Ardalan Shekarabi

Ardalan Shekarabi, Minister for Public Administration

Minister for Social Security

Ministry of Health and Social Affairs

“Those who have contributed to building this country through their work have laid the foundations of our common welfare. They are entitled to have financial security in their old age. Higher pensions are therefore my main priority."

News from Ardalan Shekarabi

  • Agreement on social security between Sweden and Japan enters into force on 1 June

    Noke Masaki  and Ardalan Shekarabi
    On Monday 28 March, an exchange of notes took place between Swedish Minister for Social Security Ardalan Shekarabi and Japanese Ambassador to Sweden Noke Masaki to enable the social security agreement between Sweden and Japan to enter into force on 1 June 2022 Photo: Ninni Andersson Government Offices

    On 1 June, the agreement on social security between Sweden and Japan enters into force. The agreement coordinates the Swedish and Japanese public old-age and survivor’s pensions systems, and sickness and activity compensation.

  • About the Government’s COVID-19 measures in the areas of public health, medical care, social care and social insurance

    Lena Hallengren, Minister for Health and Social Affairs
    Lena Hallengren, Minister for Health and Social Affairs at a press conference regarding the government's COVID-19 measures in November 2021. Photo: Ninni Andersson/ Government Offices of Sweden

    Read more below about the decisions in the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs’ policy areas of public health, medical care, social care and social insurance with regards to the Covid 19-pandemic. The date in the title indicates when the article was written.

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