22 January 1950 |
||Journalist, foreign correspondent, anchor-man and senior advisor
Tomm Kristiansen (born 22 January 1950) is an award winning Norwegian author and journalist, known for his work as foreign news correspondent for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK). Amongst Norwegians he is known as "the voice from Africa", through his job as correspondent in Harare.
After two years as adviser to Salva Kiir, the president of South Sudan, Kristiansen has now moved to Geneva to become Communications Offices for Action by Churches Together, International.
Kristiansen has openly criticized the United Nations system in the Sudan conflict, and pointed the UN system being helpless in conflicts in general.