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Radio Sweden Thursday Edition

Published torsdag 29 december 2005 kl 12.35
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Coming up today:

Motorcycle gangs running extortion rackets and terrorising small businessmen across the country. Not quite in the spirit of the season. Now the justice minister is involved...

Sweden’s system of child day care is world renowned - and part of growing up Swedish. Now the education system is making efforts to infuse gender equality. We find out how it is changing toddlers lives.

Music: ”Gorrlaus” Hedningarna

An Iranian small business owner in Sweden has captured mass media headlines after they stood up to a motorcycle gang running an extortion racket. Bill Schiller has the story:

Time now for the second part of Dave Russell’s series on Education in Sweden. We look at efforts to bring gender equality into pre-schools and why not all Swedes are happy with their system of daycare:

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