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Cooperation to increase awareness of information influence activities
Finland and Sweden are planning a joint exercise in November on how to identify and respond to disinformation and information influence activities. Officials and communications officers from the relevant ministries in Finland and Sweden will take part in the exercise.
Continued border controls at internal borders
The Government has decided to reintroduce border controls at internal borders for six months. The decision is based on the Government’s assessment that there is still a serious threat to public policy and internal security in Sweden.
Future chemical risk management, SOU 2019:45
The Committe of Combination of effects and assessing chemicals in Groups has submitted it's report 'Future chemical risk management - Accounting for combination effects and assessing chemicals in Groups' to the Government.
Sweden will continue working for the ambitious implementation of the Paris Agreement
The United States announced earlier this week that it has now issued formal notification of withdrawal from the climate agreement signed in Paris in 2015. Since the United States first announced that it would give notification of withdrawal, a further 40 countries have joined the Paris Agreement.
Discussions, meetings and collaboration for developing Sweden
Interesting discussions and new perspectives characterised the National Innovation Council meeting and thematic day at Linnaeus University in Kalmar on 23 October. The aim of the Council’s regional meetings is to learn from local and regional experiences and to develop the national policy. Alongside the meeting, various workshops were also organised as part of the Innovation Council’s thematic day.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to receive President-elect of the European Council Charles Michel
On Thursday 7 November, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven will receive President-elect of the European Council Charles Michel. Mr Löfven and Mr Michel will discuss current issues on the European Council’s agenda, such as Brexit, the multiannual budget and migration.
Approach to matters relating to China, Skr. 2019/20:18
In this Communication, the Government outlines Sweden’s relations with China and the Government’s approach to matters relating to China. It does so in light of China’s growing influence in the world and the new implications, opportunities and challenges this brings.
Gender equality policy in Sweden
Sweden has the world's first feminist government. In practice, this means a commitment to building a society in which women and men, girls and boys can live their lives to their full potential. Gender equality is a matter of human rights, of democracy and of justice. It is also an engine driving social development and creating genuine change in society and in people's lives.
Dialogue between Sweden and Cambodia on human rights
The seventh dialogue between Sweden and Cambodia on human rights took place on 21–23 October in Stockholm. The talks were led by Sweden’s Ambassador at large for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law Annika Ben David. The purpose of the dialogue is to provide the opportunity for exchange of experience and to follow developments in human rights in the two countries.