Opportunity for all
Twenty percent of Sweden's population is made up of immigrants or their descendants yet they remain under-represented in the legal profession. Lawyers from Vinge explain how they have set about altering the balance for everyone's benefit
Today some 20% of the Swedish population is made up of persons with a background outside Sweden. The position of immigrants in Swedish society and on the Swedish labour market has long been regarded by many as an issue of minor importance, but recently, the need for integration has become apparent: in universities, in the labour market, in politics.
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