Category: NGOs

Sidsel Wold takes the prize

….. and the winner is…. Sidsel Wold… for her extraordinary capacity to transmit international news… The Perspective price is awarded by the Norwegian Refugee Council The jury awarded the price because Wold tillegg til å beskrive og analysere politiske og…

IDF invited to SKUP conference

SKUP is a Norwegian foundation for a critical and investigative press, formally founded in Bergen in 1991. One of their missions is to arrange a yearly conference dedicated to explorative journalism. This year features a very special invited guest: the…

Al Jazeera and the Norwegian news outfits

As the riots in Egypt reach day 7 and no signs of any of the parts yielding to pressure, media outlets around the world seem to be in the mood for a little fantasy, to stoke the flames of discontent…

Testing the Norwegian media…

Lets just wait and see how long before this piece is picked up by Norwegian media. Apparently, the Palestinian woman whom it is claimed died of inhaling Israeli tear gas at a anti-fence demonstration on the West Bank was not…

We were molested, whines NTNU Chancellor

Thanks to wackyleaks we now know that news that professors at NTNU who proposed an academic and cultural boycott of Israel presented as a combo pack with highly biased “seminars” on Israel, caused considerable Transatlantic upset and that Washington politicians…

Gaza lacks construction material?

Or so we are told by organizations(Amnesty International, Christian Aid, the Norwegian Refugee Council, Oxfam International and Save the Children UK) who claim that Israel is not living up to Gaza promises. Here are two excerpts from the article in JP:…

Bishop is the new Prophet

The Rev. Harald Nordhaug, the bishop of Bjørgvin offers new exegetic insights and refers to Palestinian political priest Naim Ateek with whom he cosponsored an event in Bergen this week. According to the Reverend Bishop, the Bible (as in the…