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Swedish Minister for Equality Affairs and Integration Nyamko Sabuni Praise Vinge’s Diversity Project

June 12, 2008

Nyamko Sabuni expressed, when she visited Vinge Stockholm on June the twelfth, that she will use Vinge’s diversity project as a good example when she addresses relevant issues.

Nyamko Sabuni (the Swedish Liberal Party) visited Vinge along with the labour market committee chairman Hillevi Engström (the Swedish Conservative Party) and labour market committee members to learn about Vinge’s diversity project. 

Among other things they got to listen to Michele Fara, associate lawyer at Vinge Gothenburg, who is one of the many recipients of the project’s scholarship. Michele Fara received his scholarship when he attended Angeredsgymnasiet in Gothenburg – an upper secondary school with almost exclusively students from immigrant backgrounds.

Nyamko Sabuni was pleased to learn about the diversity project and she ended her visit with expressing her gratitude over her new knowledge of Vinge’s actions: 

- It is a matter of justice to see to that knowledge and skill in all of us are taken care of. I will use Vinge as a good example when I address relevant questions.

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