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Bondeviks Center about Dagbladet Articles: - Trouble

Bondeviks Center about Dagbladet Articles: – Trouble

At the same time, the Oslo Center says in a press release:

– The Center did not cooperate with dictatorial political regimes throughout its tenure.

In the same press release on Tuesday morning, the Oslo Center announced that it was reviewing operations.

The center writes:

– Recently, Dagbladet wrote confusing articles about the Oslo Center. The Center takes these allegations seriously and seeks to clarify the role and position of the Foundation.

Press releases not signed. Committee Chairman Kjell Magne Bondevik confirms that this is from Center Director Carolina Olofsson, but did not want to comment further:

– No, I do not need it. Our director’s post fully covers my comments, he writes in an email to Dagbladet.

Dagbladet has applied for director Karolina Olofsson – not yet successful.

New Manager: Carolina Olofsson took over as head of the Oslo Center this summer. Photo: Oslosenteret
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Reform process

Highlights Olofson’s role in the news center:

– As of 1 June 2021, a new Director has been appointed to overhaul the Oslo Center. The Director of the Foundation has the primary responsibility for directing the Oslo Center and its operations. With a new director, a reform process was launched in the short term, where the Center is working to strengthen its position in democratic aid, the press release said.

The center writes that it has made changes to the makeup site – with a new visual identity and a new website. Now there is a new corporate strategy – which will be announced in mid-December. Work has also begun on developing strategies for communication, reporting and evaluation in the new year.

– The reform plan for the next three years will include financial processes, shareholder valuation processes, procurement and human resource assessment, the press release said.

First Name: Many big names have visited the Oslo Center.  Here, Kofi Annan, Kel McNee Bondevic and Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) photo during the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Oslo Center: Cornelius Pope / NDP

First Name: Many big names have visited the Oslo Center. Here, Kofi Annan, Kel McNee Bondevic and Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) photo during the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Oslo Center: Cornelius Pope / NDP
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The center continues:

– The management of the Oslo Center is actively working on these reforms. The Foundation places great importance on upholding democratic values ​​and the management agrees that the Center should function in an open and responsible manner. The reform process will certainly be challenging and demanding, but the Center is committed to evaluating previous processes and actions to ensure that the work is carried out in line with the current objectives of the foundation.

Got paid: Former Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik and the center he founded are said to have received millions from experts claiming to be a Muslim organization affiliated with the regime in Saudi Arabia. The money was laundered by prominent Conservative politician Amir J. Sent via Shake. Here we explain the case. Video: Lars Even Bones / Doppleted
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Clear

The center will also introduce clear responsibilities for the business, the statement said.

– Part of the reform of the Oslo Center has clear responsibilities for the various management committees and staff. The Board is responsible for the activities of the Oslo Center and for its assessment of funding, financial transparency and accountability.

Kjell Magne Bondevik, chairman of the committee for the Oslo Center, had previously told Dagbladet that he was working outside the Oslo Center. He noted that these were the events he had undertaken in conjunction with the Dialogue for Peace and the Muslim World League. As Dagbladet wrote, the bulk of the fee was transferred to the Oslo Center.

The press release states:

– The Foundation appreciates our team members and all they have done to support the Oslo Center through its development. As individuals, they have the right under Norwegian law to engage in other activities privately, without representing the foundation, while acting in accordance with the Centre’s guidelines (codes of conduct).

Expressions

Dagbladet wrote about:

Criticizes coverage

In the press release, the Oslo Center writes that they believe it has “not cooperated with authoritarian political regimes throughout its tenure.”

– With state funding, the Oslo Center has for many years received the support of mainly Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Belgium. The bulk of the funding is project-based and carried out in collaboration with corporate and corporate partners. Both private units and companies are presented in our annual reports, which are always publicly available on our website, the center writes.

The Center also criticizes Dagbladet’s coverage:

– The Oslo Center is an independent non-profit organization that has been subject to various phases since its inception. Since Dagbladet has not explored what the Foundation actually does, the Center now wants to clarify this. The Oslo Center operates with democratic assistance, Olofsson writes, and continues:

– The main purpose of the Center is to support and strengthen democratic processes by strengthening political and public institutions. Democratic organizations contribute to the acceptance of the needs of citizens and the value of their political participation, social involvement, human rights and dignity.

Distribution: Aamir J at the Awards Ceremony at the Opera.  Shake (left) and Kel Magne Pondevic.  Photo: Hans Arne Wetlock

Distribution: Aamir J at the Awards Ceremony at the Opera. Shake (left) and Kel Magne Pondevic. Photo: Hans Arne Wetlock
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Previous review

Kjell Magne Bondevik and Aamir J. Sheik have previously criticized Dagbladet’s coverage of Dagbladet’s comments on the Bahrain case.

– I have recorded that Dagbladet sees only to the detriment of my work and reputation, and has served as fiction. Therefore, I will not answer many of Dagbladet’s questions, based on some false reasons, Shaikh wrote in an email.

He has asked Dockbladet Shake to clarify what he thinks is wrong. He did not answer. Pontevic wrote in an email that he would not answer questions:

– With my experience with Dagbladet’s journalists during these times, I will not answer further questions if I am presented with a dishonest and biased agenda. Many of them are based on false premise and are unacceptably suspicious.

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