Sweden made several domestic and a series of international commitments. Domestically, Sweden will work towards high and equal turnout in its 2022 elections, establish a new National Human Rights Institute and a new government agency for psychological defence, and present action plans to target different forms of racism. To fight corruption, Sweden will prepare a new law to screen foreign investments, implement an Anti-Corruption Action Plan and a Guidance to help horizontally integrate anti-corruption in development efforts, and implement a new Anticorruption Partnership Pilot Programme with the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, while continuing and increasing its international funding and collaborative efforts. In defending against authoritarianism, Sweden will continue to promote its “Drive for Democracy” initiative, building off its previous Democracy Talks with sessions in 2022, continue its extensive support for democracy worldwide, support the International Fund for Public Media, and host a digital High-Level Meeting on environmental human rights defenders. To advance human rights, Sweden will prioritise the topic during its EU Presidency, continue to pursue its work on ethical digital technology in collaboration with various partners and initiatives, support or consider to support international initiatives including the UN Development Group’s Human Rights Mainstreaming Multi Donor Trust Fund, Coalition for Electoral Integrity, and Lifeline Consortium, and will continue to maintain strong support for human rights defenders. To promote gender equality, Sweden will launch a new global strategy for gender equality and women’s and girl’s rights, strengthen support for women’s economic empowerment and to civil society organisations promoting women’s rights, and participate in the Global Partnership for Action on Gender-Based Online Harassment and Abuse.