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Taghreed's future – journalist in Sweden

For the past four months Taghreed Aljbawi, a journalist from Syria, has been a trainee at Kb Mosaik. ”I wanted to get an insight into journalism in Sweden. The newspaper is a good example of how multilengual journalists work together”.
Kristianstad • Publicerad 15 juni 2020

You started your Sfi-studies by distance on 18th March?

– Yes, as parents, both teachers and pupils, we must take the corona virus seriously.

– I can study whenever it suits me. It works very well. Every week we students have a video meeting with our two teachers. They’re very good. We speak nothing but Swedish then.

What is hard about distance studying?

– We live in a small flat, with two young children. When I’m having a lesson, it isn’t easy to keep an eye on them, my husband has to go out with them. That was a big problem in the cold weather. So they had to have an I-pad to keep them from disturbing me.

Why are you at Kb Mosaik as a trainee?

– Kb Mosaik provides a big service for new arrivals by publishing information and news in languages other than Swedish, especially just now during the corona pandemic.


Taghreed Aljbawi

Age: 40.

Born: In Daraa.

Lives: In Olofström.

Family: Husband and two children.

Work: Started work as a journalist in 2002 in Syria, mostly on the newspaper Althawra. Worked there until 2015, when she came to Sweden. Has had a trainee place on Sydöstran.

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