It is the local branch of the Swedish theatre union at the royal dramatic theatre which is behind the statement, published on Wednesday.
”the Swedish theatre union for stage and films of the local branch of the royal dramatic theatre, has since 8 november 2017, after the publication of #Tystnadtagning, #Metoobackstage and other appeals, worked systematically, together with the employer, in order to improve the procedures for the notification of sexual harassment, violence, threats of violence, bullying and all forms of abusive treatment and discrimination,” writes the slot and continues:
”We in the chapter have been clear with pointing out flaws in the organisation which has hampered the work for a good working environment. We have also criticized the employer's choice to provide a place for people that means a work environment problems when they exposed employees for violations through the threat of violence.”
the words: ”All policies and action plans are in place. We require that the employer implement the changes needed to create a safe and secure working environment at the royal dramatic theatre.”
the Strong reactions they have in recent days been made against the royal dramatic theatre in stockholm, after the documentary about the Josefin Nilsson put up at SVT Play. The theatre's chairman of the board Ulrika Årehed Kågström commented earlier in the week the situation:
" We have set the two remaining performances. We are working on with the policies regarding sexual harassment, how the royal dramatic theatre should be a safe workplace and to continue the long term work we started after the metoo, " she said to DN.