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Jan 14, 2015

The Institute of regional press invites journalists of Murmansk region and Karelia to participate in the seminar in the framework of the international project "Journalism – investigation" (SCOOP - Russia).

 

Dec 25, 2014

Journalists from Murmansk and Archangelsk regions and Karelia will monitor the openness of the courts, the police and the investigative committee.

Dec 20, 2014
Barents Press took part in the Nordic Forum for security policy-2014 which was held in the Norwegian city of Tromsø. This discussion brought together more than 70 participants from Scandinavia and Russia. The Forum discussed the problems of oil and gas, Arctic ecology, indigenous peoples.
 

Then we go!

May 21, 2010


Barents Press secretariat are open on SAS Radison Blu in Bodø. Ash from Eyjafjallajokull on Island doesn't admit of solution, but we are here!

Generalmotets secretariatPhoto: Robert Sandström

Alexander Kjønsø Karlsen, Arne Egil Tønset, Helge Lyngmoe and Dag Kristoffersen to your service in Bodø.

In the secretariat you will meet Alexander Kjønsø Karlsen and Dag Kristoffersen. Behind then you can see Arne Egil Tønset, chairman BP Norway and member of BPI, and Helge Lyngmoe, member of the international Board.

Robert Sandström, Chairman of the international Board

This happened today, Friday 21:

Arrival delegations

12:00 – 23:00
Registration at the hotel

13:00
Lunch at Radisson

17:20
Arrival delegations from Murmansk and Archangelsk

CANCEL (Ash from Eyjafjallajokull on Island.)

20:00

Arrival delegations from Sweden, Finland and Karelia

20:00

Dinner at Radisson

21:30

Film at the hotell: From Vardø with Love – a Russian-Norwegiandocumentary about music and good neighbours in The Cold War; about  ordinary people and neighbours, living on the top of Europe during the Cold War, when mutual suspicion and power games ruled international politics and relations between East and West.

CANCEL (Film stop in Tromsø.)

A story about a little brass band from the island of Vardø in North-eastern Norway and their adventurous trip to Murmansk in 1959.

Without any visas, exuberantly defying bureaucracy and the cold war, Vardø Town Band set off in a fishing boat to visit their Soviet neighbours. It became a trip they never would forget, and it would have major consequences.

Social gathering at the hotel.

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