Gabriel Wikström

Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport Gabriel Wikström

Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport

Ministry of Health and Social Affairs

"Sweden is one of most prosperous and healthy countries in the world. But there are health disparities between various groups nonetheless. This is serious, but what is even more troubling is that these disparities are growing. To turn this trend around, the Government has set a goal to eliminate avoidable health inequalities within a generation. This work is a priority that I am delighted to lead."

News from Gabriel Wikström

  • Gabriel Wikström led the Swedish delegation at the high-level meeting on antimicrobial resistance at the UN General Assembly

    On 21 September 2016, a high-level meeting on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) was held during the UN General Assembly. AMR – and antibiotic resistance in particular – is a global health threat that is increasing in scale. Sweden has long been a driving force behind raising the AMR issue on the global agenda and the Swedish delegation was led by Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport Gabriel Wikström.

  • Sport – an arena for integrating new arrivals

    Sweden's Government believes that it is particularly important to provide good opportunities for new arrivals to participate in Swedish society. The sports movement offers meeting places for everyone and thereby an arena for integration. The Government is therefore giving SEK 64 million annually to support the sports movement's work with new arrivals in Sweden.

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