Marked (Swe) is in Swedish

A risk that unemployment are passed down – Statistics Sweden, 2017 (Swe)

Center for Security Policy

Gatestone Institute

Human Development Reports, UN

Migration Data Portal


Pew Research Center

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

World Values Survey

An analysis of immigrations effect on the public finances in Sweden 1950-2014 – Sandro Scocco, Lars Fredrik Andersson, Arena idé, 2015 (Swe)

An unsolvable problem – Rebecca Weidmo Uvell, 2019 (Swe)

Borderless – documentary by Lauren Southern, 2019

Per Brinkemo: Mellan klan och stat – somalier i Sverige (Swe)

Dare to talk about Swedish customs – Mustafa Panshiri, 2016 (Swe)

Denmark: In one generation, our country has changed – 2019

Diversity demands a mutual culture – Dan Korn, Timbro, 2017 (Swe)

Don’t ignore the racism among immigrants – Boris Benulic, Dagens Samhälle, 2014 (Swe)

Education among immigrants 2014:6 – (Swe)

Education level among immigrants – Ekonomifakta (Swe)

Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)

Few immigrated physicians pass the exams – 2019

Follow our values – Torbjörn Elensky, Axess nr 3, 2017. (Swe)

Jens Ganman & Mustafa Panshiri: Det lilla landet som kunde (Swe)

Granted recidence permits 2018 – (Swe)

Hard situation for women in immigration centers – 2016 (Swe)

Harrowing new report from Statistics Sweden about integration – Tino Sanandaji 2013 (Swe)

The hidden retirement debt: 19 out of 21 countys are brankrupt – Skandia, 2018 (Swe)

How much immigration can Sweden handle? – Alice Teodorescu, 2016. (Swe)

Immigration and economy – blog by Economist Joakim Ruist (Swe)

Immigration and public finances – The department of Finances 2009 (Swe)

Immigration can save the country-side – Expressen, 2014. (Swe)

Immigration saves the welfare state – 2015. (Swe)

Impact assessments for migration policy decisions (RiR 2017:25) – Swedish NAO, 2017

Interpret the interpretation investigation – Rebecca Weimo Uvell 2019 (Swe)

I’ve Worked with Refugees for Decades. Europe’s Afghan Crime Wave Is Mind-Boggling – Cheryl Benard, 2017.

Katerina Janouch: The Image of Sweden (Swe)

Katerina Janouch: I’m not lying about the image of Sweden – SVT Debate, 2017 (Swe)

MIPEX – Migrant Integration Policy Index

Minister roar to the Employment Service: You just have to fix this – 2016. (Swe)

Douglas Murray: The strange death of Europe – immigration, identity, islam. 2017.

Nine years to get a job – 2017. Svenskt Näringsliv. (Swe)

Prognosis of activity and spending July 2018 – The Migration Agency (Swe)

Prosecutor: They have no respect for the court – 2017 (Swe)

Protection and asylum in Sweden – Swedish Migration Agency

Tino Sanandaji: Mass-challenge – economical politics against alienation & antisocial behaviour, 2016. (Swe)

Sweden: The Cost of Migration – Gatestone Institute, 2019.

Sweden the worst at integration? – Ekonomifakta, 2017. (Swe)

The future employment of Sweden – Swedish Public Employment Service, 2019 (Swe)

The bill for asylum provision is 212 billion kronor – Tino Sanandaji, 2018. (Swe)

The Employment Service: Sweden needs large immigration to avoid a lack of labour – 2016. (Swe)

The Future Population of Sweden 2018-2070 – Statistics Sweden (Swe)

The Governments proposition concerning guidelines for the politics regarding immigration and minorities. 1975:26 – (Swe)

The imbalance between genders are almost like in China – Hans Rosling 2015 (Swe)

The Swedish Migration Agency

Things will go to hell if they don’t get jobs – Aftonbladet, 2019 (Swe)

Thousands of well-educated flee to Sweden – SVT News, 2015. (Swe)

Time for integration ESO 2018:3 – Joakim Ruist (Swe)

Unemployment among immigrants – EkonomifaktaFacts about Immigration – 2015 (Swe)


We made mistakes – that’s why segregation increase – Ibrahim Baylan, 2017. (Swe)

With the Migrants Voice – Institute for Future Studies, 2019 (Swe). Summary by World Values Survey in English.

Lars Åberg: The City of the Future – if the Sweden of tomorrow become like Malmö today, what will Sweden be like then? – 2017. (Swe)


What it takes to truly be ‘One of us’ – Pew Research Center, 2017