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  • Action programme against men’s violence against women, domestic violence and honour-based violence and oppression

    The Government´s new action programme for the period 2024–2026 helps reinforce the efforts to prevent and combat men’s violence against women, domestic violence, honour-based violence and oppression, and prostitution and human trafficking.

  • The fight against inflation has been won

    Inflation in Sweden has decreased and the target is expected to be reached this year. At the same time, the labour market situation has worsened and unemployment has risen. The Swedish economy is expected to remain in recession until 2025, but recovery is approaching. These are the conclusions of the Ministry of Finance in a new economic forecast. The Government’s inflation-focus is now shifting from fighting to monitoring, while Sweden will be built to be more prosperous.

Johan Floderus and Saeed Azizi, the two Swedish citizens wrongfully imprisoned in Iran, have come home to Sweden.
Johan Floderus and Saeed Azizi, the two Swedish citizens wrongfully imprisoned in Iran, have come home to Sweden. Photo: Tom Samuelsson/Government Offices

Innocent Swedes now back home after imprisonment in Iran

Johan Floderus and Saeed Azizi, the two Swedish citizens wrongfully imprisoned in Iran, have come home to Sweden.

Johan Forssell, Minister for International Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade
Johan Forssell, Minister for International Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade Photo: Kristian Pohl/Government Offices

Swedish government increases humanitarian support to Gaza

In view of the extensive humanitarian needs in Gaza, the Government has presented a new humanitarian aid package amounting to SEK 120 million. With this decision to further increase the humanitarian assistance, Sweden will have contributed more than SEK 520 million in humanitarian aid to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

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Three new national strategies for increased safety and security

The Government has presented three national strategies for increased safety and security in Sweden. You can read more about the strategies here.

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Sweden's new migration policy

Sweden’s migration policy is undergoing a paradigm shift. The Government is intensifying its efforts to reduce, in full compliance with Sweden’s international commitments, the number of migrants coming irregularly to Sweden. Labour immigration fraud and abuses must be stopped and the ‘shadow society’ combated

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