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AAccess to essential ressources

A00Access to essential ressources in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Accident

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

If I lose my job, my family and end up in the street

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Not being able to live a normal life

To have no possibilities

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Anxiety not to be able to support your own family basic needs like accommodation, food etc.

Not having food on the table and roof over your head

Insecurity concerning accommodation, economy, rights etc.

What does well-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Not having to worry

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

A life free from problems

Access to pure water and healthcare

Accommodation and food

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Get simultaneous jobs and work myself to death so that I can save for when I do not work and do not get help

A01Food / drink

What does ill-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Starvation

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No Marabou chocolate

Sweets

Starvation

Nothing to eat

No food

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Not having enough food

Hunger

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Chewinggum

Sweets

Food

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Sufficient food supply

Nice food – with moderation

The right of food and water for a reasonable price

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Access to good things like food

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Food and wine

Food

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Eat right

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Healthy diet

A02Healthcare and medicine

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No doctors

No assistance for sick people

What does well-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Having access to medical care

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To have access to medical treatment in an emergency situation

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Better medical care

Access to all the help needed to be healthy

A03Housing / furniture

What does ill-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Homelessness

No housing

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Nowhere to live

Homelessness

No home

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Homelessness

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Poor housing

To be homeless

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Homelessness

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Unsafety in living conditions

Poor living conditions

Housing problems

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Homelessness

What does well-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Having your own home

Having somewhere to live

Good housing

SCHOOL CHILDREN

A home

A home to come home to

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

A home

Accommodation

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Good housing

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Housing

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Appropriate housing at a reasonable cost

Shelter

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To get a good housing

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

To have a clean home!

A kitchen that is good for cooking nice food

A04Clothing

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Not having any shoes

To be without clothes

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Jewelry

Shoes

Clothes

A05Education / training

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No education

No school

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

No access to education

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Poor knowledge of the Swedish law

Illiteracy

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Good education

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Opportunity for further education

Good school

SCHOOL CHILDREN

School

Education

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Access to public education

The opportunity to attend school

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Safe school

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Education

Good school

Good standard of education in the country

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Knowledge

Education

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Go to school so that I get a good job and money

Manage school so that I can get money to buy a home and food

To learn a lot of things I did not know before

I will study as hard as I can

To be good at maths

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To seek more knowledge

Educate yourself and try to get a meaningful job

Educate yourself

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Education that you are happy with

Better education

Education

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Go to school

Education

A06Employment / work

What does ill-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Unemployed

Unemployment

No work

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No work – no money

No work

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To not be able to have or get a job

Unemployment

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

No job

To be unemployed

When young people do not get jobs

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Unemployment

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Unemployment

Lack of employment because of language

Work more hours for little money

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Unemployment

Lack of meaningful employment

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Good job

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Jobs for all

Having a job

Work that you enjoy

Interesting work

SCHOOL CHILDREN

A profession

Job

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To work with something meaningful

Employment

An enjoyable job

A job that makes me feel like I have something to contribute with and that I can be proud

Access to work

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Good job

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Work

Good job

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

When the rest of my family and I have jobs and the economy is good

That I have a job I enjoy

Work

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Be active in your search for a job

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Change labour market laws for the better so that people do not get fired

More and better job opportunities

Create more jobs

More job opportunities for young people

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Find any kind of job or activity

Job

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Look for a meaningful job and keep it

Perform well at my workplace

Work

A07Leisure culture / sports activities

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No gym

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Lack of cultural activities

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Travel

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Recreational activities

Have the possibility to do hobbies

A rich choice of cultural activites

Comprehensive/substantial leisure time

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Fotball

Music

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Be able to experience things, to be out in the nature and by the sea

Be able to travel and explore new things

Access to culture like music, books and theatre

Cultural activities

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Good conditions for sports

Rich cultural life

Opportunity for recreation

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To do something that makes you feel good, like exercise

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Meaningful activities

Meaningful free time

Relaxing holiday

A leisure time that gives me joy

Music, theater, culture

To sing in a choir

To sit in the car, be home, walking and listening to the greatest gift: music

A vibrant free time – culture, travel, etc.

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Exercise and eat healthy food

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Support a rich cultural life

Regular exercise

More resources for youth sports

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Exercise

Disappear into a movie

Listen to music

To follow the football team IFK Norrköping

A meaningful spare time that gives me strength

A08Purchasing power / personal finance

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Poor Economy

Poverty

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Pension

Poverty

No money

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To be forced to deny your children material things that other children has because of a poor economic situation or to be excluded in other ways

No money

Poverty

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Messy barbecue areas

Bad economy x 2

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Go to bed on an empty stomach

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Bad economy

Too much bills

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Anxiety for the economy

Poor economy

A poor economy that limits my free time and my personal development.

Poverty

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Economy

Stable economy

Financial security

Economy

Wealth

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Financial security

Enough money

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Enough money

Wealth

Not having to worry or fight over money

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Good economy

To afford to give my family a good quality of life

Waking up every morning without having to worry about money

Sound financial standing

Security in economy

Good and viable economy

Financial security

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Prosperity

Prosperity– thriving economy

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Financial security

A good enough economy to pay current expenses

An economy that will allow you to not have to think about every penny spent

A secure economy so that there is no worry that the money will run out

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Higher pensions

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Plan my economy and work hard

A10Mobility

What does well-being mean to you?

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Good transportation

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Good car

A11Information / exchange

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Information

BLiving environment

B00Living environment in general

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Safety

Security

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Aesthetic environment

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

That society does what it can be for a better environment

B01Healthiness/pollution/noise

What does ill-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Noisy environment

Environmental pollution in large and small, litter

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

That we destroy the environment and our own health

What does well-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Fresh air

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Healthy environment

B02Basic infrastructure

What does ill-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Poor school environments

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Make the centers of the areas more attractive: more stores and events in the square – not just circuses

Cut three floors (at least) from every apartment building – creates a “small-town feeling”

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Build more modern hospitals

Build better schools

B03Services infrastructure

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Good infrastructure that does not fall into decay

B04Meeting and leisure spaces

What does ill-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Lack of meeting places

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

More places for people to meet

B05Weather and natural phenomena

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Swedish weather

Weather

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Environmental threats in air and water

Unpredictable weather, floods, storms.

B06Landscape and living spaces

What does well-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Green areas and parks

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Garden

B07Production and work conditions

What does ill-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Poor working environment

CRelations with and between organisations

C00Relations with and between organisations in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Broken promises

That my government cares more about the rich and ignore the rest

What does well-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Empowerment

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

My well being is created when I can fight for my rights in relation to my employer without fear of dismissal or complications

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Religious freedom

Freedom

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Society should remove unnecessary barriers which currently make people unhappy, happy people = better society

Individual qualities should get you the job, without religion, political opinion, race, etc. preventing you from getting employment

Abolish undemocratic rules

C01Fundamental rights/freedom of expression

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Not being able to express your opinion

Oppression

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Lack of freedom of speech and opinion

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Not being able to express my opinions freely as I wish.

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To be able to say what you think

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Freedom of speech – to be able to say what you want

The quality of moving freely

Freedom of opinion

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

A good life means that you can think and express whatever you want

When you can express yourself without fear

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Freedom of expression

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Free to express my views

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Increase the awareness of human rights

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Respect the rights of others

C02Functioning of justice

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No ambulances or policemen

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Injustice

What does well-being mean to you?

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Rule of law

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Cooperate with the trade unions to fight employers who do not want to sign agreements

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Study the laws of Sweden

C03Consultation/democracy

What does ill-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

When the municipality closes down good activities

Lack of democracy x 2

What does well-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To live in a democracy

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Access to a democratic legal system

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Mature democracy

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Choose the right politicians

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Continue to be involved in politics

Ensure that more citizens get involved and participate in political decision

Show through hard work in the municipality that socialism is the best for the people

C04Transparency/communication

What does ill-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Corruption and nepotism

C06Access, information, contact

What does ill-being mean to you?

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Poor social service

DPersonal relations

D00Personal relations in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Lonely, outcast

Loneliness

SCHOOL CHILDREN

False people that cannot stick to a promise

Dishonest people

Nobody to talk to

To be alone

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To argue with people that are close to you like family and colleagues

Involuntary loneliness

Loneliness

A life without love, to be lonely

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To be lonely and insecure

Loneliness

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Loneliness

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Negative social relationships

Deceitful and false people

The lack of love from other people

Poor relationships

Loneliness

Loneliness

Social isolation

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Love

Love of people and things

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Large network

Have the feeling of being needed

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To be able to get along with people

Honesty

Having love in your life is the best thing

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Social life

To have a family and friends

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To have someone who cares about you

To have someone to care about

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

People close to you

To spend time with your loved ones, to have fun

To have somebody that makes you happy

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Co-operation

Cooperation with others

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Affiliation

Friendly treatment by others

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Be good at relations

Be good at empathy

Help my family

Give love to people

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Meet people and create a social network

Choose the right parents.

Trying to help people regardless if you know them or not

Smile towards people, say hi and take some of your time and talk to them

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Nurture relationships

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Open the door for a person you don’t know, offer your parking ticket if there is time left. Just simple things

D01Couple / sentimental and sexual relationships

What does ill-being mean to you?

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To not be loved

What does well-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

To give and get love

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Love

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To be loved and to love

Love

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

That you give and receive love

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Love

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Living in a good relationship

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Dare to take and give love

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To have girlfriends and to be stable

D02Family life / family relations

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

A bad family is not good

To be without family

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To be lonely and far away from your family without having the possibility to meet them

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

When someone in your family or a friend is sick

When family or friends feel bad

When you are alone without family or friends

Broken family

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To think that people close to you can die

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Concerns about family and friends’ health and safety

A life without family members and without love

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Nuclear family

Family and friends

Family and love

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Children, grandchildren, family

The family

SCHOOL CHILDREN

First thing I thought of was the family – thats a good life

The family is good to have in life, to enjoy each others company, for mutual respect and many other things

Family

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Family and relatives

To have happy children

Happy and healthy children who accept you for who you are

The opportunity to have a family life that includes free time and vacation

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Secure family

Security within the family

Happy family

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To have a loving and caring family

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

A good life is when my family is doing well, all are in good health and relationships are good

Children who get the opportunity to develop

A family that cares about each other

Much love, family functioning, not having problems in the family – such as difficult teenagers

Children

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Both parents are equally important in terms of child rearing

Strengthen parenting

Restore parental authority

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Raise your children in such way that they feel empathy for exposed people.

Teach my children that all people are of equal value.

Have a good communication with your children, family and friends

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Develop family love

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Helping a family member getting the right healthcare

Try to be responsive to the needs of family and friends

Try to give my family love and to be positive towards them as often as I can. It pays off !

Playing with my nieces and nephews

D03Friends / relations with friends

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Peer pressure like if someone does not want to smoke but is forced to be others

False friends

No friends

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

No friends

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

End up in a bad circle of friends

What does well-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Friends x 2

Having good friends

Good friends

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Having friends is very good. You have someone to talk to, to have fun with. Being able to trust one’s friends is the best of all

Friends

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Friends

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Good relations between friends

Friends

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Good friends

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Help my friends

Help my friends so that they feel good

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Choose the right friends

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To have nice friends

D04Relations within the neighbourhood

What does ill-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Nasty neighbours

What does well-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Nice neighbours

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Be able to help your neighbours

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Personal network

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Support lonely people and each other with kind words

D05Relations at work

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Working with something you do not feel comfortable with

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

If I have to accept bad treatment of my employer

What does well-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

The right to a private life without the interference of work

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Having a good relationship with relatives and colleagues

ESocial balance

E00Social balance in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Vulnerability

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Oppression

What does well-being mean to you?

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Equality over all

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

The municipalities in Sweden should share the responsibility for receiving refugees - reduce segregation

E01Identities and values

What does ill-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To have or to be affected by preconceptions

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

That my Government cares about capital and not about people’s wellbeing

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To be afraid to be who you are

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

To live in a country that does not allow Christian converts or where the country discriminates against its citizens in other ways

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Embrace diversity

E02Knowledge, awareness and educational balance

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Poor environment

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Not having the experience of living in a multicultural society

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Gather the good role models in a more structured way and let them tell us how they are doing

Good role models in the area

More positive examples of successful people in Alby, to inspire others

Down with segregation. transfer new arrivals compulsorily, raise the area’s status

Prevent segregation

Individuals can make a difference in residential areas, such as stairwells hosts

Important people need to stay in the area

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Develop multicultural activities

E03Equity and social mobility

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Recession

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To know that we will end up in a society where only people who are rich or have access to jobs will survive

When you can’t afford to sport

When you don’t have the money to take advantage of care available

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Economical and social stress

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Health care must not become a class issue

Personal finances should not decide wether you have a decent life or not

E05Violence and peace

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Injustice

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Poor environment

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

That you have poor conditions as a starting point

Inequality

Inequality and injustice.

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Discrimination

Unequal treatment

Unequal health treatment

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Unjust treatment

What does well-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

The right to live a life free from unequal treatment

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Faster asylum procedures in order for newly arrived to get into the new country's social life much quickly

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Strive for equal conditions for others

E06Economic balance

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

War and all the misery going on in the world

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Criminality

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Physical abuse

War

Violence

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Insecurity

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

War

Experience war

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Misuse of arms

Child abuse

Killing

Wars

Violence

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Feeling unsafe in the community because of violence and a non-functioning police force

Insecurity and threat

Cruelty

What does well-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To feel secure

Security

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Security at school

Security in the immediate environment

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

A good life is to feel secure and to be safe

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Security

Safety

Peace

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

True security

E07Demographic balances

What does ill-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Insecurity

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Have respect for all living beings and for our nature

FPersonal balance

F00Personal balance in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

A meaningless life

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Concerns

Worries

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Short hair

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Not being happy with the life you are living

The feeling that there is no purpose in life

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Ignorance

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Accidents

Inactivity

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To be able to take life seriously, it is not a game

Not to be worried

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Development

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Be able to do the things you love

To have great possibilities

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

To take responsibility over my own life

To live a life balanced between spontaneity and structure

F01Physical balance and health

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

No right to good health

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Addiction

Illness, drug problems

Illness

Get sick

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Taking drugs

Drugs

Smoking

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

That people close to me or I am ill. That it will change people’s perception about us

Poor health and to have a disability without getting any support

Poor health x 3

Illness

Addiction

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Illness

Poor health

Being sick

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Depression

Illnesses

Mental problems

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Ill health

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Whenever I or my family has a severe illness

Illness x 3

Illness and poor health

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Good health

The right to good health

Health

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Health

To be healthy

Sound sleep

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Healthy children

Being at good health and to be well-rested

Health

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

A healthy life

Good health x 2

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Mental well-being

Healthy mind

Good health

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Good health. That I and my family / friends are doing well.

Being healthy

Good health

Health

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Stop taking drugs

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Take good care of your physical health

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Stay healthy and care about healthcare and sports

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Mental health

F02Freedom / personal autonomy

What does ill-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Not being able to decide over certain things in life

Lack of freedom

What does well-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Being able to decide over my own life

F03Personal time management and balance between activities

What does ill-being mean to you?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Stress

Not being able to achieve what is required

Lack of time

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

No personal time

To have a stressful everyday life

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To be able to say no when needed

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Free time

Time and opportunity for exercise

Have time for my children

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

No stress

Access to free time

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Set aside time for myself

Sleep late on weekends

F04Emotional / mental balance

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Lack of inspiration

Depression

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Being able to have fun

F05Spiritual life / religion

What does well-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

My faith in God.

F06Balance in relations with society

What does ill-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Not to be trustworthy to others and that other people think you are of less value

To be bullied

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Isolation

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Cultural alienation

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Not to trust everybody

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To be motivated by leaders that want to increase your success

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Appreciation

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Fight prejudices

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Develop cooperation, private, municipal or government

Develop confidence

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Express feelings and needs

F07Balance in relations with nature

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

No opportunity for personal development

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Lacking the opportunity to develop on an individual level

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Personal development, eg Education

Development opportunities

Personal Development

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Stimulation

Development

To learn new things everyday

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Constant aim higher and better

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

To be aware about my own preconceptions.

Find new ways, think outside the box

Have the courage to try new paths in life

GWell­being or ill­being feelings

G00Well­being or ill­being feelings in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

To feel that you are not enough

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Life your life and enjoy it

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To be aware that you have a good life

To feel that life is meaningful

To be happy and to have good self-confidence

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Harmony

Positive feelings

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To be happy over all the good things in your life

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Keeping an optimistic view of life

G01Self­esteem or shame

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Failure

SCHOOL CHILDREN

No self confidence

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Believe in your self and others

Poor self-esteem and self-confidence

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

A meaningless life where you feel like you have failed

What does well-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To be able to trust oneself and to have self confidence

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

If you can give yourself happiness

Self-respect

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Self-confidence

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Assertiveness

Self-confidence

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Strengthen my own self confidence

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Respect yourself

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Self-awareness

I am taking care of my family the best way I can and when that is not enough I rely on something that is greater than me

To treat myself in a good way

G02Satisfaction / frustration

What does ill-being mean to you?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Envy

Bitterness

What does well-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Satisfied on a personal level

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Contentment

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To be satisfied with what I have

G03Serenity / fear

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Pressure

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Fear

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Fear

What does well-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Waking up in the morning without feeling anxious about something in particular.

G04Stress / Peace of mind

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Stress

G05Happiness / sadness

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Happiness

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Laugh

Joy

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To be happy

Happy life

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Happiness

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Focus on the positive sides in your life

Being happy, positive and to have an optimistic view on the future

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

To live with a positive attitude

HAttitudes and initiatives

H00Attitudes and initiatives in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Pretending to be a criminal even if you’re not

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

When you do not want to live and when you do not care about yourself and other people

What does well-being mean to you?

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Inspiration

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Live a good life in order to inspire others

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Take your self and your surroundings seriously

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To be a nice person

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Be active

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

I feel good when I do something for others

Take responsibility

H01Self­improvement / self­respect

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Self-awareness

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

To have something to believe in and hope for

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

When I have the opportunity to work with my dream

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Finding a purpose in life

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Having a better life means stop smoking

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

There is nothing like a poor life. You have the ability to decide the direction

To have the guts to say what is on your mind.

To have a plan b if the regime excludes you from the system

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Have a positive mindset

Never apologise for who I am

Solve problems with a positive mindset

I want to make my life better if I have the strength

For the moment I am happy with my life

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Health awareness

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Learning from my mistakes and try to be true to myself

Learn from mistakes and experience

H02Personal / entrepreneurial initiatives

What does ill-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

If although you are struggling very hard you do not get what you want in life

To be without hope

Without hope for a better future

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

A life without goals

What does well-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Success (ambition, motivation, goal)

Motivation

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To have something to get up for every morning

To have a goal in life

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Succeeding in reaching your goals and to feel happy

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Achieve my life goals that would make me happy

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Get children and young people to think that education is good, a way to success. Good role models

Courses: language, crafts – activities create well-being

Create a rich leisure time

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Help those that starve by giving money every month

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Fight, do not give up

Give power to people who have good ideas and engagement. Do not worry about theirs hierarchal position.

Become a legal guardian, mentor or a sponsor

Formulate a vision and take one step at the time

Take charge of opportunities that come your way

Contribute with money

Get a hobby

That I have the possibility to generate jobs for other people in my job

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

One or more goals in life

Show what the labor movement stands for

Engage actively in an association with a good cause

Fight for a socialist-led Sweden

Do my best not to give power to the racists

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Realise your goals and discover the world

To have life goals

Try something new

Challenge yourself

Dare believing that anything is possible

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Discuss problems and find common solutions

Create small business

H03Behaviour / sociability

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

To hit an innocent

What does well-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To be safe

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Local involvement might create conflicts but that is nothing to be afraid of

Actions leading to measures: to hit someone must get a consequence, also at school

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Praise yourself and others

To care about others and to fight for what is good

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Express all your opinions

To be brave and say everything that is on your mind

Spread happiness, love and respect

Smile

Be happy and make other people happy

Talk to somebody you want to talk to but have never talked to before

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Give others a friendly treatment

To have a positive attitude towards my surrounding and to smile often

To not take on to many task from other people

H04Listening / applying solidarity values

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Just thinking of oneself

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

When an individual does not get the help s/he needs

What does well-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

To feel valued and heard

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Wellbeing is also when you do something for someone else – a favor, a loan, a ride, etc.

Help people who need support

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Caring

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Establish small groups in contexts where people are seen and have an influence

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Help others

Help the sick

Help the poor

To be able to separate right from wrong

Help others to get better self confidence

Helping others that understand less

Help people quit smoking and drugabusing

Help the blind

Help the homeless

Help those that are bullied

Act against mobbing

Take care of my family more than they used to do in the old days

Try to make use of and share my knowledge

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Treat people equally

Show love and consideration

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Teach people to understand other cultures and create mutual understanding

Ensure that education does not become a class issue

Be helpful to one another

Anti-bullying campaigns in schools

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Understanding one another

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Support weak and vulnerable people

Try to be clear in my criticism

H05Being responsible towards common goods

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Collaboration between parents. Dare to tell others if you have seen their children doing something "crazy". Dare to share / discuss if you have problems with your child. Let others know that we see!

Mass media has a responsibility for how life in Alby is described

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Learn to take responsibility

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Recycle garbage and buy locally cultivated crops

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Stop privatization of hospitals and health centers

Try to get people to understand what the capitalists account for

H06Commitment within civic life

What does ill-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Not being able to help even if you want to

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Parents and children should have more in common, do more things together

An open school where parents also feel safe and can be piloted to help

Better environment by means of for instance “Botkyrka litter picking week”, when school and residential districts participate

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Engage in politics

Engaging in political matters

Engaging in political social matters

Engage yourself

Join a school council, spend time with my neighbours and walk in the nights to prevent violence in the streets

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Society should help people, not hinder them

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Get involved in any social solution for better conditions

Attend meetings

Work with community

Try to start up a small organization to educate people about: health, hygiene, immunization, job creation and values of living in a happy society, demerits of discrimination

H07Dynamism / collective actions

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Recreation centers where the young feel safe, so that they don’t run about in the streets or do stupid things

Us colleagues in the preparatory class are trying to strengthen the parental role and provide “rules” for breakfast, sleep time, dress codes, etc.

Development and belief in the future

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Contribute with public and private interventions for exposed people

Interfere, put up limits and use system we have to prevent violence, bullying and other destructive actions

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Fight to maintain public housing, the system our ancestors built and that the capitalists want to sell

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Educate people the values of living in a harmonious environment

IRelationships within society

I06Politeness, respect and tolerance

What does ill-being mean to you?

SCHOOL CHILDREN

Not showing respect towards others

When people say motherfuckers

Mobbing people is not good

Mobbing

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Oppression in all forms

Discrimination

To be discriminated against

Hate and dissension because of different opinions and religions

Oppression

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

That we have an anti-immigration party in the municipality and the parliament

That we accept racists in politics when everyone knows officially and unofficially that they are racists

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

Not respecting other people and not having respect from others

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Racism

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Disrespect, poor attitude

What does well-being mean to you?

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Not meeting any racism anywhere

To perform my faith and my manners without getting oppressed

That my children grow up safe from violence and harassment, regardless of how and what they are

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

Not to be discriminated against because of various reasons

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Increase the respect for one another through education and social interaction.

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Stop racism

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Fight any sort of racism

I08Inclusion / exclusion

What does ill-being mean to you?

YOUNG MEN LIVING IN ALBY THAT STUDY AT UNIVERSITY

Exclusion

TEACHERS FROM PRESCHOOL AGE TO GRADE 6

Forced isolation

REPRESENTATIVES OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE AREA

Powerlessness

POLITICIANS LIVING IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Non-participation

NGO FILM AND MEDIA CENTRE

To live in alienation

IMMIGRANTS OF AFRICAN BACKGROUND

Discrimination on housing questions

CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING IN THE OFFICE

To be locked out

Alienation

The feeling of exclusion


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