Women In Mining Sweden

An attractive mining industry – for everyone

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Svemin actively drives the issue of improving the conditions for the women who currently work in the Swedish mining and mineral industry, as well as for more women to see the industry as attractive. Therefore, Svemin hosts the Swedish section of the Women In Mining network.

Women In Mining Sweden, WIM Sweden, raises current issues in the industry, especially in the area of ​​gender equality and diversity, with the gender aspect in the main focus. In this way, WIM Sweden wants to improve the conditions for the women who currently work in the Swedish mining and mineral industry, as well as for more women to see the industry as attractive. Highlighting good role models is therefore central.

WIM Sweden drives its questions by mainly arranging seminars and other network meetings. WIM Sweden’s goal is for the proportion of women in the industry to increase.

Membership

Anyone who works in the Swedish mining and minerals industry and shares WIM Sweden’s goal may be members of the network. The membership register is administered by Svemin. Membership is free of charge.

Don’t miss the invitation to events! This is how you become a member

Send an email to wimsweden@svemin.se stating your name, company / organization and e-mail address. We send out invitations to events on a couple of occasions a year. We do not disclose your information to an external party.

About WIM Sweden

Women In Mining Sweden, WIM Sweden, is a network focusing on increased equality in the Swedish mining and minerals industry and serves as a platform where active people in the industry can exchange experiences. WIM Sweden is managed by Svemin, an industry organization for mines, mineral and metal producers in Sweden. WIM Sweden is part of the international umbrella organization International Women In Mining.

The steering group for WIM Sweden consists of Eva Westberg Persson, Foyen, Anna Nilsson, Ledarna, and Emma Härdmark, Svemin.

About Women In Mining International

National sections of the international network Women In Mining are found in many countries. Read more here: