A new booklet highlights the challenges to freedom of expression, from a Nordic perspective. It is produced by the Nordic Journalist Centre for the Nordic Council of Ministers, and available as open access.
The booklet Nordic Voices on Freedom of Expression contains abstracts of 14 articles written by both female and male debaters, journalists, writers, and academics. They speak about freedom of expression as seen from their Nordic perspective – whether they are from Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, or Åland.
Nordic voices on freedom of expression is a snapshot of the debate book Den svåre yttrandefriheten – nordiska röster. The full-length articles, in Scandinavian languages, are available online at NJC’s website.
Download Nordic Voices on Freedom of Expression from Nordpub (the Nordic Council of Ministers' common publication portal).
The editors: Per Lundgren (Senior Advisor, Nordic Council of Ministers), Mogens Blicher Bjerregård (President, European Federation of Journalists) and Ole Rode Jensen (Nordic Journalist Centre).