Ministry of EmploymentSvenska
The situation of Roma today is linked to history and the discrimination to which many Roma have long been subjected. Knowledge of this history and its connection to the conditions for Roma today is therefore important to the Government's efforts to improve their living conditions. The Government considers that a White Paper that describes this history is an important starting point in strengthening the work on the human rights of Roma.
New labour market folders
Updated folders are now availible presenting the governments labour market initiatives. In the folders you can read about the governments measures to lower the thresholds encountered by young people, people with disabilities and people born abroad seeking to enter the labour market.
On 13 January, Minister for Employment Elisabeth Svantesson and Minister for Integration Erik Ullenhag invited ambassadors based in Sweden to a reception to mark the beginning of election year 2014.
See photos from the event here.
28 November 2013
Nordic pocket facts
15 November 2013
High-level conference in Paris on youth employment in Europe
21 October 2013
Erik Ullenhag to visit Poland
Brief information of areas of responsibility and organization of the Ministry of Employment, Sweden.
A statistical breakdown of the differences and similarities between native-born and foreign-born persons.