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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 25 maj 2007 kl 13.04

We look at what difference Sweden’s unique stance on prostitution laws has had here on the world’s oldest profession.

Fear is the key word in this year’s Amnesty Report on human rights violations....and Sweden doesn’t get off scott free.

And nevermind debate over oxygen of publicity....politicians here get tips on how to take on the Sweden Democrats, as the right-wing party gains more and more column inches in the press.

Sweden is the only country in the world where it’s illegal to buy sex, not to sell it. Dave Russell looks at the reasons behind a revolutionary change in the country’s law on Prostitution and examines its effects 8 years later.

Closing Music: Martin Stenmarck, ”Hand i hand”

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