Expo Foundation

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The Expo Foundation is a Swedish non-profit, private, religiously and politically unbiased foundation, started in 1995 at the initiative of, among others, journalist and author Stieg Larsson, who was also editor in chief of Expo magazine and president of the foundation until his death 2004. Chairman of the Expo Foundation is Charles Westin and the magazine is headquartered in Stockholm.[1]

The Expo platform safeguards democracy and freedom of speech against racist, right-wing extremist, anti-Semitic and totalitarian tendencies throughout society. Expo is not connected to any specific parties or political groups, but cooperates with all individuals and groups who share the foundation's platform. The Expo Foundation carries out editorial and opinion-forming work and is run by the editorial staff, consisting mostly of volunteering journalists.

Expo Foundation is the publisher of Expo magazine whose Editor-in-chief is Daniel Poohl and reports daily news on expo.se. Maintains the Expo archive, the largest source of information on the extreme right and anti-democratic phenomena in all of Scandinavia. Lectures and informs on the Swedish and European extreme right for, amongst others, teachers, politicians and journalists. Carries out continuous research on the extreme right.[2]