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En podd för dig som är högkänslig och längtar efter konkreta verktyg och effektiva metoder att (an)vända din sensitiva begåvning till din fördel och se den som en gåva istället för ett hinder. Olika teman och frågeställningar i varje avsnitt. Med Malin Sandell & Ina Elverljung, högkänsliga terapeuter, entreprenörer och yogalärare med fokus på den högkänsliga människan som en gåva till den här världen. Malin & Ina har utvecklat flera unika metoder att arbeta med högkänsliga på djupet. De hopp ...
 
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As regions of Sweden tighten up to head off a rise in corona cases, we hear how this country's strategy is seen abroad. And a government crisis puts the role of the new Left Party leader in focus. We also have news about the major cybersecurity breach this week, and how Central Stockholm has got a new bridge, as part of a major rebuilding project. …
 
Sweden tells elderly they can end isolation even as new virus cases rise. Also we speak to Region Skåne's chief medical officer to hear what they are doing to halt a surge in positive infections. Overcrowding in rush hour is a problem in some of Sweden's major cities, we speak to commuters and the authorities in Stockholm. Sweden's vaccine coordina…
 
We hear from a musical protest against "illogical demands on public gatherings". And as images from re-opened night clubs cause anger, we speak to a corona inspector about the situation in Stockholm restaurants. Celebrations in several northern towns, as historic military regiments are set to return following the new defence plan. Plus, the slightl…
 
One of the most prestigious weeks in the Swedish calendar provides the main menu for this edition of Radio Sweden Weekly as the Nobel Prize laureates are announced. We have an in-depth look at the science awards and Thursday's Nobel Literature Prize announcement - a worthy winner? Also, the latest on migration policy and a controversial proposal be…
 
Sweden's minority government survives one threat, only to be rocked by another, in this news-packed review of the week. Plus we hear from an organiser of Friday's for Future climate movement how they cope with socially distanced protests. Plus we hear from one of Sweden's most famous diplomats about what the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan means…
 
A rising number of coronavirus cases in Sweden - the Prime Minister speaks out. A nurse on an infection ward on whether they are mentally prepared for a potential second wave. Also Brussels tries to halt the flow of migrants into Europe but will the member states agree? A higher tax on booze to pay for defence - We take a look at some of the finer …
 
Sweden will remove its coronavirus ban on visits to elderly care homes starting next month as the number of new infections continue to fall. Families are ecstatic about the news but what happens if the virus begins spreading in the homes once again? Health and government officials say they are prepared for that possibility. And this week, a parliam…
 
Lawmakers return to parliament as big money is promised to cope with the corona crisis, and sharp words are exchanged over crime policies. We also hear about the five years since Sweden saw a record number of asylum seekers, plus the new green investment bonds, and a competition aimed at raising awareness of the precarious nature of the topsoil. Pr…
 
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