Life in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby seen through the eyes of a mother fighting to improve life for its residents.
Fatma Naib is a New York Festivals Award-winning Eritrean-Swedish freelance journalist based in Stockholm. She previously worked at Al Jazeera English... based in Doha focusing on race, FGM, social justice, culture, refugees and women’s issues. Reported from Sweden, Kenya, Somaliland, Senegal, Zanzibar, Sudan, UK, Geneva and Egypt during the Arab Spring. Her latest film was Correspondent - The Cut: Exploring FGM.
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