This video from Iceland says about itself:
19 April 2010 — The black report in Iceland was read nonstop for 6 days, day and night.
And in the middle of the video, there was a protest last Saturday.
April saw the release of the “Black Report” by a committee of Icelandic MPs in to the banking collapse that hit the island’s economy in 2008. Based on its findings, several arrests of leading figures in Icelandic financial circles have taken place: here.
Iceland’s parliament has narrowly voted to refer former Prime Minister Geir Haarde to a special court over his role in the country’s financial crisis: here.
Update 8 October 2010: here.
Iceland’s power supply went from 75% imported coal to more than 80% local geothermal and hydro in 30 years: here.
REYKJAVIK, Nov 17 2013 (IPS) – Women in Iceland have been more badly affected by the economic collapse in 2008 than their male counterparts, both in terms of physical and mental health, studies show: here.
- Day of the Icelandic Language Celebrated (icelandreview.com)
- Iceland rises from the ashes of banking collapse (theguardian.com)
- Icelandic MP: Britain spied on Iceland during banking crisis (upi.com)
- One in Ten Icelanders will Become a Published Author in Their Lifetime (factday.com)