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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 16 november 2007 kl 09.08
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A symbol of oppresion for some, a statement of unfetted personal choice for others, we hear why some Muslim students continue to wear traditional veils or headscarves at school.

From order at the bus queue to office politics, we meet some Polish immigrants and hear about their experiences of adapting to the quirks of Swedish life.

We also bring you a full news round-up from Sweden. 

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Large number of Poles migrated to Sweden after Poland joined the European Union in May 2004, and in 2005 Polish migration was the third biggest in Sweden.

Radio Sweden’s Monika Niewiarowska meets two Poles who came to Sweden, and hears how they have dealt with adapting to the quirks and social nuances of Swedish life.

Few articles of clothing spark as much controversey as Muslim womens’ wearing of veils or headscarves.

Jasna Carlén takes up the issue and goes to a Swedish school to find out why teenage girls still chose to wear the veil.

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