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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 12 maj 2006 kl 05.00
Under-represented?: Swede's of foreign origin in Sweden's Parliament, the Riksdag.

In the programme:

Glass ceiling, big door, high fence.

Call it what you like, but its a fact of life that while 12 percent of Sweden’s population is born outside of the country, only 5 percent are represented in parliament. We meet one man who overcame the difficulties and sits in Sweden’s Riksdag.

Should a student’s privately-held political views have an effect on his or her grades?

And pollen pollen pollen! Allergies have leapt on to the front pages of Sweden this week - we find out why

Closing Music: ”Who’s the Man?”, Ellias featuring Frans

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