Filosofiska i Sverige AB (svb)

National Network

Stralsundsgatan 49
12237 Enskede

+46 705738603
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information
Name: Filosofiska i Sverige AB (svb) (for more information about the Company form see: No of staff: approximately 20 (permanent). From Aug 2016, approximately 30. Partners: In Nepal: Filosofiska Nepal (an NGO) In Jenin/Palestine: The Freedom Theatre Budgetary Resources: - to run two preschools: approximately 12 MSEK (source of funding: government) - to run school in Nepal (60 students) approximately 175 KSEK (source of funding: Filosofiska and donors)
Mission and Objectives

Mission: Filosofiska's mission is to run non-profit educational facilities with a holistic approach, which focuses on and combines the inner development of the children with their knowledge-learning, in a creative atmosphere marked by an awareness of the outside world and sympathy for the vulnerable.
Main objective:
Filosofiska's ambition is to build a cosmopolitan network of schools, which will be done by starting own schools or through collaboration with other schools and by doing so contributing to a more sustainable development of the world.
Secondary objectives: see

Main Projects / Activities

Filosofiska is today running non-profit preschools in Sweden and is taking over a non-profit primary school (grade 0-9) in 2016.
In Nepal, Filosofiska has taken the initiative to open a preschool and a primary school for vulnerable children. This school is financed by Filosofiska and other donors.
In 2014 Filosofiska was selected by the municipality of Stockholm to represent them at a fair for different "good examples".
Educators from Filosofiska have been invited to schools in other countries for exchange of knowledge and to lecture about their work. Educators from other countries have also visited Filosofiska's facilities to learn more.
In 2015 Filosofiska collaborated with the The Freedom Theatre, a community-based cultural centre in Jenin Refugee Camp, occupied Palestine, in a joint project partly financed by the Swedish Institute. The aim was to establish a non-profit child centre in Jenin refugee camp that would offer artistic and educational activities for children 0-5 years old, where Filosofiska would contribute its expertise in running activities for children and its unique philosophy.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Filosofiska can contribute with its expertise in running educational activities for Children.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

To help Filosofiska fulfill its mission and objectives and to help others fullfill theirs.

Contact (1) Full Name
Dick Clarence Holmgren
Job Title
Head of the organisation
Dick Clarence Holmgren