Last Friday, 16 May, I was a keynote speaker at the 1st European Hospitality Tribunal in Stavanger, organised by the International Cities of Refuge Network, ICORN, an association of cities and regions around the world dedicated to the value of freedom of expression. My speech about freedom of movement and how to build a coalition [...]
I presented my ideas on immigration to Norway’s minister of labour and social inclusion, Bjarne Håkon Hanssen (far right in picture, a social democrat politically), at a seminar in Oslo this week organised by Civita. He is preparing (hopefully progressive) immigration reforms.
In Norwegian. Read it here
An article in ABC Nyheter. Click hereDag Ekelberg of Civita writing about what I said in Dagbladet. Read it hereSofie Mathiassen interviewed me for Dagens Naeringsliv. Read it here
Click here to read the full article in Norwegian.
I spoke at a breakfast meeting in Oslo this morning organised by a Norwegian think-tank called Civita, along with Per-Willy Amundsen of the anti-immigration Progress party and Olaf Thommessen of the Liberal party. I got a fantastic reception. Thanks
For those of you who understand Norwegian, Immigrants has been reviewed, positively I’m told, on Civita’s website.