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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 17 november 2006 kl 11.48
Asylum policy was one of the main issues in 2005 - Did it make a difference?

Coming up:

After months of demonstrations, petitions and debate around the country - Sweden changed its asylum laws a year ago this week. One year on - Inside Sweden takes a look at if its made a difference.

Afghanistan’s answer to youth music television channel - MTV? Sounds unlikely. But - Inside Sweden meets a young Afghan man who risked his life to help set up the first post-taliban pop music station.

And when science creates racism. Archaeologists today call racial theory nonsense. But the damage their colleagues did in the 1800s still haunts Sweden’s indigenous Sami people.

Closing music: ”Tid tar tid” (Time takes time), Håkan Åkesson

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