Ministry of EmploymentSvenska
It is important that young people find jobs and become independent. The Government has implemented a number of reforms and initiatives to make it easier for young people to enter the labour market and these efforts are continuing. Read more about this in the Government newsletter.
Anti-Gypsyism in Europe. In a number of European countries, racism against the Roma is socially acceptable. They are often the victims of racial violence. Many countries lack the political will to act despite the resources the EU has allocated for this purpose. Political leaders at national and local level must now take a stand, writes Minister for Integration Erik Ullenhag.
Minister for Employment Hillevi Engström is visiting Canberra and Sydney this week (19-22 March) to study how Australia organises its efforts to support and assist those outside the labour market. During the trip Ms Engström will meet Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations Bill Shorten to exchange experiences concerning the labour market and employment services.
31 January 2013
Reformed Swedish language education for immigrants
17 January 2013
The Living Legacy of Raoul Wallenberg
21 September 2012
Universal Periodic Review of the United Nations Human Rights Council: Sweden's national mid-term report
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.