Based on her experience of writing Two Sisters, her new book about two Norwegian sisters who leave their home near Oslo for jihad Syria, Åsne Seierstad comes to the Centre for Investigative Journalism to talk about how to report the conflict in Syria, domestic Islamic extremism and the rise of the Islamic State group.
Åsne Seierstad is an acclaimed Norwegian writer and investigative journalist and the author of The Bookseller of Kabul. Her books have sold over a million copies to date: Two Sisters was the best-selling book in Norway in 2016.
The CIJ is an independent charity committed to the education and training of journalists, editors and researchers towards critical in-depth reporting and defence of the public interest and is housed at Goldsmiths.
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|21 Mar 2018||12:30pm - 2:30pm|
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