Klaudia and Klara from the Student Agency, invite people who through their work, and especially
through communication – really make it matter.
New guest every week. Listen here:
Founder of the equality project Rättviseförmedlingen, currently working with SKAP’s initiative to
promote diversity and equality in the Swedish music industry. Among many other things.
We agree that she is one of Sweden’s most influential women, as she through her work not only
question norms and structures – she gives us tools to change them.
This is a talk where she tells us how it’s probably easier than we think. How sometimes just
ignoring the dishes can rewrite history.
A communicator, entrepreneur and artist, currently working on the tv show ”The Dictator”, launching
in October 2014. A political reality show taking place in a fictive dictatorship, to see what
happens to people when the democratic mechanisms disappears.
Being a true doer and a pro at making communication matter, Navid tells us how changing never
should be seen just as a project – it’s a process.
Berättarministeriet is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspire children from areas of high
unemployment to conquer the written word. Their work is based on the understanding that strong
writing skills are fundamental for participation in a democratic and pluralistic society.
Reza Saleh tells us about how they work to give everyone the same opportunites in life.
As one of Swedens most prominent Creative Directors, Christina works at Ingo, Stockholm.
She has written “Mad Women – A Herstory of Advertising”.
A book about her experience as a woman in a male dominated industry.
The Swedish Police has about 800 000 followers in social media and their presence there is
almost as important as patrolling the streets, as it gives citizens the opportunity to
take part in their work and even help them to solve crimes.
We talk with the Police's communication strategist Anna-Maria Böök about authority's online
presence and how a public organization should behave in social media.
Online-strategist now running the digital agency For Sure, having a lot of insight in the
digital world. Judith tells us how it helped her find friends in a new city, about her
involvement in Geek Girl and gives us one advise: don’t be afraid of code.