Lena Bjurström

Lena Bjurström is a freelance journalist who writes about exile, gender and justice for La Chronique d'Amnesty, Politis, Femmes ici et ailleurs and others. For the media outlet Les Jours, she wrote a two-year investigation on Anwar Raslan, a former Syrian intelligence colonel on trial for crimes against humanity in Koblenz, Germany. At the same time, she observes the multiplication of Syrian cases in European courts for Justice Info. In 2019, she co-founded the Focus collective, which brings together independent journalists and documentary filmmakers who share the same obsession with long-term reporting.

Lafarge and the judicial twists and turns of corporate liability in France
Since 2016, the Lafarge case seems to have been stretched out over the years and the appeals. But its many twists and turns raise questions about complicity in crimes against humanity, the place of a company as a defendant and the role of NGOs. Along with other cases, such as the one against Castel which […]
By Lena Bjurström, for JusticeInfo.net
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