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How YOU can contribute to The Local

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Published: 04.Mar.2019 16:30 hrs

Would you like to help tell the story of Sweden and take a more active role in The Local's community? Here's how to do it.

If you're reading this article, chances are you are already a Member of The Local. One of our goals behind Membership is to get readers more involved, and in fact we regularly get questions from Members and readers alike asking how they can contribute their ideas and voices to our local-global community.

This article lists a few examples of how you can get involved, and if you have even more ideas, please don't hesitate to email me. But don't worry, this is completely voluntary and lurkers are also more than welcome.

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