Government Offices takes part in Pride 2018

The Government Offices will take part in Stockholm Pride for the 14th time. Advancing equal rights and opportunities for LGBTI people is a priority for the Government. Taking part in Pride is one way of increasing awareness about the Government’s work.

  • Stefan Löfven

    Prime Minister Stefan Löfven took part in in EuroPride Park Stockholm.

    Photo: Jann Lipka/Government Offices of Sweden

  • Alice Bah Kuhnke

    Alice Bah Kuhnke, Minister for Culture and Democracy visited EuroPride 2018.

    Photo: Jann Lipka/Government Offices of Sweden

  • Magdalena Andersson

    Ministry of Finance, Magdalena Andersson, visited Stockholm Pride 2018.

    Photo: Jann Lipka/Government Offices of Sweden

The Government Offices will take part in EuroPride Park Stockholm to raise awareness about the Government's policies with regard to LGBTI people. EuroPride visitors will be able to meet several ministers in the Government Offices tent, test their LGBTI knowledge in a quiz and hear about what it's like to work at the Government Offices.

EuroPride is an international event attracting visitors from across Europe. This year, EuroPride 2018 is being jointly organised between Sweden's two Pride festivals, Stockholm Pride and West Pride, and will take place in Stockholm on 27 July–5 August and in Gothenburg on 14–19 August.