Previous Scholarships

Culture
2023

The importance of sleep, in illness and in health

Pernilla Garmy

Sleep difficulties are a gigantic problem, that generate suffering for the individual and a cost for society. Many of the problems are caused by a lack of knowledge within the healthcare system and the public at large. There is a great need to inform about how sleep problems can be alleviated. Through conferences, open digital seminars and lectures, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals will be able to acquire the tools to provide adequate support.

Literature
2022

An informational book about being a sibling to someone with a disability

Kristina Hedlund

The goal of my project is to publish an informational book that focuses on special-needs siblings. The book will include interviews with both children and adult siblings, relatives and people who meet special-needs siblings in their profession. Information, quotes and reflections will be mixed with tips and facts. The target group for the book is of course the special-needs siblings and their relatives, but also everyone who in their profession or in another way comes into contact with special-needs siblings.

Culture
2023

The image of Sweden – how Wikipedia shapes the image of Sweden

Johan Jönsson

Wikipedia is one of the world’s most widely used sources of information. By using the encyclopaedia, people form an understanding of the world. Nevertheless, most people know very little about how it works – and those who write rarely bring up their thoughts on images and image building. Images play a big role in how we perceive a subject – does the image of a suburb show neat greenery in July or a dingy street in November? Understanding this is an important educational mission and matters to our society.

Literature
2022

Develop actors with intellectual disabilities – publishing support

Kjell Stjernholm

Publishing a book on developing actors with intellectual disabilities through an established non-fiction publisher increases the chances of both greater and correct dissemination. It will be more easily discovered by libraries and educational institutions and be of higher quality than one which is self-published. The book will fill the void that exists in how to work to enable the transition to a professional life for actors with intellectual disabilities.

Culture
2023

“Active Leisure – summer activities for young people with disabilities” 2023

Föreningen Furuboda

With the Active Leisure project, the association Furuboda wants to contribute to the positive development of 300 young people with disabilities so that more are given tangible conditions for an active, developing and fun leisure time. In this way, young people with disabilities are given better prerequisites for socialising with friends and peers, better ability and conditions for participation and participating in society, as well as resources for better physical and mental health in the short and in the long term.

Literature
2022

Develop thoughts and interlaced intelligence. Application for funding to complete a book script

Anna Jobér

One goal of the book is to provide a broad picture of what intelligence can be where more abilities and in the longer term more perspective can be included. Hopefully the book broadens the horizons of how together we can solve complex issues and problems where as many as possible are involved so that we together with other people, machines, octopuses, bacteria or whatever it may be can find alternative paths that open up new worlds.

Culture
2023

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Intelligent Agents (IA)

Charlotte Sennersten

I want to be able to devote my time to compile my and Skåne company’s AI knowledge with Mobile Heights in book form. I want to take stock of how companies look at AI. How I have worked with AI personally. How academia looks at AI and what students see AI as. An AI time document that I can use in an AI course that will be a stand-alone course that anyone can apply for.

Literature
2022

“Neo-Latin and Humanist Greek Poetry in the Baltic Region”

Språk- och litteraturcentrum, Lunds universitet

The purpose is to inventory, make available and disseminate poems that people around the Baltic Sea wrote in Latin and Greek for some 300 years. Many of these poems have never been published, others are in hard-to-find editions from the 17th and 18th centuries. Another reason is to present our poems from Sweden in a larger international historical context, to show how people migrated in the Baltic Sea region, what contacts they had with each other, how they thought, lived and created.

Culture
2023

Ramels väg 47. The rise, fall and transformation of a stairway

Jens Sjölander

The aim of the project is to make a documentary film portraying a stairway and the people who live and have lived there. The documentary film invites viewers to explore and challenge some of the beliefs and prejudices that have come to characterize the place. Why did people who lived there move? How do people who live there today view the area, the people who lived there before and me? Am I also then a Ramelsväger (Ramel’s streety)?

Literature
2022

Squiggles, figures, houses and places – a book for children about Malmö

Sabina Dethorey

Our book will strengthen children’s and young people’s bond to Malmö. It will open doors to subject areas that are otherwise mostly accessible to adults. Since we start from real houses and places in Malmö, everyone will recognize them, at least some of them, and the rest will be easy to discover and explore. Through everyday experiences, we inspire reflections, share knowledge, give the key to new worlds of thought. We encourage readers to build on, both on our book and on Malmö’s development.

Culture
2023

Facing existential loneliness during adolescence

Tide Garnow

The aim of the project is to promote awareness of existential loneliness during adolescence, as well as to encourage support in facing existential health in young people. The demand for knowledge on existential loneliness is great as is for support of young people in this type of issue. By advancing knowledge and awareness, the aim is to contribute to sustaining young people’s health.

Literature
2022

Stefan Zablocki – an Auschwitz survivor’s road to Malmö

Tomasz Sielski

The goal of this project is to publish an easy-to-read fictional story targeting young people aged 13 to 15 years. The short story should be able to be successfully read and used by schools in the teaching and learning about the Holocaust. The secondary goal is to create a script that can lead to a TV production.

Culture
2023

Model for a new semi-permanent exhibition about Malmö 1870-today

Malmö Museer

Residents, and in particular school students, in Malmö and Skåne gain a better understanding of the impact history has on how the city, and the world, look today. An added effect is that the model becomes a natural meeting place, and thus a starting point for the museum’s educators in a large and complex exhibition. Furthermore, both institutions get the opportunity to develop methods and stronger collaboration.

Entrepreneurship
2022

Software that streamlines the sale of second-hand products

Minikit AB

The goal is to be able to develop and complete a software program that reduces the time spent per second-hand product handled by the company. The goal is for Minikit to be able to reduce the time expenditure by 30% and be able to offer this software to other (usually) small start-up companies in the second-hand trade, which can then become profitable more quickly.

Entrepreneurship
2022

We are Entrepreneurs

Möllans Basement

The project, We are Entrepreneurs is mainly about creating an interest in young people and young adults in entrepreneurship and a greater insight into what it is like to create your own brand, age 17 – 24 years. We offer a platform, training, a network and income-generating activities for a greater insight into one’s own obligations and rights in society for a step closer to the individual’s goals. We create entrepreneurs where young people themselves are at the helm and we the expertise. We will also tend young people’s skills in terms of computer skills and creativity.

Entrepreneurship
2023

Cold and dry AB Dehumidification small freezer rooms

Cold and dry AB

Cold and dry AB is a newly started company whose business concept consists of offering a special dehumidifier to all the thousands of grocery stores, municipal and private commercial kitchens and others who struggle and are forced to live with all the moisture-related problems they have in small freezer rooms. With our dehumidifier, these problems can be completely eliminated or greatly reduced while at the same time saving energy.

Entrepreneurship
2022

Qfix – digital platform for repairing and caring for textiles, shoes and leather goods

Qfix AB

We want to contribute to a more sustainable textile consumption by making it easier for consumers and brands to repair and reuse textiles. Thus, contributing to goal 12 in the global sustainability goals. Further we also want to contribute to goal 10, reducing inequality by offering new jobs in Sweden, especially to skilled tailors who have immigrated to Sweden and who in many cases have difficulty entering the labour market. Finally, we want to build a good service / company that can create growth.

Entrepreneurship
2023

TECHSHIP

HETCH AB

The goal of Techship is to create role models and build bridges between young people in different neighbouhoods and the business world. What we add in 2023 is an impact focus. We will invest in that young people will solve our global sustainability challenges where these are generated in knowledge-intensive startups. This is done through the same methodology that Techship has today. In addition, we want to attract young talent to Skåne. The goal will then be for Techship to have an impact focus that reaches out nationally but takes place regionally in Helsingborg.

Entrepreneurship
2023

On-demand service for circular children’s jeans

Nimble Patch AB

We want to make the customer more involved in their choice of clothing. Partly to highlight the environmental impact and that the customer can shop more sustainably through well-thought-out choices. We want to further develop our business according to the EU’s upcoming legislation and be pioneers in circular business models.

Entrepreneurship
2022

BarnMat – helps families with an appetite!

Kajsa Lamm

The purpose of the project initially is to help parents to a stable meal situation, right from the start. If you as a parent can leave it to the child to decide how much and in what way the child eats, you can also be sure that the child in most cases gets enough to grow and develop in a healthy way. With knowledge and joy, the whole family will thrive!