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E-day in Sweden explained

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E-day in Sweden explained

2022 is an election year in Sweden! On September 11 Swedes will have the opportunity to decide which candidates will represent them in the Parliament (Riksdag in Swedish) over the next four years. The Riksdag is the highest decision-making assembly in Sweden. Its tasks include making laws and determining the central government budget. The Riksdag also examines the work of the Government, Works with EU matters and shapes Swedish foreign policy together with the Government. Last time In the 2018 parliamentary elections, 87.2 percent of persons eligible to vote also chose to vote, which means that election turnout increased for the fourth consecutive election. In the 2022 election about 7,5 million Swedes have the chance to go to the polling stations.

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Democracy in Sweden

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Democracy in Sweden

Equal, open and scrutinised by media. Here are 10 features of Swedish democracy.

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A Trip to Mid Sweden

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A Trip to Mid Sweden

Today we’ve travelled to the middle-ish part of Sweden. Here, in the country’s oldest university city, Uppsala, we learn how urine can be turned to beer and how a groundbreaking type of rice can revolutionise rice farming. That’s right, you read correctly!

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A Trip to North Sweden

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A Trip to North Sweden

oday’s stop: North Sweden. This part of the country comes with stunning nature and vast wilderness. It’s sparse in population but has plenty of trees and brainy scientists – AI developers not the least. Let’s find out what robots have to do with Luleå!

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A trip to South Sweden

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A trip to South Sweden

Today, we’re in the south of Sweden with its salty waters, where all sorts of experiments take place. Eating seaweed?? Yes, indeed – it can be used as a meat substitute. And in the city of Helsingborg, this summer’s H22 City Expo invites the world to test and co-create green solutions for urban life. Urban wheat, anyone?

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Quiz: National Day 2022

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Quiz: National Day 2022

This quiz consists of questions about Sweden, news events over the past year, and some about the National Day celebrations. Choose the questions that suit your channel and your target audience. Feel free to change the order or divide the quiz into smaller ones. The quiz can be used in Insta/FB stories, but also works well to print out for physical quiz rounds.

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Recipe: Gustav Johansson (@javligtgott) – vegan Toast Skagen

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Recipe: Gustav Johansson (@javligtgott) – vegan Toast Skagen

What’s better than a Toast Skagen? Try it vegan! The recipe is made by Gustav Johansson (@javligtgott) – a cookbook author who runs Sweden’s largest vegan food blog, Jävligt Gott, and is co-owner of vegan restaurant ChouChou. Ingredients: 4 portions 200 g firm tofu, unseasoned 1 small red onion ½ fennel 2 dl vegan mayonnaise 5 tbsp seaweed caviar 1/2 dl chopped fresh dill 2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice salt and black pepper 1 loaf of levain bread 50 g seaweed caviar a few sprigs of fresh dill salt and black pepper lemon wedges vegan butter or olive oil

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Recipe: Gustav Johansson (@javligtgott) – vegan meatballs

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Recipe: Gustav Johansson (@javligtgott) – vegan meatballs

Swedish meatballs, ‘köttbullar’, must be prepared, above all, with love. This is why homemade meatballs are a widespread concept in Sweden, and there are many different favourite recipes – with and without meat. This recipe is made by Gustav Johansson (@javligtgott) – a cookbook author who runs Sweden’s largest vegan food blog, Jävligt Gott, and is co-owner of the vegan restaurant ChouChou. Ingredients: 4 portions The meatballs 400 g vegan mince (that’s possible to shape into balls) 1 tbsp rapeseed oil 1 yellow onion 1.5 tbsp concentrated vegetable stock 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 1 tbsp Chinese mushroom soy ½ tbsp ground allspice Vegan butter to fry in (a lot) Salt and black pepper Cream sauce 4 dl oat cream 1.5 tbsp vegetable stock ½ dl stirred lingonberries 1 tbsp dark Chinese mushroom soy sauce 1 tbsp dried thyme 5 dried juniper berries Salt and black pepper Pressed cucumber 1 large fresh cucumber A lot of salt 2 tbsp vinegar (12%) 1 dl water 3 tbsp sugar A pinch of white pepper A small handful of chopped parsley Stirred lingonberries 3 dl fresh lingonberries 1–1.5 dl sugar Mashed potatoes 1 kg floury potatoes 2 dl oat cream 2–3 tbsp vegan butter A pinch of ground nutmeg Salt and white pepper to taste

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Music: Trapptoner – Longing for Lullabies

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Music: Trapptoner – Longing for Lullabies

Beautiful music performance by @Trapptoner and their cover of ‘Longing for Lullabies’, the second single from the Swedish producer and singer-songwriter Kleerup‘s first album.  The members of Trapptoner work at a cardiology unit in the Swedish city of Jönköping. They send love and hope on social media with their heartfelt and touching music.  Trapptoner are: nurse Matilda Bäck and her doctor colleagues Jan Thollander and Sven Lagerberg.  Song: Andreas Kleerup