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Social orientation information for anyone who wants to learn more about Sweden and Swedish society.
Civic orientation courses are free of charge and are offered to people who have recently been granted a residence permit in Sweden, in order for them to learn about Swedish society.
This section describes the foundations of Swedish democracy. It also talks about Sweden’s history and how the country has developed until the present day.
This section includes information about how to look for a flat or house, how to contact government agencies, and what to do if you have an accident.
This section has information about how to look for work, about why we pay taxes, and what the money we pay in tax is used for.
This section describes human rights and how those rights influence Sweden’s laws.
This section talks about being a parent in a new country. It describes the different types of support the public services offer families with children.
This section describes how Sweden is governed and the political parties that are represented in the Swedish Riksdag.
This section explains more about how medical care works in Sweden, how you find the right care within the public health system, and the various professionals who work there.
This section describes the rights and opportunities that elderly people have as well as the help which is available for them.