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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 9 februari 2007 kl 13.48
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In the programme: 

A report tabling unequivocal evidence that humans are to blame for global warming heated up the news week in Sweden. We speak to the Swede on the expert panel behind the UN’s report.

Sweden’s demographic make-up is changing and with it the patchwork of beliefs, faiths and attitudes. But, has multiculturalism had the unexpected effect of decreasing tolerance? We take a look.

We also bring you the second and final part of our special look at the Finnish War Children: Some 70,00 to 80,000 young people forced to leave their war ravaged home for the safety of Sweden.

Music: ”Girl Laying Down”, Anna Ternheim

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