Impact & Advocacy

Our impact is our most important driver

For us it is important that everything we do contributes to our vision of an inclusive society and a labour market that values diversity, which is why we perform annual impact measurements to assess our impact. Below you can find our annual impact reports as well as other reports and initiatives that form part of our work aimed at achieving impact.

Impact Reports

Impact Report 2021 (summary in English)
Impact Report 2020 (in Swedish)
Impact Report 2019 (in Swedish)
Impact Report 2018 (in Swedish)
Impact Report 2017 (in Swedish)
Impact Report 2016 (in Swedish)

More reports from Mitt Liv

Rapport: Chefers syn på inkludering och mångfald i näringslivet

Novus har under mars 2022 genomfört en undersökning på uppdrag av Mitt Liv med syftet att se hur många företag som bedriver ett aktivt arbete med mångfald och inkludering, förstå deras drivkrafter och utmaningar samt vilka verktyg de behöver för att öppna för fler talanger och perspektiv. Svaren kommer från 544 chefer inom privat, ideell och offentlig sektor i företag och organisationer med fler än 25 anställda.

Report: What are the characteristics of an inclusive workplace? (in Swedish)

A survey from 2018 where foreign-born individuals give their view of what is required of Swedish employers to attract, develop and retain international talent. The report is produced by Mitt Liv in collaboration with United Minds.

Mitt Liv’s CEO network gathers forces for a more inclusive labour market

Initiative: CEOs for D&I

Under the direction of our founder Sofia Appelgren, Mitt Liv has brought together a group of high-profile Swedish CEOs and has started a CEO network for increased diversity and inclusion in the labour market – CEOs for Diversity & Inclusion. Together, the members of the network aim to identify opportunities to work in a more goal-oriented and strategic manner in relation to diversity and inclusion issues – and in this way contribute to the creation of a more competitive Sweden that makes the most of the competence available in the Swedish labour market.

To date the CEO network has attracted the following members: Simone Margulies (CEO of Hemköp & Tempo), Jan Berntsson (CEO of Deloitte Sweden), Jacob Torell (CEO of Next Step Group), Magnus Rosén (CEO of Nobina AB), Pernilla Bonde (CEO of HSB Riksförbund), Robert Dackeskog (CEO of Duni Group), Therese Bohlin (CEO of Prime Weber Shandwick) and Thomas Ekman (CEO of Dustin Group). The first meeting of the network was held in September 2021.

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