Aid's one percent target and the role of development cooperation have been widely discussed recently. At the same time, we see the importance of short- and long-term support worldwide as a result of the consequences of climate change, diminishing democratic spaces, the unimaginable lack of equality, and humanitarian disasters - even in our immediate area. Sweden got a new government last autumn. The budget bill and regulatory letter that was completed in late autumn show how this government views aid policy and international development cooperation. It is clear that this will mean a restructuring of aid, but which issues will the government prioritize in international development cooperation? How will the work with Agenda 2030 be handled in the future? How is world development reflected in the new Swedish aid policy, and how should the challenges be handled?
FUF invites you to an armchair conversation with the State Secretary for International Development Cooperation Diana Janse. Lennart Wohlgemuth, board member of FUF, will moderate the discussion where participants are invited to ask questions about the government's priorities in the area of development.
The conversation takes place at FUF's office. Advance registration is required and there is a limited number of places. Registration closes at 23.55 on 23 January.
The seminar takes place at FUF's office. The venue is half a flight of stairs down without a lift and unfortunately there is no ear loop in the venue.