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Lars Berge
Pengar är medicin
Hösten 2013 åkte Arenas Lars Berge till Blekinge och berättade om experimentet där människor med psykisk ohälsa fick 500 kr i handen varje månad. Frågan var: skulle de bli lyckligare av pengar? Nu kan forskarna berätta svaret. Det är smått revolutionerande. Följ med tillbaka till Harry och Karina, och hör dem berätta vad som hänt
Money is medicine
In the autumn 2013 Lars Berge traveled to Blekinge to tell the story about an experiment where people diagnosed with psychological problems got 500 crowns without any strings attached. The issue at stake was: would the money make them happier? The researchers now have the answer. It is a small revolution. Join when Lars Berge revisits Harry and Katarina and hear their story
David Isaksson
Rebecca Solnit förklarar saker för dig
Rebecca Solnit skriver essäer som får samtidens stora frågor att veckla ut sig föär läsaren. Essän "Män som förklarar saker för mig" fick kvinnor över hela världen att känna igen sig. - Det var chockerande att komma på att när jag talade om sätt att tysta kvinnor så talade jag också om våldtäkt och mord, säger hon när Arena möter henne i San Francisco
Rebecca Solnit explains things to us
Rebecca Solnit writes essays that unfold today's big questions to the reader. The essay "Men explain things to me" got women all over the world to identify. - It was shocking to me to understand that when I was talking about ways to quiet women, I also talked about rape and murder, she says when Arena meets her in San Francisco
Maria Georgieva
Ortodox gryning
Hos extremister i östra Europa växer drömmen om panslavismens återkomst. MariaGeorgieva har rest till Sofia och träffat bulgariska högerextremister som förklarar varför östra Europas nationalister vill rusa i famnen på Vladimir Putin
Orthodox dawn
Extremists in Eastern Europe nourish a dream about the return of pan-slavism. Maria Georgieva traveled to Sofia to meet Bulgarian right wing extremists who explain why the nationalists of Eastern Europe seek the embrace of Vladimir Putin
Mats Almegård
Silvia Avallone är tillbaka
Nya romanen Marina Bellezza får föräldrar att gråta över sina barns framtid
Silvia Avallone is back
The new novel Marina Belezza has made parents cry when thinking about their kids' future
Nina Björk
Plötsligt kände jag hopp
Suddenly, I felt hope
Nina Björk on Syriza and Podemos
Elsa Persson
Airbnb är inte min kompis
Airbnb is not my friend
Sanna Samuelson
Att vara porrfeminist
Being a porno feminist
Per Wirtén
EU:s koloniala arv
The Euro-african empire
Jenny Damberg
Så blev makaronerna subversiva
This is how macaroni turned subversive


 

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