2011-00-00, Upplands-Väsby, Sweden. On an international level, Sweden is considered to have a high integration rate. But many would say it’s quite the opposite.
Segregation, poor language skills, structural discrimination, unemployment and religious divisions are some of the reasons. Add to this a lack of social contact between ethnic Swedes and immigrants and a collective culture that clashes with Swedish individualism.
Upon arriving in Sweden, what are immigrants faced with? Photo: Margareta Bloom Sandebäck/Kontinent
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