Mathias is from Gävle in Sweden. He is a thinker on environment, health, liberal politics, democracy, and federalism. See his blog on the future of Europe, and the people of Europe.
Mathias is also the spokesperson for the Swedish Social Liberal party on EU and Migration Affairs.
About his passion for European democracy and unity he says:
"I hope to inspire every European to debate and to participate in our Europe with 'easy access' as a motto."
If Sweden and the EU establish a law of humanity it would give them a more credible and a much stronger voice internationally, and with that voice the ability to put more pressure on the international community to protect individual rights all over the world.
The recent tragedy in the Mediterranean is a bitter reminder that Europe needs joint action and cooperation to tackle the complex issue of migration on its southern border.
How Sweden traversed the slippery slope of neutrality?
European problems and opportunities must be managed at the European level and with a mandate from the citizens
20 years have past since the Swedish EU referendum and since Sweden became a member of the European Union.