Of: Pernilla Bergström
Sustainable and long-term development can only be achieved when societies are peaceful and when no groups are discriminated against. Therefore, it is a great victory that the UN's new global sustainability goal contains a goal of peace and justice, writes Pernilla Bergström at the UN.
October 27, 2015, Debate
Of: Anders Molin, Anna Nordfjell and Ingela Wiklund
Maternal mortality remains a major problem around the world. Approximately 40 million women a year give birth to children without access to trained staff. By scaling up the Swedish model with well-trained midwives who have the main responsibility for childbirth, maternal mortality can be drastically reduced, write Ingela Wiklund and Anna Nordfjell from the Swedish Midwifery Association and Anders Molin from Sida.
June 3, 2014, Debate
Of: Anna Hägg-Sjöquist, Carolina Ehrnrooth, Elizabeth Stahlenius, Roland Håkansson and Véronique Lönnerblad
During the current ministerial meeting in New York, Sweden should demand that children's protection against violence and abuse be included in the new goals that will replace the millennium goals after 2015, write representatives of five Swedish children's rights organizations.
October 4, 2013, Debate