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Radio Sweden Tuesday

The controversial Sweden Democrat political party is forced to hold its annual congress in neighbouring Denmark after being turned down by every venue here. Denial of Freedom of Speech and Assembly or a victory against racist, anti-immigrant views?

A renowned Swedish actor talks about his work protecting the rights of artists working in less than ideal environments in developing countries.

Then stay with us for the second and concluding part of Josephine, Queen of Sweden.

Closing Music: Emilia ”Var minut”

The debate continues here over what some see as a conflict between freedom of expression and assembly – even for unpopular viewpoints – and racist, anti-immigrant attitudes. As Gaby Katz reports, the controversial Sweden Democrat political party has been forced to hold its annual conference in neigbouring Denmark instead of here at home:

Actors and other performers and production workers in many countries are working under miserable conditions, says the Federation of International Artists. As Azariah Kiros tells us, the Federation is working hard to help organise artists around the world to safeguard their interests:

Now Juan Navas presents Part 2 of ”Josephine - Queen of Sweden”:

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