- Public health.
Half of Sweden's population, between the age of 16 and 84, is obese or overweight, according to a report into the health of the nation.
- For discrimination.
The midwife who lost a landmark case in the Swedish labour court on Wednesday is appealing the ruling to the European Court of Human Rights.
- No discrimination.
A court in Sweden has ruled against an anti-abortion midwife in a case that will set a precedent for the treatment of evangelical Christian healthworkers.
- Test case.
A court in Sweden will today rule on whether a Christian midwife who was not given a job because she refuses to carry out abortions is entitled to compensation.
- 1 av 318-year-old Maya Joy from Syria checked the translations to Arabic for accuracy, and found that some translators had tried to distort some of the sensitive information. Credit: Karin Nilsson/Radio Sweden2 av 3Will also discuss gender equality.
Targeting newly-arrived teenagers, the website Youmo offers advice on sex, relationships, mental health, and gender equality.
- New profession.
Sweden's leading public sector union has agreed to help establish a new entry level care role which will allow new arrivals in Sweden to enter the job market with just nine months' training.
- Internal report.
The government agency in charge of inspecting health clinics now admits that they failed in the inspection of a dentist in western Sweden who maltreated over 200 patients.