Nominations for the Freedom of Expression Foundation Prize 2016

Each year, Fritt Ord awards the Freedom of Expression Foundation Prize to individuals or institutions that have shown civil courage and worked to defend and strengthen freedom of expression and the conditions for it in Norway, especially by encouraging dynamic debate.
The Fritt Ord Foundation invites nominations for potential candidates for the prize. Nominations should be a maximum of 4000 characters long and include a brief description of the nominee's efforts and a grounded justification for why the person or organisation in question deserves the prize. Please do not send attachments. 

Nominations for the prize should be submitted to post@frittord.no. The email should be marked: "The Freedom of Expression Foundation Prize 2017". The deadline for nominations is 12 noon on Monday, 23 January.

The Fritt Ord Foundation's Board will review the nominations parallel to considering the Board's own nominations. The nominations will not be made public.
The prize is the Fritt Ord Foundation's highest distinction. It consists of the Freedom of Expression Foundation statuette crafted by Nils Aas, and a prize of NOK 400 000. 

A list of former recipients can be found here.

Trumpisme på norsk? Politikere og sosiale medier i et valgår
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Artica Svalbard was founded by the The Norwegian Ministry of Culture, Fritt Ord and SpareBank1 (Nord-Norge’s Cultural Business Development Foundation), on the 8th of November 2016. Artica Svalbard is pleased to announce its inaugural opening in Longyearbyen on the 30th and 31st March this year.

The Fritt Ord Foundation and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius hereby invite nominations of journalists, bloggers, internet media and newspapers for the 2017 Free Media Awards.

The Free Media Awards are awarded to journalists and media outlets from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.