Of: Sana Pirot
When Sweden was elected to the UN Security Council for the fourth time, the joy was great. A small country like Sweden would take a place in the world's highest decision-making body in 2017–2018 as a non-permanent state. Sweden has received much attention for its involvement in the Security Council, and UN Secretary-General António Guterres has emphasized that Sweden is an important […]
October 10, 2018, Chronicle
The effects of climate change could be fatal to the earth, according to a new report from the UN Climate Panel.
Of: Maja Sundstrand
The UN's climate panel The IPCC's new report engages debaters and lead writers, and a major focus is on Sweden's role in climate development. At the same time, Sweden's responsibility in other global development issues shines through with its absence in the media.
October 10, 2018, Current debate
Of: The Chancellery
During Almedalen Week this summer, FUF's editorial staff met with gynecologist Denis Mukwege from Congo. He now receives, together with Nadia Murad, the Nobel Peace Prize for efforts against the use of sexual violence as a weapon in war and armed conflict. See our interview with Denis Mukwege.
October 5, 2018, News