Irene Peroni is an Italian freelance journalist based in Oslo, Norway. She has worked for BBC Monitoring and BBC News Online in the past, and is currently collaborating with a few Italian and Swiss media outlets, including Swiss-Italian radio RSI.
Norway's Sami people fight for their land as reconciliation commission delves into their past
'Today we must apologize for the injustice the Norwegian state has previously inflicted on the Sami people through a...
Published in: HomeSplinters: September 2021 – sallies into the here & now
This month: Burning down the house... When machines suck humanity out of the economy... Norway's Sami people fight...
Bikinis or shorts – not always an obvious choice
What Norwegian papers dubbed ‘the panty crisis’ finds an odd counterpart in a beach volleyball attire row, where...
Published in: HomeSplinters: August 2021 – sallies into the here & now
This month: Spectacle of Terror 1...Oblivion adds tragedy to death...Dreams coming true... "No one really knows":...
Scandinavia has a ‘migrant-friendly’ reputation. But is that changing?
Ten years on from Norway’s Utøya massacre, a tragedy fuelled by a hatred of multiculturalism, borders are tightening...
World Cup glory? Norway’s football fans are more interested in human rights
The extraordinary defiance from 500 clubs against FIFA over Qatar 2022 is already inspiring other countries