Expo is a nondenominational and nonpartisan foundation established in 1995 by Stieg Larson (1954–2004) among others. Since the beginning, journalistic coverage of the far right has been at the heart of Expo’s work.
Expo defends the democratic society against the threat posed by racism. Their fundamental values are that people should not be judged by where they come from, by what their faith is, or by their appearance. They believe that racism is countered best by arming people with knowledge of the mechanisms and language of racism and how it is organized. EXPO are not tied to any political position on a Left-Right spectrum.
EXPO gather information about racist groups, networks and phenomena, and keep an archive of far-right material. They produce the quarterly Expo Magazine, that consists of features, analyses and opinion pages on racism in Sweden and internationally. Daily and throughout Sweden, Expo gives talks at schools, government agencies, NGOs and businesses.
The Robert Weil Family Foundation is a proud long term supporter of EXPO.EXPO