Social Democratic Women in Sweden
Sveriges socialdemokratiska kvinnoförbund
|Affiliations||Swedish Social Democratic Party|
It was established in 1920 by representatives from 120 local Social Democratic women’s clubs from all over Sweden. At the time of its foundation, there had been local women's clubs of the Party since the foundation of the Stockholms allmänna kvinnoklubb in 1892, but there was no national women's club. The most important reason for the funding of a national women’s league was to promote and activate women politically, as well as to aquire access to power and provide a political power base for women.
- Signe Vessman, 1920–1936
- Disa Västberg, 1936–1952
- Inga Thorsson, 1952–1964
- Lisa Mattson, 1964–1981
- Maj-Lis Lööw, 1981–1990
- Margareta Winberg, 1990–1995
- Inger Segelström, 1995–2003
- Nalin Pekgul, 2003–2011
- Lena Sommestad, 2011–2013
- Carina Ohlsson, 2013–
- "Carina Ohlsson ny ordförande för S-kvinnor" (in Swedish). Social Democratic Women in Sweden. 24 August 2013. Retrieved 25 August 2013.