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The government says it wants to improve the rules for non-EU PhD students and researchers' residence permits. We ask the new Minister for Education, Mats Persson, what this means in practice. We also hear PhD-student "Neha" who is concerned the changes don't come soon enough. Also in the programme: Nine months after they were forced to flee their c…
 
Also in the program, we hear about an award-winning project from a team of Swedish journalists, who turned the stories of Qatar's migrant workers into football cards, as well as the latest on the legal dispute over who owns the 14 kilogram meteorite that landed in Enköping two years ago. Presenter: Michael WalshReporter: Ulla Engberg…
 
Also in the program, we hear from Swedish Radio's correspondent at the COP 27 climate summit, which is underway in the Egyptian resort city of Sharm El Sheikh. The question of systemic racism in Sweden is also raised, following a visit from a UN expert group, and we take a look at the rise in popularity of film screenings backed by live orchestras.…
 
Also in the program, we hear an American tech worker living in Sweden speak about how her tweets on racism went viral. And how is Saturday's All Saints Day celebrated and why? Presented by Maya NaylorReporter: Michael WalshAv Sveriges Radio
 
A new support package for those hit by high electricity prices was announced by the Government. We'll also hear about Parliament's first party leader debate since Ulf Kristersson's election as Sweden's new prime minister - and what exactly is an A-tractor, the vehicle driven by many teenagers around the country, which have been involved in a number…
 
Just over a month after September's General Election, Sweden has a new government. We hear from the new prime minister about the deal that brought him to power, and hear from an MP in the party that used to be out in the cold, but is now providing key support in parliament to the new government, the Sweden Democrats. Also, we hear one family's jour…
 
We speak to SVT journalist Diamant Salihu on the reality of gang crime behind the statistics and headlines. Sweden's prime minister-in-waiting Ulf Kristersson was hoping to present a new right wing government midweek - what happened? And we meet self-confessed Nobel nerd Gustav Källström for a delve behind the mechanics of awarding some of the Worl…
 
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