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We have a mission to sustainably develop, produce, market and sell value-added hygiene and health solutions which improve people’s well-being. To support this vision, Essity continuously follows the societal developments and takes part in the public debate on issues related to hygiene and health as well as a sustainable and circular society.

For example, we work with raising hygiene and health standards around the globe, raise awareness and breaking taboos. We continuously monitor, evaluate and anticipate changes in the environment in the form of political decisions and amended regulations in the areas where we have expertise, can contribute and are of particular importance for our business.

Contacts

Anna Brodowsky

Vice President Public Affairs

Direct: +46 8 788 51 35

Partnerships and Collaborations

Essity partners and collaborates with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO:s), Inter Governmental Organizations (IGO:s) as well as with trade and industry associations.

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Essity in the Spotlight

Reports featuring Essity

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Trade Associations and Policy organizations

As members of trade associations, we work continuously to monitor, evaluate and anticipate changes in our business environment in the form of political decisions, public policy directions and amended regulations.

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Public Policy development

Essity continuously follows the societal developments and takes part in the public debate on issues related to hygiene and health as well as a sustainable and circular society.

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Ways of Working

The Public Affairs Committee leads and coordinates the work in prioritized areas related to strategy, positioning and external advocacy activities.

Public Affairs

Public Affairs is a term used to describe an organization’s relationship with external stakeholders. 

These are individuals or groups with an interest in, and impact on an organization’s business and operations such as; decision makers of public policy, public authorities, trade associations, think tanks, business groups, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), inter-governmental organizations (IGOs) and the media. Public policy refers to any requirement or criterion determined by national and international authorities which has an impact on private citizens, commercial or non-commercial actors.