Sweden – a country less ordinary (Arabic)

Booklets & brochures

Sweden – a country less ordinary (Arabic)

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Sweden – a country less ordinary (Arabic)

Sweden – a country less ordinary offers an overview of Sweden. It paints a picture of a nation that’s driven by innovation and leads the way in equality and sustainability.

This image-rich, 100-page book highlights some of the facts, stories and milestones that make Sweden what it is today, with chapters covering society, sustainability, government, equality, culture, history, the Sami, geography, sports, traditions, food, the Swedish language and a timeline of Swedish innovation. Infographics help tell the story and storytelling elements lead the reader on.

Rooted in an agricultural past and propelled into the future through innovation, Sweden is multifaceted and perhaps contradictory. Sweden – a country less ordinary looks at booming businesses, tax-funded welfare, smart cities, cool culture, revolutionising innovations and much much more.

Swedish embassies and consulates – to place your orders, kindly fill out the order form.

This publication is available as pdf in English, Swedish, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic and French.

Translations other than the ones mentioned above will have to be organised by the local foreign mission, including print – please contact order@si.se for guidance.

If you have any questions, please contact sharingsweden@si.se

Booklets & brochures

Sweden – folder for schoolchildren (Arabic)

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Sweden – folder for schoolchildren (Arabic)

This informative and generously illustrated folder describes everyday life in Sweden for schoolchildren between eight and ten. The folder will give you facts about population, geography and climate, and a map of Sweden. “One year in Sweden” also gives you a taste of everyday life in Sweden from children’s perspective.

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If you have any questions, please contact sharingsweden@si.se

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Videos

5 reasons why Swedes are world-leading innovators (Arabic)

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5 reasons why Swedes are world-leading innovators (Arabic)

Sweden has a history of stretching the boundaries and coming up with groundbreaking ideas. From life-saving seatbelts to revolutionary Bluetooth technology and green batteries.

Videos

How Swedish women got the right to vote (Arabic)

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How Swedish women got the right to vote (Arabic)

In 2021 Sweden celebrates 100 years since Swedish women got the right to vote. To mark this anniversary, here’s a quick journey through the history of women’s right to vote in Sweden – from 1921 to today.

Booklets & brochures

10 things to know about Sweden (Arabic)

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10 things to know about Sweden (Arabic)

It’s difficult to fit a country into a brochure as small as this. This is an attempt to boil down Sweden to ten vital facts. Discover how large Sweden is in relation to its small population, that the Equality Ombudsman is sort of king and that Midsummer is a serious matter of fun and games.

Swedish embassies and consulates – to place your orders, kindly fill out the order form.

If you have any questions, please contact sharingsweden@si.se

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Fact sheets

The Nobel Prize (Arabic)

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The Nobel Prize (Arabic)

Every year in early October, the world turns its gaze towards Sweden and Norway as the Nobel Laureates are announced in Stockholm and Oslo. The Nobel Prize, which has been awarded for discoveries such as radioactivity and penicillin, is arguably the world’s most prestigious award.

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Fact sheets

The Swedish monarchy (Arabic)

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The Swedish monarchy (Arabic)

The Swedish Royal Family is one of the oldest royal families in the world, yet regarded as the world’s most modern by many. In 1980, Sweden became the first monarchy to change its succession rites so that the first-born child of the monarch is heir to the throne, regardless of gender. Ambitious and with charm to spare, Crown Princess Victoria seems more than ready for the task.

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Fact sheets

Health care in Sweden (Arabic)

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Health care in Sweden (Arabic)

Everyone in Sweden has equal access to health care services under a largely decentralised, taxpayer-funded system. Like many other countries, Sweden faces numerous challenges, such as funding, quality and efficiency of its health care services.

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Fact sheets

The Swedish approach to fairness (Arabic)

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The Swedish approach to fairness (Arabic)

Sweden ranks as one of the world’s most gender-egalitarian countries, based on a firm belief that men and women should share power and influence equally. An extensive welfare system makes it easier for both sexes to balance work and family life. However, the Government recognises that there is still room for improvement in many areas.

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Websites

ar.Sweden.se

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ar.Sweden.se is an official source for facts about Sweden in Arabic.