1.6 Million Club Sweden


The 1.6 Million Club Sweden is a non-profit organization that creates awareness and spreads information concerning women’s health and lifestyle issues as well as lobbying for equal, gender-based, medical research. The 1.6 Million Club Sweden works with all areas related to women’s well-being and health. We provide information about everything that affects a woman’s situation in life and her status in the community. We take an active role in society to influence government agencies, politicians, media and researchers. The 1.6 Million Club was founded in Sweden in 1998 and has since grown with sister organizations in Norway, Finland, and Germany, as well as networks in Brussels and St Petersburg.


Currently, the 1.6 Million Club is one of the largest nongovernmental women’s organizations in Sweden. We continuously advocate and lobby for women’s well-being. We inspire and inform through seminars, campaigns, published books, articles, social media, and political hearings. The organization has been awarded the National Encyclopaedia, Knowledge Award 2005 and The WHO Tobacco Prevention Award 2010.


  •  Annual campaigns and more than 30 seminars/year.
  • Projects: “Life-style courses for women” and “Cultural activities for women’s health”
  • Fundraising
  • Political hearings and submission of motions to Parliament


1.6 Million Club Sweden is a non-profit organization. By becoming a member you support our work and contribute to increased awareness for women’s health. Members receive invitations to seminars, activities and campaigns on various topics of health, culture and wellness. Members also have access to information and latest news on medical research through our website, and much more.

For further visit the main website please click on the link: http://www.1.6miljonerklubben.com

Address: 1.6 Million Club Sweden, Grev Turegatan 27, 114 38 Stockholm.

Tel. +46 8 20 51 59

email: info@1.6miljonerklubben.com

An organization focusing on issues around women´s health and lifestyle

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