Prime Minister's Office

The Prime Minister's Office leads and coordinates the work of the Government Offices. It is also responsible for coordinating Swedish EU policy and emergency management at the Government Offices.

Responsible ministers

Stefan Löfven
Stefan Löfven Prime Minister
Ibrahim Baylan
Ibrahim Baylan Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy

News from Prime Minister's Office

  • The Swedish Government’s overall EU priorities 2017

    Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices

    In its EU-related work in 2017, the Government is giving priority to three particular areas: a Europe for jobs and inclusive growth; a more ambitious climate, energy and environmental policy; and a solidarity-based refugee and migration policy and a secure world.

Photo of Stefan Löfven
On 8 January, Prime Minister presented a national security strategy at the Folk och Försvar Annual National Conference in Sälen. Photo: Jonatan Holst/Government Offices of Sweden

“Sweden’s security must be seen in a broader perspective”

On 8 January, Prime Minister presented a national security strategy at the Folk och Försvar Annual National Conference in Sälen. For the first time, a Swedish Government is presenting a comprehensive account of security in a broad sense. The security strategy proceeds from our security objectives, determines the direction and sets the framework for the work needed to safeguard our security and to place the common resources where they do the most good.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Minister for International Development Cooperation and Climate Isabella Lövin together with Karl-Henrik Sundström, CEO and Managing Director of Stora Enso, at the meeting of the National Innovation Council at Rosenbad.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Minister for International Development Cooperation and Climate Isabella Lövin together with Karl-Henrik Sundström, CEO and Managing Director of Stora Enso, at the meeting of the National Innovation Council at Rosenbad. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices

The National Innovation Council

The National Innovation Council is tasked with advancing Sweden as a country of innovation and strengthening Sweden’s competitiveness. The Council has an advisory role and provides new perspectives on issues of importance across the innovation policy sphere, in the short and long terms. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is chair of the National Innovation Council, which consists of five ministers and ten advisory members from the business and research sectors.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven Photo: Martina Huber/Government Offices

HeForShe launched in Sweden

2015, the United Nations global HeForShe campaign for gender equality was launched in Sweden. The objective is to show that gender equality is not a women’s issue, but an issue for women and men alike.

Photo: Martina Huber/Government Offices of Sweden

Major educational project against racism

The Government will instruct the Living History Forum to carry out an educational project called "This we must understand" during the period 2015-2017.

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