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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 12 december 2006 kl 11.59
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Flash Floods, Spring flowers, even the bears are confused. Sweden experiences one of its warmest Decembers on record.

HeartBeat visits a clinic where paedophiles and rapists are the patients. And a new book teaches 3-year-olds to say no to abuse.

We’ve also the editor of a Swedish publication on sexual education.

Closing Music: Inger Nordström ”All I want for chistmas is you”

Floods, spring flowers in December, bears delaying hibernation and even a traditional Swedish Christmas favorite is suffering...we’re talking about the current warm weather and it’s effects. Juan Navas has all the details:

The team behind a Swedish publication on sexual education has been organizing seminars and has come out with a special edition...asking if there’s a backlash in Eastern Europe on the human rights front? Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller talks with the editor and a Swedish researcher who’s been working in Poland:

Helping adults to have acceptable sexual relationships and teaching children to say no to abuse. Over to Gaby Katz and HeartBeat:

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