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Sami in Sweden

Sami country - Sápmi - stretches over the northern part of the Arctic area of the Scandinavian countries and the Kola Peninsula. The Sami have been recognized by the United Nations as indigenous people.

the swedish approach to fairness

1 | www.sweden.se facts about sweden | Gender equality PHOtO: alexander ruas/FOliO In Sweden men and women enjoy the same rights at school, in the workplace and in the home.

SWEDEN

1/ 2001 figures are all forecasted before the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The effect of the attacks on the Swedish economy is still uncertain, but experts all agree that growth for 2001 will be lower than previously estimated. 2/ Decrease due to exchange rate ...

Agriculture

SWEDEN Agriculture 3.1 The Common Agricultural Policy Since joining the EU, the Swedish Government has endeavoured to realise an agricultural policy that promotes competitive production based on sustainable production systems to achieve higher economic benefit and lower budget costs.

Sweden

i Sweden Health Care Systems in Transition The European Observatory on Health Care Systems is a partnership between the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, the Government of Greece, the Government of Norway, the Government of Spain, the European Investment Bank, the Open ...

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (see next page)

OECD SWEDEN CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS * In the 1970s and 1980s, environmental issues were at the forefront of Sweden's agenda despite the country's relatively low population density and the moderate economic growth of the period.

Funding of the Swedish school system

Funding of the Swedish school system This factsheet describes how education provided in Sweden for preschool children, school children, young people and adults is funded.

Sweden - land

SWEDEN Land 4.1 Planning and development of land resources In accordance with the Johannesburg plan, the Swedish Government's objective is to improve management and prevent over-development of renewable natural resources like land by 2015.

Canada vs. Sweden: An Environmental Face-Off

Canada vs. Sweden: An Canada vs. Sweden: An Environmental Face-Off Environmental Face-Off Eco-Research Chair of Environmental Eco-Research Chair of Environmental Law and Policy, University of Victoria Law and Policy, University of Victoria February 2002 February 2002

Residential Passive Housing, Sweden

November2008 41CS : V2 Skanska is designing and constructing a number of residential projects in southern Sweden that meet passive house standards and consume significantly less energy for heating than conventional buildings.