The Bergen International Literature Festival had all 69 events in February. A total of 75 writers from 20 nations participated on the stage. The theme ranged from "Identity and populism" (Carsten Jensen / Thomas Hylland Eriksen) to "Ballar, chickens and wives" (Helene Uri). Also events such as "Poetic Punk Gala", Siss Vik's night talk with Thomas Espedal or the opening performance with Hissa Hilal from Saudi Arabia were full.
Based on this, Ny Tid chose to talk to three people about leadership at the Literature Festival in Bergen. While NRK's Tomm Kristiansen believes that southern Africa is facing a bright future, Amnesty International's Ina Tin sees the future of the Middle East in the dark. And sociologist Heinz Bude believes that society is driven by. . .
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