Ombudsman against Ethnic Discrimination Katri Linna

Not Enough Being Done To Fight Discrimination?

The Office of the Ombudsman against Ethnic Discrimination was set up in 1986 to help speed up the fight against prejudice and discrimination.

And yet in a new poll some 90% of Swedes say they have little or no confidence in the measures that have been taken and feel politicians and the authorities are doing too little. We met up with Ombudsman Katri Linna, who was excited about a court case she’d just won about a Roma woman who was thrown out by her landlord.

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