Mitt Liv

Since 2008, Mitt Liv has worked to promote an inclusive labour market that values diversity

Mitt Liv is a leading social enterprise who since 2008 has been working with diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the labour market. We provide employers with knowledge, strategies and concrete tools for successful D&I activities, and we run Sweden’s largest mentoring program for academics with a foreign background.

An inclusive labour market 2024

Don't miss this year's most important event in diversity, equity, and inclusion! Participate online - free of charge.

On April 24th, Mitt Liv is hosting its annual and third edition of An inclusive labour market – a symposium designed to highlight the latest research, key insights and tools for fostering an inclusive labour market and workplace.

Latest news

The professor: Being a mentor broadens perspectives and offers new lessons

22 Dec 2023

What do I gain from being a mentor? Much more than most people think, according to Laurence Romani, a professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, who has studied the effects of mentorship programs in organisations.

Adecco, ABB, Hult EF, Julius Baer, and SKF initiate collaboration with Mitt Liv in Switzerland to enhance DEI efforts

01 Nov 2023

Adecco, ABB, Hult EF, Julius Baer, and SKF have chosen to collaborate with Mitt Liv as a strategic partner in the field of diversity and inclusion in Switzerland. The aim is to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within their own organisations and actively contribute to creating a more inclusive labour market.

Podcastavsnitt med Mitt Livs vd: Kan man mäta mångfald & inkludering?

17 Oct 2023

Mångfald och inkludering på arbetsmarknaden blir en allt viktigare fråga när det kommer till att skapa en rättvis och framgångsrik arbetsmiljö. Men hur vet du om din organisation är på rätt väg? Mitt Livs vd Lenka Prokopec Karlberg gästar HR Digitaliseringspodden för att prata inkludering, mångfald och att våga mäta!

Mitt Liv Consulting Services

We help you turn words into action

Since 2008 we have provided training to and collaborated with employers in both the private and public sectors with regard to issues concerning diversity and inclusion. Our current approach is based on long-term strategic collaborations, although we also undertake one-off activities on a smaller scale as necessary. Together we ensure that your D&I work becomes a natural part of your activities and your overall business strategy.

Mitt Livs Chans Mentoring Program

Mentoring program for individuals with a foreign background and university-level education

Mitt Livs Chans is Sweden’s largest mentoring program for individuals with a foreign background and post-secondary education who don’t have a job in their area of competence. Through mentorship and an expanded contact network, we strive to improve the possibilities for such individuals to find an appropriate job in Sweden.

Our impact drives positive development

of our partners have implemented activities to increase their diversity during the collaboration.

of our partners state that their organisation's level of inclusion has increased during the collaboration.

of the mentees in our mentoring program find a job or trainee position.

of the mentors become internal ambassadors on issues concerning D&I in their workplace.

D&I Insights – subscribe to our newsletter

Research, reports and articles in Swedish and English for those who work with or are interested in issues concerning diversity, inclusion and skills supply.


Meet the people we interact with every day in our activities.

"Inspiration and experiences for life" - meet three mentors at SEB

Mentee Nikola Veselská on the importance of networking

"Life do not come with an instruction manual" - Interview with our previous mentee Girish

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