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PODCAST: What topics would you like us to cover on Sweden in Focus?

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PODCAST: What topics would you like us to cover on Sweden in Focus?

The Sweden in Focus podcast makes its return this Saturday, September 2nd. Before we get too busy preparing new episodes, we’d like to find out if there are any particular issues you would like us to talk about. 

If you have suggestions that are not on the list, please feel free to add them using the ‘Other’ option. 

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Sweden’s most offensive words and residency permit stress

Celebrate Midsummer like a Swede, EU election analysis, Sweden's most offensive words. For Membership+ subscribers: the stress of waiting for permits, dramatic new figures on work permits, Swedes' favourite summer listening.

Sweden's most offensive words and residency permit stress

Host Paul O’Mahony is joined this week by regular panelists James Savage and Becky Waterton. 

Here are links to some of the topics discussed in the episode:

Midsummer

2024 European Elections

Language

Residency permits

Work permits

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