Foreign Minister Tobias Billström (M) received sharp criticism during last week's debate - among other things for having called Turkey a democracy. Photo: Reinis Inkēns, Saeima's Administration. Source: Wikimedia commons.
Of: Elianne Kjellman and Ella Sjöbeck
Foreign Minister Tobias Billström's (M) statements about Turkey have stirred emotions during the past week's debate. The new government's aid and climate policy has also been debated.
November 7, 2022, Current debate
The fact that the Ministry of the Environment will be closed has been debated during the week. Photo: CEphoto, Uwe Aranas. Source: Wikimedia commons.
Of: Amanda Rossling and Karin Sjöstrand
Last week, Sweden's new ministers were appointed and with this the closure of the Ministry of the Environment was also presented, something that created strong reactions around the country. The decision is criticized by Sweden's former climate and environment minister, who believes that the consequences could be catastrophic for environmental work.
October 24, 2022, Current debate
"Without yes it's no" - a placard from a demonstration in Montréal, Canada on June 19, 2020. Photo: Mélodie Descoubes. Source: Unsplash.
Of: Fredrik Govenius and Jonathan Lamy
The new government with Ulf Kristersson as prime minister will drop the one percent target and work to reduce Sweden's aid. The proposal arouses criticism from humanitarian organizations but is encouraged by some bourgeois leaders. Meanwhile, it's been five years since #metoo took the world by storm.
October 17, 2022, Current debate
Date and time: 15 May, 09:00 - 10:00
Agenda 2030 does not only concern low- and middle-income countries. Sweden has also promised that we will achieve the global goals for sustainable development also at home. With only 10 years left until the goals are reached, FUF now wants to shed light on what Sweden is doing here at home. Therefore, we welcome you to a digital breakfast seminar, directly from your own sofa, where […]
May 7, 2020, Calendar, Seminars, Webcast