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Ann Törnkvist

Stockholm, Sweden
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About Ann
Crime reporter and nonfiction author – Radio and TV journalist – Literary journalism teacher – Fixer and translator.

International clients: BBC, TIME, Al Jazeera, NPR, CSMonitor, Global Post, Foul Play Magazine, among others.

Swedish clients: Swedish Radio, Swedish Television, Svenska Dagbladet newspaper, and freelance clients including the tabloid Aftonbladet and the photography magazine Fotografisk tidskrift.
Languages
English French Swedish
Services
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Feature Stories Research
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Skills
Politics Current Affairs Media Training
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Portfolio

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As a fixer for TIME, I secured an interview with the usually media-hostile neo-Nazi organisation NMR.

05 Feb 2020  |  Time
The article discusses the alarming rise of anti-Semitism in Europe, highlighting incidents of hate crimes against Jews, such as threatening notes and arson attacks in Sweden, and the doubling of attacks in the U.S. It points out that anti-Semitic acts have spiked across Europe, with the U.K., France, and Germany reporting significant increases. The article explores the various sources of anti-Semitism, including white supremacists, far-left Israel bashers, and immigrants from Muslim countries. It also addresses the role of the internet in spreading hate and the normalization of anti-Semitism in daily life. Despite the grim situation, the article notes efforts to combat anti-Semitism, such as initiatives by teachers, imams, rabbis, and local activists, and the European Commission's actions to ensure Jewish safety. The article concludes with personal stories of Jews in Europe who have faced anti-Semitism and the community's response to these challenges.

How Sweden’s ‘most wanted man’ brought a town together

23 Dec 2015  |  aljazeera.com
Moder Mothanna Magid, an Iraqi asylum seeker, was mistakenly suspected of planning a terrorist attack and became Sweden's 'most wanted man'. After being released without charge, he chose to stay in Boliden, the town he had been living in, and invited the residents to a party to apologize for the inconvenience caused by his arrest. The event, which saw 80 attendees, was seen as a gesture of peace and an opportunity for cultural exchange and integration. While the community showed support for Moder, there were also concerns about the government's ability to handle the influx of refugees, with predictions of 190,000 new arrivals for the year 2015.
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