Mette Wiggen is a Lecturer in Teaching and Scholarship at POLIS, University of Leeds. She is a specialist on the radical right in Scandinavia; she also focuses upon widening participation in Higher Education, as well as engaging young Europeans in politics and society.
Published in: Countering the Radical Right: OpinionNorway, we need to talk about racism
Attacks on a politician and a new book marking the tenth anniversary of the Utøya massacre have finally led to a...
Published in: Countering the Radical Right: AnalysisAs Norway’s far Right declines in popularity, a new populist force rises
The pandemic hasn't given Fremskrittspartiet many chances to shine, and it has fallen dramatically in the polls. In...
Published in: Countering the Radical RightIs it now OK to drape swastikas around town?
In Norway, hate speech often hides behind the cover of freedom of expression.
Published in: Countering the Radical RightBehind Norway’s terrorist attack that was luckily thwarted
Has the Norwegian police learned anything from its failure in the 2011 Breivik attacks?
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Does Sweden's mainstream have to talk to the Sweden Democrats?
With the media on their side, the SD has managed to persuade many unionised women in the health service that it is...