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Radio Sweden Monday

The spring budget is presented by Sweden’s centre-right government with the main focus being on cutting unemployment.

With the soccer season underway the threat of football hooliganism is all too real and predictable.

Later in the program we meet the winners of this year’s World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child.

Closing Music: Andreas Johnson ”A Little Bit Of Love”

Further steps to cut unemployment is the main focus in the spring budget which has been presented by Sweden’s centre-right government today. And it’s upped its forecast for Sweden’s economic growth. Gaby Katz has more:

The winners of what is considered the world’s biggest and most prestigious children’s prize are here in Stockholm to receive their awards. They are an outpoksen defender of abused girls in Zimbabwe, a school teacher from India and a doctor from Burma reaching otherwise neglected children in the provinces. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports:

The new soccer season is underway in Sweden, and while on the pitch there’s already been a few surprise results in the unpredictable top division, off the pitch, the threat of football hooliganism is all too real and predictable. Dave Russell has the story:

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