Minister for Health and Social Affairs
"People with secure social insurance and pensions are able to make their own decisions in life. Sickness insurance should strike a balance between protection and demands, and pensions should be fair and enough to live on. As a minister in Sweden’s first feminist government, the differences in the conditions for men and women are a natural starting point in my reform efforts."
News from Annika Strandhäll
Annika Strandhäll temporarily responsible for health care, public health and sport
Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport Gabriel Wikström is on sick leave as of 5 May. During his absence, Minister for Social Security Annika Strandhäll will be responsible for his policy areas.
The Working Group on Pensions takes a holistic approach on gender-unequal pensions. Within the framework of the ongoing review of pensions, a project – ‘Gender-equal pensions’ – was carried out, aimed at tackling the challenge presented by the large differences in women’s and men’s pensions.
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