The UN climate meeting COP28 in Dubai has, among other things, sparked debate about the responsibilities of rich and poor countries in the climate crisis. Photo: Dean Calma/IAEA. Source Flickr.
Of: Benjamin Frisk and Elin Prestgaard
UN: s annual climate summit COP28 ongoing right now i Dubai i United athe rab emirate. As The development magazine previously reported on has valet av spot awakened criticism then the host country is en oil nation. On svenska opinion pages has debaters including discussed whicha roller Rika and poor countries should have for to combat climate change.
December 4, 2023, Current debate
Black Friday has led to debate about both greenhouse gas emissions and the importance of shopping for freedom and democracy. Photo: CC0/. Source: Rawpixel.
Of: Edwin Borg
During the past week, several debaters have raised criticism against Black Friday. Opinions have differed: some criticize consumerism as contributing to both climate change and poor working conditions, while others see it as a class issue. Some also see consumption as something worth celebrating.
November 27, 2023, Current debate
On November 14, Chalmers University of Technology made a decision to ban political demonstrations and posters on campus, which was discussed in debates and editorials during the past week. Photo: Blondinrikard Fröberg/Flickr.
Of: Mona Adam Abdi and Ellinor Berglund
Striderna continues in Israel and Palestine, and last week Chalmers University of Technology banned students and employees from participating in political demonstrations - which was met with widespread criticism. At the same time Swedish university students and employees have demanded that the government and universities ska boycott Israel by ending research and exchange collaborations.
November 20, 2023, Current debate
During the past week, several debaters have drawn attention to the growing anti-Semitism in the world. Photo/Source: Flickr.
Of: Ina Carlsson and Benjamin Frisk
Last week was it 85 years then the November pogroms, also called the crystal night. This refers including Svenska Dagbladet's editorial writer to, and mean to the material moisture meter shows you the growing antisemitism i World create gold in the Jewish the diaspora. Although the aid to Palestine and Sweden approach to the conflict between Israel and Hamas has continued to be subject for debate.
November 13, 2023, Current debate
Several debaters have discussed Sweden's handling of the conflict between Israel and Hamas during the past week. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Governingskansliet.
Of: Elin Prestgaard
The war between Israel and Hamas continues and the debate in Sweden has been characterized by discussions about growing anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in the wake of the conflict. During the past week, large parts of the debate have been about how the conflict is handled by Swedish politicians and portrayed in the media.
November 6, 2023, Current debate
John Hassler's climate investigation arouses mixed reactions among debaters. Several of them believe, for example, that it is necessary to have national climate targets, alongside the EU's. Photo: Elima Mwinyipembe/Government Office.
Of: Edwin Borg
John Hassler's climate investigation has created shared opinions of svenska discussion and leader pages. Some see it as a possible positive change within climate change, at the same time as the discussion about Sweden's climate goals vis-à-vis the EU's guidelines intensifies - should Sweden have its own climate goals or ska The EU steers the way forward?
October 30, 2023, Current debate
The Israel-Hamas conflict continues to be debated in the Swedish press. Photo: Wafa. Source: Wikimedia commons.
Of: Agnes Durbeej-Hjalt
The conflict between Israel and Hamas has continued to dominate the Swedish debate and editorial pages during the past week, and the debate is becoming increasingly polarized. Several debaters sound the alarm about an impending genocide of Palestinians, while others point to growing anti-Semitism.
October 23, 2023, Current debate
Bombings are taking place in several places in both Israel and Palestine in the conflicts between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas. The escalated conflict has been discussed among several Swedish debaters and editorial writers during the past week. Photo: Wafa. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
Of: Ellinor Berglund
Den latest of the time The development of violence in Israel and Palestine has probably not gone unnoticed. Israel has declared war on the terrorist organization Hamas and thousands of civilian lives have been claimed on both sides. On Swedish debate- and leader pager have debates above all shopped om Sweden's aid to Palestine and om Sweden should dra back his seat recognition of Palestine or not.
October 16, 2023, Current debate
Among others, Alice Bah Kunke (right in picture), environmentalist and EU parliamentarian, has criticized the government's climate policy in the past week. On the left in the picture: Sweden's Minister of Climate and Environment, Romina Pourmokhtari (L). Photo: Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU/Fredrik Hjerling. Source: Flickr/ Flickr.
Of: Benjamin Frisk and Mona Adam Abdi
Criticism of the Swedish government's climate work continues. Debaters believe that the government, together with The EU's other right-wing parties, attacks climate policy and slows down the necessary transition.
October 9, 2023, Current debate
Researchers are critical of the government's cuts in research aid, and during the past week, Sweden's minister of aid and foreign trade, Johan Forssell (M), responded to the criticism. "The prioritization takes place in the light of a greatly deteriorated external situation," he writes. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Governingskansliet.
Of: Elin Prestgaard and Ina Carlsson
The Swedish government has recently presented the city budget for 2024. Aid is facing major changes with an increased focus on Ukraine and trade, while including the support for researchsbistand is decreasing – which has provoked reactions from academia.
October 2, 2023, Current debate