I KNOW WHAT A SNIPPA IS: Why you need to Protect your kids, Is The Swedish Judiciary Current?
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
You need to listen to this episode. It’s how outdated the Swedish judiciary system can be sometimes. I am glad that this issue has raised a lot of dust and that changes are being made to address this. I applaud Sweden for how things can change immediately when people speak against something; in this case, a court case. Sweden stands for children’s rights in all situations. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. Contact me via email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com Find me on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithemma Please share this episode with your friends and loved ones w ..read more
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Election in Nigeria: Towards Progress or Corruption? Everything is at Stake, Who are Nigerians? Are there Nigerians in Sweden and Why? Tribalism and ethnic Hatred
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
I am first a Nigerian Igbo African Woman. Nigerian's presidential election 2023 is ongoing and everything is at stake. The Nigerian youths want change and progress in all ramifications. The Nigerian election is an important part of the country's democratic process. It allows for the expression of the people's will and helps to ensure that the government is accountable to the people. The Nigerian election is also a crucial step in the development of the country, as it allows for the peaceful transfer of power. The Nigerian election is overseen by the INEC, which is responsible for ensuring that ..read more
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Honoring the Dead: Burial Rites in Sweden vs Nigeria; What is Different, Very Different, Simple, My Experience was Totally Different.
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
Life is finite, and death is inevitable, making honoring the dead an important part of life. In Sweden and Nigeria, burial is a special way to commemorate the life of a loved one and ensure their memory lives on. In this episode, I shared my experience of burial rites in both countries. Eye-opening but enriching experience. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. Contact me via email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com Find me on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithemma Please share this episode with your friends and loved ones who are planning to move abroad or live in a new co ..read more
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A Typical Week in Stockholm: Working from Home, Racial Disparity in Health Care Knowledge and Skincare, Åhlens City, A Recap.
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by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
Every week in Stockholm is quite different but this week was filled with discoveries. From encountering the staff at Åhléns City, to learning about health disparities in Sweden and the lack of information on black skin, to other lifestyle experiences in the city. I hope you enjoy this episode. Have a lovely week. #livinginsweden #livingabroad #migratingtoSweden #immigrant #livinginsweden #integrationsweden #migratingtosweden #inkludering #sverige #whatyouneedtoknow #toknow #immigrationsweden #lifestyle #stockholmlifestyles #swedenliving #changingperspectives --- Send in a voice message: https ..read more
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Open Minded Society: Does Religion Matter, Journey Towards and Away From Religion & FAITH in Sweden.
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by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
Sweden is not a secular country neither are Swedes religious people. Sweden used to be a religious country and still celebrates some Christian traditions like Christmas, Easter, Ascension day, The day of the dead and numerous Catholic Christian traditions etc. Irrespective of the religious history in Sweden, Swedes are mostly atheists. Religion and faith is no longer very important as it used to be in Sweden. In this episode, I shared how living in a society like Sweden has changed my perspective, thoughts and practices towards religion, faith and God. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spot ..read more
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I am A Mentor for Mitt Livs Chans: Mentoring, Meeting New People, Feeling Excluded; The Them vs Us, The Swedish Surname Dilemma, Another Job Search Experience
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
When they go low, we go how we choose to go. In this episode, I shared my CV experience and how a surname can be used to exclude you from the labour market. But also having a mentor helps you see the other and the bigger picture. Find a mentor. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. Contact me via email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com Find me on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithemma Please share this episode with your friends and loved ones who are planning to move abroad or live in a new country like Sweden. Do have a great weekend. #livingabroad #migratingtoSweden #imm ..read more
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Answering Questions from My Listeners - From Kent
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
In this episode, I answered the questions I received from a listener by the name Kent. Your friend who gave you advice on dating is she African? Are some African women who immigrate to Sweden interested in Swedish guys? If you have questions or topics you want me to discuss, you can send me an email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com Also follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. I am on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithemma Have a great week. //Emma. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fikafridayswithemma/message ..read more
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One thing You Need to be Prepared & Ready: Life As A Pensioner in Sweden, An Immigrant in Sweden.
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
Listen to my thoughts on the pension system in system, what you need to know and be aware of. We are not here to play rather we are here to see to it that we get a better life as a pensionär in Sweden. This is what they will not tell you but here on Fika Fridays With Emma, we keep you informed and posted on things and how to prepare yourself beforehand. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. Contact me via email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com Find me on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithemma Please share this episode with your friends and loved ones who are planning to m ..read more
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For Better or For Worse: Has Sweden Changed You the Way it Changed All of Us Here?
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
Integration has a role to play here. Some of us have found ourselves being more Swedish than the Swedes or less than we used to be. We now adhere to unwritten rules, adapting and adjusting to the values of our new culture and society as we try to ‘fit in’. I don’t want to lose myself or my identity as a person, as a Nigerian woman, and African woman. Sadly, or happily I am changing and so are many of us living in Sweden. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. Contact me via email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com You can find me on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithemma Ple ..read more
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Immigration to Sweden: A New Life or An Adventure: Sweden from the Eyes of a Migrant Woman. Hint! AI Tome Did this!
Fika Fridays with Emma
by Emma- The Girl Who Moved To Sweden
11M ago
I have heard quite a lot about AI and what it can do in the life of a creative. Today, I asked AI Tome to create a presentation for this episode. This is the result of the curious exercise. I loved how quickly it gave a detailed presentation of my topic. It included interesting pictures in the presentation, and even though I like how effective this exercise went, I didn't find it interactive and engaging enough. But I love it anyways. Please follow and rate my podcast on Spotify. Contact me via email at fikafridayswithemma@yahoo.com Find me on Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram @fikafridayswithem ..read more
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