Expo.se - Magazine started by the famous author Stieg Larsson - nominated for two publishing awards

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Expo.se Website by Ramsalt Lab

Expo just got nominated for two prestigious publishing awards in Sweden, best magazine and best magazine website. The winners will be announced 7th of November 2018 in Stocholm where Ramsalt Lab will be present. We are very excited for this news and have decided to share with you the secrets behind building Expo.se on Drupal. So stay tuned for more the following days. 

Short about the Expo 

Expo is a Swedish anti-racist magazine started in 1995 by Stieg Larsson, also known as the author of the Millennium novel series, where the inspiration comes from Expo. Expo magazine is issued by the non-profit Expo Foundation. The magazine contains investigative journalism focused on nationalist, racist, anti-democratic, anti-semitic, and far-right movements and organisations. Expo became widely known in Sweden after 1996 following a string of threats and attacks directed against companies printing and selling the magazine, and organisations supporting it. The magazine is headquartered in Stockholm. More about Expo on Wikipedia

Have a look at the website on Expo.se

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