Minister for Social Security
"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
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.
A review of parental insurance
An Inquiry will conduct a review of the rules for parental leave and parental insurance. The purpose is to identify problems and propose measures so that parental insurance can contribute to a greater extent to gender equality in the labour market and gender-equal parenting and can keep contributing to good conditions for children to grow up in.
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