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Report: Time for Tolerance

A report from 2014 that examines young people's attitudes toward vulnerable groups.

The report Time for Tolerance, where we examine young people's attitudes to vulnerable groups, is a part of our ettorts to combat intolerance in the society.

This report analyzes students’ attitudes at a given time. We are also able to compare the results from a temporal perspective, 2003–2013. Drawing on a broad spectrum of issues, we ask about students’ worries about the future, their social vulnerability, their view of politics, democracy and hobbies, about how young people view each other and their perception of human rights. Our clearest focus, though, has been to study the Swedish students’ attitudes toward vulnerable groups.

The report was mainly written and edited by Jacob Severin, The Living History Forum, 2014.


Download report and summary here as PDF files. Links open in new windows.

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