In this edition we Prime Minister Göran Persson tells Inside Sweden about the upcoming international donor conference for war-devastated Lebanon.
In an historic moment, the center-right Alliance presents their first ever joint election manifesto.
We’ll also see how the past is helping in understanding the present when we visit The Emigrant House Foundation in Gothenburg.
And our reporter Tom McAlinden takes us to one of the country’s most successful schools, in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby.
Closing Music: Helen Sjöholm ”Hemma”
Prime Minister Göran Persson is preparing to host an international donor conference with the main aim of helping reconstruct parts of Lebanon.
In a historical moment, the center-right alliance seeking to topple Sweden’s ruling Social Democrats called for lower taxes and a halt to the phase-out of nuclear power in its first joint election manifesto Wednesday.
Find out how the past is helping in understanding the present when we visit The Emigrant House Foundation in Gothenburg.
Keeping children entertained during the school holidays is a headache many parents face. So, it must have sounded like a dream-come-true for those with pupils at a school in Stockholm, when the head teacher decided it should stay open all-year round.
98% of pupils at Rinkeby School come from immigrant backgrounds....and during the summer, 140 of them have been getting extra tuition in Swedish or math, instead of simply enjoying a nice long break. And this is the school that 12 years ago was deemed to be failing and dangerous. Now, despite the extra challenges of having pupils from dozens of countries, it is one of Sweden’s most successful.