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How A Swedish Social Enterprise Is Transforming Lives

In a converted tram depot in downtown Stockholm, a young company is helping to transform the lives of newcomers to Sweden by helping them to find jobs. Since Mark and Dea Ahlenius launched Jobbentrén 18 months ago, they have helped 41 people not just to find jobs, but to stay in them. By – Heather Farmbrough       “The Swedish labour market is ...

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Sweden’s Finance Minister: We received too many immigrants

Integration in Sweden has worked so badly that immigrants should apply to other countries. That’s what Minister of Finance Magdalena Andersson (S) said in an interview with DN. The limit is reached for how many asylum seekers Sweden can take. By –  Brünnhilde It is in an interview with Dagens Nyheter that Magdalena Andersson paints a least dark image of immigration and the ...

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Denmark: 52-year-old woman convicted of sex with refugee children

A 52-year-old woman in Denmark has been sentenced to three months conditional sentence after having sex with a 17-year-old boy in the asylum-Residence where she worked, NSD report. Via: TT Ritzau The 52-year-old Danish woman worked at a home for so-called “unaccompanied refugee child” when she started a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old asylum seeking boy. The woman has been guilty of ...

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Swedenistan: 95.6 percent of rape assault is committed by Muslim immigrants

A new comprehensive investigation of convictions between 2012-2017 shows an extreme of Muslim immigrants among sexual offenses. That is a response to the government’s refusal to give BRÅ the task of producing official current statistics on immigrants’ crime. Via: friatider.se “In January 2017, Morgan Johansson (S), Minister of Migration, announced that the government do not intend to provide the Crime Prevention Council (BRÅ) ...

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Sweden: 50,000 refugees to be expelled, 20.000 of them went underground

50,000 expulsion cases will end by the police’s table in the next few years. But many of the expulsions do not even work. This was stated by border police chief Patrik Engström in SVT Agenda yesterday. He also believes that the so-called REVA debate hurt the police’s activities. Via: friatider.se So far this year, the police have expelled 3,000 asylum seekers who have been ...

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Denmark: 634 out of 700 asylum seekers lied on their identity

Several months of systematic investigation of the identity of over 700 asylum seekers who said they were persecuted and oppressed stateless persons from Kuwait, gave results to the Immigration Service. Via: Martin Johansen According to the board, 634 of these are not from Kuwait, and therefore they have received a rejection over the summer. This is the case for the most important ...

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Sweden’s U-Turn: How Liberals’ refugee policy turned public AGAINST migrants

Fears of Swedes losing their culture and identity has fuelled a rise in anti-migrant sentiment, after 163,000 people arrived in the country in last year. Via: Alix Culbertson Sweden has been the poster child for openness and toleration for decades but that has changed in just two years, the study by independent British think-tank Demos found. In September 2015, thousands of ...

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Denmark Muslim’s Refugees : How Many Are Coming, And From Where?

During the first seven months of 2017, only 1,918 people have applied for asylum in Denmark. This is the lowest number in 6 years, and a steep fall compared to the previous years. Also, Denmark has not accepted the 500 resettlement refugees from the UNHCR that we normally receive every year. Before summer there were, however, still 8,000 people accommodated ...

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90 PerCent Of Muslim Asylum Seekers In Austria End Up On Welfare

Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka is resisting EU efforts to increase his country’s migrant quota, claiming that 90 per cent of the Muslim asylum seekers in Austria end up on welfare benefits and strain the system. Via: krone.at The Austrian Interior Minister once again railed at attempts by the European Union to send more migrants to Austria, saying that the vast ...

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EU court dismisses complaints by Hungary and Slovakia over refugee quotas

The European Union’s top court has dismissed complaints by Slovakia and Hungary about EU migration policy, dealing a blow to the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, and his allies in central Europe over the bitterly contested policy of refugee quotas. Via: Jennifer Rankin In an important victory for the EU, judges threw out a challenge against its mandatory relocation scheme, which aims to ...

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