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Anne Kari Garberg

Almost everything [at SOAS] has a gendered perspective. That also goes for issues of corporate social responsibility and ethical investments.

Year graduated from SOAS
2008

Programme studied
MA Gender Studies

Current job title, name of organisation and country of work
Resarcher/Journalist, The Future in our Hands, Norway

What do you like about what you do?
I have an exciting and challenging job where I learn something new every day. My job offers me the opportunity to use my analytical skills as well as my journalistic skills. I produce news and reports about Norwegian companies’ human rights impacts worldwide. I always look for the gender perspective in my stories – I feel that it adds value to the work that I do.

How has your time at SOAS helped you succeed in this role?
Almost everything has a gendered perspective. That also goes for issues of corporate social responsibility and ethical investments. I always look for the gender perspective in my stories – I feel that it adds value to the work that I do.

Can you give current students any tips on getting into this kind of work?
Keep your eyes open, talk to people you meet and network, let them know your background and your skills - and your ambitions

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