The Supreme Administrative Court in Sweden rejected plans by local authorities to ban headscarves in early years educational facilities, claiming clothing that expresses religious affiliation is protected by European human rights legislation
“A further risk from cancel culture is that research on politically controversial topics is neglected in favor of more comfortable areas. Who wants to research racism or sexism if you risk being accused of sharing ideas with what you’re studying?”
The left-wing Swedish PM may be willing to make controversial remarks about immigration after polling showed the country’s main anti-immigration party soaring to second place ahead of Sept. 11 election date
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