Ministry of JusticeSvenska
The Government arranged a half-day seminar on 31 January at which background information about the Forum as well as Sweden's priorities was presented.
This new information material presents 15 measures to counter the breeding grounds for ideologically motivated violence. This publication is mainly intended for local police officers, social workers, politicians, officials and teachers in compulsory and upper-secondary school education, and can be read by young people, parents and pensioners alike.
An updated version of "The Swedish judicial system". The brochure provides a brief introduction to the Swedish legal system and its constituent authorities.
Ministry of Justice's work in the EU
Information about the Ministry's work in the EU.
Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice is responsible for legislation concerning the constitution and general administrative law, civil law, procedural law and criminal law. The Ministry also handles matters relating to migration and asylum policy.
In the international arena, the Ministry takes part in efforts to lay the groundwork for international cooperation against cross-border crime.
Minister for Justice Beatrice Ask is head of the Ministry. Tobias Billström is Minister for Migration and Asylum Policy. The Ministry is divided in 21 divisions.
Sweden is chairing the intergovernmental Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) for the period 2013-14.
03 March 2013Unlocking the potential of migration for inclusive development
01 February 2013Programme document for The Swedish Chairmanship of the GFMD 2013-2014 and the Swedish participation in the UN high-level dialogue on international migration and development
29 January 2013Cohabitees and their joint homes - a brief presentation of the Cohabitees Act
02 November 2012Safeguarding democracy against violence-promoting extremism
15 October 2012The Swedish judicial system - a brief presentation
Contact usMinistry of Justice work Rosenbad 4 postal SE-103 33 Stockholm Office work +46 8 405 10 00 Fax fax +46 8 20 27 34 email to the Ministry More contact information
More about a European arrest warrant and extradition between countries
The citizens of some countries need to have visas to visit Sweden. A list of the countries or regions whose citizens must have visas to enter Sweden can be found here.