Striking a Balance between Diversity and Social Cohesion: Examples from Sweden
I will address the issue of the policies Sweden has adopted to integrate its migrant population, and on the other hand its stand in relation to the indigenous Saami population. While Sweden has developed liberal policies of multiculturalism to incorporate its migrants (social, educational and economic equality, support for cultural maintenance etc., voting rights in local and county elections for permanently residing non-Swedish nationals, liberal naturalisation conditions), it has...[Show more]
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