Top “Integration” Promoters Admit Problems and Lack of Evidence for their Policy:

Top “Integration” Promoters Admit Problems and Lack of Evidence for their Policy: 2006 Paper by OECD child policy head J. Bennett, “Toward a new pedagogical meeting place? Bringing early childhood into the education system (broken link).” Integration is pushed despite…

Swedish legal case involving a family wishing to care for their own child

Swedish legal case involving a family wishing to care for their own child:September 19, 2005. Carolina Kaya - appeal document (PDF): "Re: Appeal for reversal of a municipal decision"

Rising Violence Against Swedish Women Despite Gender Equity Promotion (broken link)

The link below is to CBC radio show "The Current" with a top current affairs interviewer dealing with rising violence against women in Sweden. http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/2005/200505/20050527.html (broken link)Scroll down to part 3 to read about the situation in Sweden. You can…

The Failure of European Family Policy: Does Daycare Raise Birthrates in Sweden? (broken link)

The Failure of European Family Policy (broken link): Does Daycare Raise Birthrates in Sweden? Dr. Allan Carlson, historian of Swedish family policy, demonstrates the falseness of the claim that Sweden has overcome sub-replacement fertility rates: policy that coerces mothers into…

Swedish Government Report Critiques Daycare Conditions: Articles and Research by Kids First—Volume 1 (broken link)

(July 15, 2005) Swedish Government Report Critiques Daycare Conditions By Helen Ward, President, Kids First Parent Association of Canada © Canadian daycare advocates hold Swedish daycare to be a model for Canada. The pro-corporate Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation…

Swedish family policy has not led to equality for women according to the UK Guardian

Swedish family policy has not led to equality for women according to the UK Guardian: Sep 22, 2004. UK Guardian - article (web): “For decades we’ve been told Sweden is a great place to be a working parent. But we’ve…