Children seeking asylum in Sweden receive inadequate support, according to a report by the Ombudsman for Children (BO).
- Long wait times.
Out of the EU countries with temporary permission to carry out internal border controls, Sweden by far carries out the most ID checks.
- Refugee crisis of 2015
A Malmö church minister says his congregation could have looked after more asylum seekers, for longer, if the government hadn't stepped in.
- End of populist wave.
Swedish politicians of both centre-right and centre-left on Wednesday welcomed the Dutch election results as a sign that the populist parties which have recently gained strength in Europe can be defeated.
- Organised volunteers.
Eight out of ten Church of Sweden congregations helped asylum seekers during the refugee crisis in 2015 and 2016, according to a new report.
- Nour and Ibrahim.
Six years ago today, pro-democracy protests broke out in Syria. The events sparked a bloody war that caused millions to flee, among them Nour Rashdan and Ibrahim Muhanna.
- An important asset.
A new government report on Sweden's handling of the 2015 refugee crisis highlighted the important role played by volunteers and civil society groups.
- For employers errors.
Many non-EU citizens working in the IT sector in Sweden are worried that they will be deported because of minor mistakes with their work permits. Since this issue was first reported, several worried work-permit holders shared their stories and concerns with Radio Sweden.
- Eritrean in Sweden: People would call me in the middle of the night looking for a place to stay.(9:20 min)Government report.
Government investigators will release their findings from a management review report on Sweden's handling of the 2015 refugee crisis on Thursday afternoon.
- Top concern.
One out of every five Swedes sees violence and crime as the most worrying issue facing society today, according to a survey from the polling company Sifo.
- Lack of space.
Police are releasing people who have been detained ahead of deportation because there is simply not enough space to hold them at the Migration Agency's detention centres. This has happened twelve times so far this year, reports Swedish Radio.
- Nils Bildt.
American TV show host who billed Nils Bildt as a “Swedish Defence and National Security Advisor” though he holds no such title, said that the criticism about the guest was valid.
- Refugee espionage.
The Swedish Security Service arrested a man suspected of spying on refugees from Tibet on Sunday.
- Nils Bildt.
The American television channel Fox News incorrectly presented a man as a defense and national security advisor for Sweden even though he himself said has never worked with the Swedish military or government.
- 'It was a mistake to come.'
Efforts to curb newly arrived immigrants and asylum seekers from settling in Hultsfred municipality have yet to stop people from coming, reports Swedish Radio.