm: 'We want to be the impact capital of the world'

Mayor of Stockholm: 'We want to be the impact capital of the world'

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The Stockholm employers that call themselves A Woman's Place

The Stockholm employers that call themselves A Woman's Place

Categories :A woman's place

Gender equality in Stockholm - ‘It would be hard for me to move somewhere else now’

Gender equality in Stockholm - ‘It would be hard for me to move somewhere else now’

Categories :Your life in Stockholm

Mayor of Stockholm: 'We want to be the impact capital of the world'

Mayor of Stockholm: 'We want to be the impact capital of the world'

Categories :Live & Work

Categories: A woman's place, Principles of A Woman's Place
A woman's place
Principles of A Woman's Place
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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.

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?
Categories: A woman's place, Recruiting with greater diversity
A woman's place
Recruiting with greater diversity
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Is this the best place in the world to be a woman?

When Christine Osazuwa arrived in Stockholm in July 2017, it was the first time the 28-year-old Baltimore native had stepped foot on Swedish soil. But she’d already made up her mind to stay. And having survived her first winter, she’s convinced that she made the right decision.

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.

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