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Diversity Charter Sweden raises the bar - hires communications expert from the non-profit sector

This week, Hasse Sandberg joined Diversity Charter Sweden as Communications Officer. Hasse has extensive experience from both the disability movement and politics and comes most recently from the Stroke Association.

Anna Carlsson Sigstedt, Secretary General of Diversity Charter Sweden, comments on the recruitment:

- We are very happy that Hasse Sandberg is joining us at Diversity Charter Sweden. With Hasse joining us, we are raising our ambitions in terms of communication. The focus is to increase the digital presence and thereby contribute to increasing the commitment, awareness and inclusion in the workplace.

Hasse Sandberg, Communications Officer Diversity Charter Sweden on his new role:

Anna Carlsson Sigstedt Secretary General Diversity Charter Sweden,, tel +46 73 733 89 37

Gabriella Wiiala Chairman of the Board, Diversity Charter Sweden,, tel +46 70 496 70 80

- Diversity and inclusion are issues that I have been passionate about for a long time, so joining Diversity Charter Sweden feels like coming home. I look forward to doing my utmost to spread all the solid knowledge and experience that exists within Diversity Charter Sweden and its members.

Hasse Sandberg, Communications Officer Diversity Charter Sweden,, tel +46 70 184 98 94

About the Diversity Charter:
Diversity Charter Sweden is a non-profit organisation that promotes diversity in the workplace. We are a springboard for companies that want to increase their creativity and competitiveness by using the dynamics of an organisation that puts diversity before simplicity. Are given the opportunity to add knowledge in all seven grounds of discrimination linked to your business and operational benefits.

Through regular activities, we provide our members with great opportunities to exchange strategies and experiences, and to increase their knowledge. Our members are companies and organisations that actively work with diversity and an inclusive approach in their own organisation.

Visit for more information.
Visit The European Commission's platform for the European Diversity Charter

Facts about the Diversity Charter:
- 120 members in Sweden, representing 500,000 employees.
- 26 countries within the EU, representing 14,400 signatories (companies, state-owned enterprises, non-profit organisations, trade unions and universities), representing over 17 million employees

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"In Rinkeby we know that knowledge is power"

The Järva news agency highlights in an article that Mohamed Hagi Farah recently presented Rinkeby's development and challenges at a diversity and inclusion event. Mohamed Hagi Farah was one of six speakers at the event.