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100 Years of Gender Equality — What has happened and where are we on the way?
Saturday 24 April, Europe Direct Fyrbodal and Åmåen’s Cultural Houses are offering a livestreamed full day of interesting calls linked to the 100th anniversary of women’s voting rights in Sweden. What has happened in the last 100 years and what is the future? Follow a trip against gender equality in Sweden and Europe. This day we have the author and journalist Ulrika Knutsson, the European Parliament Malin Björk and Malin Träff from the National Sports Association, who will in various ways deal with gender issues based on their own areas of expertise. The day will offer lectures with our guests and end with a panel call. Chair: Sara Vogel-Rödin. When: 24 April, 13.00-16.00 Var: Livestream via Facebook
Event reportSweden legitimately 100 years of Womens’ right to vote this year. This was the main priority of this event and we took a stay to Sweden and Europe’s history on equality and the way forward. We invited an authorisation, Ulrika Knutson, who has written books about Womens’ rights, an MEP (Malin Björk) who can share how the EU and the parity work on Womens rights. We also won the MEP to share how you as a citizen can influence and act EU decisions, here we also discussed the conference on the future of Europe. The third guiding work for Sweden’s national sports association and talked about the difference between different generations. The event was digital and we received questions ahead of the event as well as during the event. A lot of questions had a focus on how to make the workplace more equal as well as how to make people on the countryside more equal.
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