Digitale trusler for journalistikken

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Frank Nervik, Norun Haugen, Ola Waagen og Piraya Film får Fritt Ords Honnør

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Krise, ytring og skrivelyst - faglig seminar fredag 1. november

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The Norwegian Journal of Photography will be the focal point of the autumn's premier photography exhibition at the Henie Onstad Art Centre. 23 August 2019 will mark the opening of the exhibition "Norwegian Documentary Photography", featuring works by all the photographers who have taken part in the four volumes of NJP.

Freedom of expression, current events and photography in the interface between art and documentary will be the focal points of the autumn's exhibition at the Henie Onstad Art Centre.

​​To identify and analyse the status of freedom of expression in Norway, the Fritt Ord Foundation is announcing the availability of up to MNOK 6 in framework funding for a research-based monitoring survey in 2020 - 2021.

The Monitoring Project on the status of freedom of expression in Norway has been carried out twice before by an interdisciplinary research consortium headed by the Institute for Social Research.

The Fritt Ord Foundation's project "Islam in Norway" invites the public to an open meeting about hatred and hostility towards Muslims, from 6-7.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 9 October 2019 at Kulturhuset, Youngs gate 6, Oslo.

When do hatred and hostility become dangerous, and why do these phenomena exist? What is it like to be subjected to hatred and hostility because of ethnic and religious affiliation? How do hatred and hostility towards Muslims influence society, language and identity, and what do we see when we draw parallels between hatred of Muslims and anti-Semitism? Exactly what is being done to identify and prevent this phenomenon?


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Fritt Ord, the Norwegian Critics' Association and the Press Photographers' Club, Norway, invite the public to a conference on working conditions for media freelancers in Norway. Which structural changes in the media industry will affect freelancers' routine work days in future? Are too many freelancers disappearing to the communications sector and to the production of marketing content? Why is it so difficult for freelancers to get paid better?

Time and venue: Wednesday, 25 September, Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo.

We are pleased to announce the call for applications for the Fritt Ord Journalism Fellowship for journalists funded by the Fritt Ord Foundation. This gives an unique opportunity for Norwegian journalists to benefit from a funded fellowship at the University of Oxford, commencing in January 2020. Application deadline: Wednesday 25 September 2019, at noon.

The Journalism Fellowship Programme at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is aimed at journalists with suitable experience from around the world whose professional work would be enhanced by a period of reflection, research and intellectual exchange with other journalists in Oxford. The Fellowship Programme has run for over 35 years and has a network of over 500 alumni from 93 countries.

NB! The screening has been moved to Klingenberg Kino. Tickets already picked up are still valid.

Integral Film and the Fritt Ord Foundation invite the public to the launch of the documentary film "A Gift from God" at 6 p.m. on Thursday, 26 September at Klingenberg Kino in Oslo. The film is the result of three years of intensive investigative journalism. Following the film, there will be a Q&A session with Henri Barkey from the USA, who appears in the film, and directors Nefise Özkal Lorentzen and Jørgen Lorentzen. Ingerid Salvesen will act as moderator.

The film is 60 minutes long, and the event will last from 6.00 p.m. to 8.15 p.m. It is free of charge. Online reservations are not being taken, so tickets must be picked up at the Saga Cinema on a first come, first serve basis.

The Fritt Ord Foundation is allocating up to MNOK 25 annually for four years for journalistic projects. The MNOK 100 initiative is entitled Norwegian Journalism.

The call for applications has six deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is 10 May 2019, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

Fritt Ords Honnør til Hans Fredrik Dahl

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