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Three voices on the JML course

Published May 20, 2021

Three employees at the CBH School share their thoughts on the JML course.

Kicki Holmberg, purchase manager

”I thought the course was great. It was a very good mix between history, present, laws and how we can implement it on our workplace. I think it was a very good mix between lectures and workshop form. I really hope it leads to us working actively in the administration and that this is followed up, so that we work with these issues on a daily basis and dare to discuss them.”

“It is important for us to have a sensible work environment where we treat each other well and are able to talk if problems arise. There are many different angles of approach in a workplace and it is important that you take advantage of this knowledge, so that problems do not arise."

Sara Sabrie Edzén, study counselor

”I found the course rewarding and very important. KTH raises these issues by educating us and it feels like JML is a very broad subject. After the training, you understood that JML is very broad and touches on many issues, so it was good that they had divided it into three different parts."

"I think it can be good for everyone at KTH, at all levels, to attend such an education. I think it may be very useful for all of us, so that we have a common goal with this issue throughout KTH, teachers and managers as well, so it is not just the administration that addresses this."

"What I thought a lot about personally was to be more norm-critical. I do not think we are. It is very important to be aware of your own privileges and think about what you convey in the workplace, as a person and in your own work."

Martin Lindström, system manager

"The course was quite comprehensive. It made me think about things that I had not reflected on before. I thought I was very experienced, but it turned out that I did not know as much as I thought. You got like an aha-experience when you took the course."

"I think it is important to make efforts like this. I think everyone I talked to was pleasantly surprised and thought it was very good. I do not know how but it is clear we must continue to work on this."

Text: Jon Lindhe

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