Anna Pettersson, Kristianstad – Democracy and freedom, although we must put on more of a struggle to maintain it. Well-deined rights in the workplace. And good opportunities for education and development too. Foto: Sofyan Aswad
Asked five people at Österäng festival on 4th May.
Mariam Hasan, Kristianstad – A comfortable orderly life with systems that work, a big difference from the chaos in my home country. Everyone is honest, and people keep their promises. Foto: Sofyan Aswad Nuha Alsaati, Kristianstad – Security. Sweden is a good country for women and children, with good health care. Women who have never had a job before have started to work here, with heavy machines, for example, and on building-sites. Foto: Sofyan Aswad Maher Al-Khamisi, Kristianstad – Child care and geriatric care are excellent, and also the chance of an education. security and democracy could be better, bureaucracy is complicated. Foto: Sofyan Aswad Sumaya Salah, Kristianstad – Sweden is best for women and children. I feel safe. I cycle here, something I never learned to do in Syria. I've been helped right from day one. Foto: Sofyan Aswad