Party secretary Lena Rådström Baastad will give the Social Democrats' digital Almedal speech in 2021
Of: Nelika Karimi
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is facing Sweden's first prime ministerial vote. The Social Democrats' Almedal speech takes place just a few hours before Sweden's political fate in the coming year is decided. Party secretary Lena Rådström Baastad, who replaces Prime Minister Löfven, focuses mainly on the welfare state, solidarity and the climate, but only from a Swedish perspective.
July 7, 2021, News
Of: Pavlos Cavelier Bizas
MUF Uppsala County's second vice chairman Andreas Celan argues that the Swedish development assistance budget needs to be reduced with reference to the fact that the money is not used efficiently and goes to corruption. We at SSU are of a different opinion: the development assistance budget should not be reduced and the 1% target should be defended, writes Pavlos Cavelier Bizas, chairman of SSU Uppland.
March 18, 2021, Debate
Equality and climate were two main topics in Magdalena Andersson's Almedal speech. The picture is from her speech in 2017. Photo: News Oresund (CC BY 2.0)
Of: Josefine Lundh, Lovisa Novak and Sana Pirot
In a personal, Sweden-focused speech, the Social Democrats' Magdalena Andersson emphasized our common responsibility for the future. She specifically mentioned climate and gender equality as global distribution issues in need of social democratic solutions.
July 6, 2019, Analysis
Photo: Poltikerveckan Almedalen, Flickr
Of: Fahmi Yusuf, Louise Ricknert and Louise Moberg
During the Social Democrats' day, a nauseating Thursday evening during Almedalen Week, Stefan Löfven begins his party leadership speech with a nostalgic look back at the Social Democratic heritage that Almedalen Week carries.
July 6, 2018, Almedalen - current, Chronicle