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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Publicerat tisdag 6 december 2005 kl 11.46
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Discrimination and Pain for women in the industrial sector.

We’ve an update on the voyage of Sweden’s heritage ship sailing around the world.

Find out who’s won Sweden’s book of the year

In today’s feature, Greenscan, there’s an encounter between a former U.S. Vice - President and Swedish business leaders on climate change.

Closing Music: Håkan Hellström/Plura Jonsson ”Fairytale of New York”

A new report from the Swedish blue collar Trade Union Confederation shows an unexpected breakdown in equality and working conditions for women.  Gaby Katz is at the press conference:

The East India Gothenburg, which was built as an exact replica of the ship with the same name that used to sail to China for trading in the 18th century, set sail from Gothenburg in October. Bill Schiller called up the press officer on board Annika Magnusson,  and asked what they were doing:

Monday night saw the awarding of the August Prizes for Swedish literature, second in importance here only to the Nobel Prize. Mark Cummins has more:

Former American Vice-President Al Gore makes an appearance in our environmental magazine..Greenscan, presented by Azariah Kiros:

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