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Anna Lindh

Right To Play

Right To Play Sweden supports newly arrived young people get jobs, contributes to better conditions for them to become active participants in society and works against discrimination.

Idea in brief

Right To Play Sweden supports newly arrived young people get jobs and become active participants in society.

Problem

Newly arrived young people find it difficult to enter the employment market and struggle to become a part of Swedish society. They live in segregated areas where they do not feel needed or seen, lacking belonging and support. This leads to exclusion, stress and risks at the individual level as well as losses for society in the form of unused resources and large costs that exclusion entails.

Solution

In collaboration with the municipality, sports associations and the young people themselves, Right To Play Sweden supports, educates and strengthens unaccompanied and newly arrived young people. All activities are strongly rooted in the program's goals of increased employment opportunities through strengthened self-esteem, expanded network, improved language skills and increased work experience.

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