CV Martin Andreasson

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State Secretary to Minister for Gender Equality and Deputy Minister for Employment.

State Secretary Martin Andreasson.
State Secretary Martin Andreasson. Photo: Kristian Pohl/Government Offices of Sweden

Ministry of Employment

Areas of responsibility

  • Gender equality
  • Work environment
  • Labour law
  • Anti-discrimination
  • Human rights at national level

Personal

Martin Andreasson was born in 1970. He is married and lives in Solna. 

Education

2019–2022
Ancient Greek, University of Gothenburg

2008–2016
Latin, Stockholm University                        

1993
Practical Philosophy, Stockholm University

1992
Bachelor of Philosophy in Political Science (French and History), Stockholm/Lund University

Positions and professional activities

2022–
State Secretary, Ministry of Employment

2019–2022
Head of the Liberal Party Parliamentary Secretariat

2007–2019
Researcher/senior researcher, Liberal Party Parliamentary Secretariat

2002–2006, 2012
Member of the Riksdag, Liberal Party

2000–2002
Editor-in-chief, Informationsförlaget

1996–2000
Editor, Informationsförlaget

1992–2002
Freelance translator, etc.

Government assignments (selection)

2020–2021
Member of the 2020 Committee of Inquiry on the Election      

2015–2020
Member, Regional Police Council, Stockholm                       

2011–2015
Member, Election Review Board                                          

2010–2013
Member, Names Act Committee                                          

2005–2014
Member, Board of the Swedish Consumer Agency, later the Advisory Council

2005–2007
Member, parliamentary reference group, Marriage and Partnership Inquiry

1999–2002
Member, Board against Discrimination

Other positions of trust (selection)

2015–2022
Chair, Council for Disability Issues, City of Solna

2011–2014
Chair, Equal Treatment Committee, City of Solna

2007–2010
Chair, Gender Equality Committee, City of Solna

2007–2022
First Deputy Chair, Social Welfare Committee, City of Solna

2006–2022
Member of the Municipal Council, City of Solna

2001–2009
Chair, Homosexual Liberals/LGBT Liberals

2001–2007
Member, National Board of the Liberal Party

1998–1999
Vice Chair, Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Rights

1991–1998
Member and Substitute, Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Rights