Paulina Brandberg

Paulina Brandberg

Minister for Gender Equality and Working Life

Ministry of Employment

"We will step up our efforts to combat gender-based violence and harmful practices, including honour-related violence and oppression. All forms of violence, including physical, psychological, economic and sexual violence, must stop. It is about the right to live your life as you choose and decide over your own body and finances. We also need to focus more on justice and gender equality in health, and on the right of all women and men to a good working environment."

News from Paulina Brandberg

  • New centres for preventing work-related crime

    The Government prioritises efforts to combat work-related crime, which in its most serious forms can involve human trafficking and human exploitation and is often a source of income for the criminal economy. Several regional centres for preventing work-related crime have opened in Sweden in late 2023. Minister for Gender Equality and Working Life and Deputy Minister for Employment Paulina Brandberg attended the opening of the Stockholm centre in mid-November.

  • Government budget initiatives to combat antisemitism and support Jewish life

    Combatting antisemitism is a high priority for the Government. The budget presented on 20 September includes several initiatives to enhance and shore up these continued efforts. This includes funding to the Jewish Museum, the Living History Forum and the Official Council of Swedish Jewish Communities, and state aid for security-heightening measures.

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