View on Iceland: Women Politicians, Music and Mass Tourism
Once you finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news, events and features, you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.
1. ‘Iceland Blows The U.S. Away When It Comes To Women In Politics’ – The Huffington Post
48% of Iceland’s elected MPs are women and Iceland tops the World Economic Forum’s list of countries ranked by gender equality in politics, education, health and economic opportunity. Find out more about women in Icelandic politics here.
2. ‘12 Tónar record shop and label, Reykjavik’ – The Guardian
A review by Monocled Man’s Rory Simmons of 12 Tónar, an unassuming music shop and café in downtown Reykjavik. Discover what attracts Simmons to the place, “staffed by people just as passionate about the local music and arts scene as the musicians themselves”.
3. ‘Iceland hits back at claims it has turned into Disneyland’ – The Telegraph
Director of Tourism at Promote Iceland Inga Hlín Pálsdóttir takes a look at some of the issues surrounding the current boom in tourism in Iceland and sets out why it is something to be proud of and a challenge to be relished.
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