An attractive mining industry – for everyone
Svemin is actively pushing 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. That is why Svemin hosts the Swedish section of the Women in Mining network.
Women in Mining Sweden, WIM Swe, raises current issues in the industry, especially in the field of gender equality and diversity, with the gender aspect in the main focus. In this way, WIM Swe 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. The network’s goal is for the proportion of women in the industry to increase, in the boardrooms, in management groups as well as in the operations in general. Making good role models visible and raising women is therefore central. As part of this, WIM Swe produces a list of competent women in the industry, for the benefit of recruiters as well as the media, conference organizers and others seeking expert votes from the mining and minerals sector.
WIM Swe pursues its issues by mainly arranging seminars and other network meetings. Sometimes under our own auspices, sometimes with our sister organizations Metallkvinnor (Women of Steel) and Kraftkvinnorna (the energy sector’s network).
Everyone who works in the Swedish mining and mineral industry and shares WIM Sweden’s objectives can be members of the network. The member register is administered by Svemin. Membership is free of charge.
How to become a member
Send an email to email@example.com and state name, company / organization and email address. We send out invitations to our own events and other relevant information approximately 5-10 times a year. We do not disclose your information to an external party.
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About WIM Sweden
WIM Swe, is a network with a focus on increased gender equality in the Swedish mining and mineral industry and functions as a platform where active people in the industry can exchange experiences. WIM Swe is managed by Svemin.
Steering group for WIM Swe
Jenny Gotthardsson, Area Manager Garpenberg
Stefan Romedahl, President Boliden Mines
Nadim Penser, Senior Vice President Human Resources
Monika Sammelin, Area Manager Malmberget
Jonas Jones, HR Manager, Special Products
Klas Dagertun, CEO
Åsa Allan, Vice President
Monika Andersson, Head of Communications
Per-Anders Ivarsson, HR Manager
* May, 2021
About Women In Mining International
National sections of Women in Mining exist in many countries. In March 2021, the International Women in Mining Alliance was founded, a global umbrella organization for the various national sections. At present, there are about 70 member organizations worldwide. WIM Sweden is part of the International Women in Mining Alliance.
The alliance has its origins in the organization International Women in Mining, which was founded in 2007.
- United Kingdom
- Australia – one of the international sections