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Integration Minister in Rosengård move
Swedish Integration Minister Erik Ullenhag is set to spend a week in Rosengård in Malmö in an attempt he says to understand the immigration and anti-Semitism issues which have affected the city in recent years.
Ullenhag will travel down south on Monday and work out of Rosengård for a week. A similar move to the Rinkeby district of Stockholm in 2012 to tackle discrimination was dubbed "lower class safari" by critics but the minister is optimistic his week in Rosengård will yield positive results.
"I'm looking for in-depth knowledge that will have an influence on policy," he told local newspaper Sydsvenskan.
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