Maria Larsson, Maria Santos Pais, Wolfgang Brandstetter, Algirdas Seselgis
4 June 2014
2 May 2013
26 October 2010
A conference on how to give children a childhood free from corporal punishment, took place in Stockholm 3-4 June. The conference is an initiative to start a continuous dialogue between high-level stakeholders, policy-makers and experts. Austria has agreed to arrange a similar conference in 2016.
In the communication 'A policy for a living democracy' (2013/14:61), the Government presents the direction of democracy policy and the main democratic challenges facing society in the longer term.
In the Nordic Pocket Facts, we break down the statistics by native born and foreign born persons and native born persons with two foreign born parents. The statistics are also broken down by sex as far as possible. The "Nordic Pocket Facts 2013 - Statistics on integration" provides a picture of the status and progress of integration in the Nordic countries.
2014 is the first year that Sweden is holding both a European election and a general election - a super election year. Elections are the most important means by which citizens can influence politics and at the same time demand accountability for the policies that are pursued.
Ministry of Employment, Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Education and Research,
14 June 2013
One million kronor to counter internet hate speech
Ministry of Education and Research,
25 April 2013
Parental leave and childcare in focus during Polish visit
Ministry of Employment,
10 April 2013
European governments lack the will to help the Roma
The objective of the rights of the child policy is that children and young people are to be respected and to have opportunities for development and security and also for participation and influence.
The objectives of disability policy is to create a society without obstacles to participation and where there are equal living conditions for people with disabilities.