"Kim Wall's memory is honored in the year that it is awarded not one but two fellowships to women journalists who work in her spirit."
"– this is the kind of thing Kim would have liked to write. Now when she can't go out in the world and write, it gives it meaning for us, " says her mother Ingrid Wall to the TT."
"Two freelance journalists with reportageidéer out of the ordinary, was awarded during the Saturday evening 5 000 dollars each from Kim Wall Memorial Fund."
"The first, Violeta Isabel dos Santos Moura from Portugal, intends to examine the trade in human skin between the third world and the cosmetic beauty industry in the western world."
"– Horrendous. It is a very interesting story – if it is true, " says Ingrid Wall, gone through around a fjärdel of the 100 scholarship applications that have been submitted to the fund."
"In this work, the choice fell also on the american investigative reporter Christina Ayele Djossa-Ahoeletes, that receive a grant to explore how community mosou in China can preserve its language, thanks to the karaoke."
"the grant, which was awarded for the first time last year, should go to a female journalist whose work is to bring Kim's Walls journalistic spirit on. Kim Wall itself reported, for example, from Sri Lanka and tourism in Haiti. Her reportage on climate change and nuclear testing in the Marshall islands has received awards."
"Her last story, to write about the Danish space race, was never clear. The journalist was murdered during the ubåtsfärd in the sound that was supposed to give her the material to the intended article."
"Because Kim Wall, lost his life during their occupation, are therefore a part of the scholarship amount from Kim Wall Memorial Fund for the right insurance for the female journalist who goes out into the world, says Ingrid Wall."
"– this fund makes a difference. Not least because we put the focus on the working conditions for female journalists."
"this year, when Kim Wall would have turned 32 years old, was the two scholarships. And the money in the fund to her memory, a total of 375 000 dollars, will go a long way. A scholarship annually – between 75 and 80 years, " says Ingrid Wall."
"– this is a way for us to let Kim's memory live on."
"Kim Wall) was a Swedish journalist, born in 1987 in Trelleborgstrakten."
"She studied, among other things, journalism and international relations at Columbia University in New York. She also read at the London School of Economics and Political Science."
"Wall worked for several international magazines such as uk's The Guardian, american The New York Times and The South China Morning Post in Hong kong."
"Wall reported, for example, from Sri Lanka and tourism in Haiti. Kim Walls reportage on climate change and nuclear testing in the Marshall islands has received awards."
"Kim Wall was found dead in August 2017."
"Danish ubåtsbyggaren Peter Madsen was sentenced by the Copenhagen byret (district court) to life imprisonment for murder. The sentence was appealed to the high court (court of appeal), which upheld the livstidsstraffet in september."