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Sweden chairs Security Council debate with Secretary-General Guterres
On 10 January, Sweden and foreign minister Margot Wallström chaired a ministerial-level open debate in the UN Security Council on conflict prevention and sustaining peace. Watch the full debate via UN Web TV.
Seminar: Defying hate and threats against women journalists
In the spirit of the 250th anniversary of the Swedish Freedom of the Press Act, the Swedish MFA, the Fojo Media Institute/Linnæus University, the Swedish Institute and the Swedish National Commission for UNESCO celebrated with an event on December 2nd paying tribute to all women journalists who defy hate speech and threats.
Humanitarian year 2016
Humanitarian needs in the world are increasing. At the same time, more and new types of crises and disasters have hampered response efforts in a situation in which humanitarian resources are already limited. Humanitarian issues are the focus of aid and development policy in 2016.
Statement of Foreign Policy 2016
The foreign policy debate is held in the Riksdag each year and traditionally begins with the Minister for Foreign Affairs presenting the Statement of Government Policy on Foreign Affairs.
Feminist foreign policy
Equality between women and men is a fundamental aim of Swedish foreign policy. Ensuring that women and girls can enjoy their fundamental human rights is both an obligation within the framework of our international commitments, and a prerequisite for reaching Sweden’s broader foreign policy goals on peace, and security and sustainable development.
Sweden in the UN Security Council
On 28 June last year, Sweden was elected by a wide margin as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the 2017–2018 term. In 2017 Sweden will take its seat on the Security Council with the five permanent members – China, France, Great Britain, Russia and the United States – and the nine other non-permanent members. Sweden will hold the presidency of the Security Council in January 2017, the first month of its two-year term.
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