Sources of information about the EU

  • EU Information Centre

    The EU Information Centre at the Riksdag (the Swedish parliament) provides the public with neutral information about the EU and Sweden's membership. The EU Information Centre answers questions via phone, email, fax or post. Printed material about the EU can be ordered free of charge.

  • Europa web portal

    Information about the European Commission, the Council of Ministers, the European Parliament and the European Court of Justice can be found at the EU institutions' joint web portal, Europa. It has information about the foundations of the EU and its areas of activity.

  • Sweden Office of the European Parliament

    The Sweden Office is intended for the public and for those whose work involves monitoring or scrutinising the EU and its decision-makers. The office provides information about which tasks the European Parliament has and how it works, as well as about the political and legislative decisions that are made in the European Parliament.

  • Sweden Office of the European Parliament
    Regeringsgatan 65, 6 tr. 111 56 Stockholm
    SE 111 56 Stockholm
    Tel: Tel: +46 8 56 24 44 55 Fax: +46 8 56 24 44 99
    Email: info@europarl.se

  • European Commission Representation in Sweden

    The Representation's office informs the media and the general public about news from the Commission and what the Commission's stance is on different issues.

  • European Commission Representation in Sweden
    Regeringsgatan 65
    Box 7323
    103 90 Stockholm
    Tel: +46 8 56 24 44 11 Fax: +46 8 56 24 44 12
    Email: bursto@ec.europa.eu