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Policy Library

Through a data request to member cities, CHANGE has compiled a list of policies, programs, and initiatives that address one of the qualitative indicators. This database was compiled into the library below.

The City of Stockholm provides public preschool for children 0-6 years of age and the cost is calculated based on household income ensuring equal access for all.

City: Stockholm

Impact Area: Economic Opportunity


Stockholm’s relationship violence centers offer support and treatment to those who practice violence, or are exposed to violence in a close relationship. Residents may access therapy, support in legal proceedings, call support, community information from four centers spaced throughout the city.

City: Stockholm

Impact Area: Physical Autonomy


The City District Mothers, or Stadsdelsmammor, is a community-based project designed to integrate immigrants into city life. The district mothers are women with their own experience of being new to Sweden who support other foreign-born women in their neighborhood.

City: Stockholm

Impact Area: Economic Opportunity


A city’s archives collection preserves history, curating the story of its people. The Stockholm City Archives is working to highlight hidden and forgotten women from its collections, ensuring women and men have equal space in that story.

City: Stockholm

Impact Area: Built Environment


In Stockholm, the work of combating gender-based violence begins in primary school. The City’s Mentors in Violence Prevention program, Mentorer i Våldsprevention, challenges students & school administrators to address the root cause of gender violence to make long-term.

City: Stockholm

Impact Area: Physical Autonomy


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