Calendar - Archive

mars
01
2019

Fritt Ord-konkurransen: Tegningen som ytring

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november
08
2018

Lærerseminar: Tegningen som ytring

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november
02
2018

Global Challenges to Freedom of Expression and Ending Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2, 0258 Oslo, on Friday 2nd November from 9am-2pm.

On Friday 2nd November ARTICLE 19, Fritt Ord, the Norwegian Union of Journalists and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will host a special event in Oslo to mark the fourth International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

Prominent press freedom advocates and journalists, as well as leading agencies and the Government, will come together to discuss crucial challenges concerning the protection and safety of journalists around the world.

november
01
2018

Raghu Rai - An Unframed Portrait: Screening and Conversation

The Fritt Ord Foundation, Piraya Film and Norwegian Journal of Photography invite the public to a unique screening of Raghu Rai - An Unframed Portrait, and a conversation between the photographer Raghu Rai, director Avani Rai and VII photographer Linda Bournane Engelberth.

The screening will take place at Klingenberg 2, at 6.30 pm on Thursday 1 November 2018.
Tickets are 125 NOK and can be purchased through NFKino.no.

oktober
16
2018

Leaving extremism behind - film screening and conversation

Sant og Usant, Fritt Ord, Oslo Documentary Cinema, the Consortium for Research on Terrorism and International Crime and the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX) invite the public to a screening of the documentary film Exit, followed by a discussion. Meet former left- and right-wing extremists and members of Jihadist movements from Germany, Denmark and France for a discussion after the film.

Tuesday, 16 October 5 p.m. at Vika Cinema
Tickets are available for purchase here.


What does it take to leave a violent, extremist movement? How does one break with everything that is familiar and start over from scratch? How can we as a community pave the way for individuals to find their way out of an extremist group?

oktober
11
2018

Rekonstruksjon Utøya – Oslopremiere og samtale med ungdomspolitikere og medvirkende i filmen

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oktober
02
2018

Free Media Awards 2018 - Conference in Yerevan

The 2018 Free Media Awards will be bestowed at the Free Media Awards conference in Yerevan, Armenia under the auspices of Fritt Ord and ZEIT-Stiftung, on Tuesday 2 October 2018.

The awards go to:
  • Chai Khana in South-Caucasus for their efforts to bring attention to under-reported news stories spanning national borders in the region
  • Fontanka in Russia for their coverage of ongoing and forgotten conflicts
  • The Belarusian website Belarus Partisan for their tireless investigative work, also following the murder of their editor-in-chief in 2016.

Read more about the laureates here.

oktober
01
2018

The Fritt Ord Foundation's climate grant

​Are you planning to write a master's thesis on the relationship between §112 of the Constitution of Norway and climate change?

The Fritt Ord Foundation and the Norwegian Climate Foundation are announcing up to three climate grants for students at the faculties of Law at the University of Tromsø, the University of Bergen and the University of Oslo. The grants are earmarked for students who would like to write a major* master's thesis. The grants are for NOK 50 000 each.

september
21
2018

Earmarked funding for Norwegian journalism

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.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media, and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The call for applications has seven deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is 18 May 2018, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

september
20
2018

Cartoons Between the Political and the Personal

When: Thursdag 20 September at 6 p.m.
Where: The Kapittel Festival at Stavanger Public Library, Sølvberggata 2

Meet three cartoonists who use personal experiences to form political messages: Ellen Ekman, Khalid Albaih, and Ali Dorani.

Moderator: Erle Marie Sørheim

september
17
2018

Film Screening and Conversation on White Right: Meeting the Enemy

##Update: This screening is now fully booked, and there are no longer any available seats. We apologise.##

Fritt Ord invites the public to a film screening and conversation on White Right: Meeting the Enemy, the 2018 Emmy-nominated documentary film about the Charlottesville rally, the race wars, fascism, racism, and alt-right in America today. The event will take place on Monday, 17 September 2018 at 6 p.m., at Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo.

september
17
2018

Call for Applications: The Fritt Ord Journalism Fellowship – In Honour of Preben Munthe

The Fritt Ord Foundation funds half a year of study and research in Oxford for a Norwegian journalist. The fellowship will be given to a journalist ordinarily resident in Norway. The fellow will spend six months at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University, commencing January 2019.

Closing date for applications: Monday 17 September, 2018 at noon.

september
14
2018

Master's knowledge to the people 2018

When: Friday, 14 September 2018, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Would you like to participate in the social debate using the professional expertise you have acquired as a master's degree student? Are you interested in sharing findings from your master's thesis with the public, but uncertain about how to proceed? The Fritt Ord Foundation invites you to a writing workshop for master's degree students who have received Fritt Ord student grants and for master's degree students who are writing within the fields of human rights, journalism, freedom of speech and democracy.

september
11
2018

Følsom forskning - mellom medier og politikk

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august
23
2018

The role of parents in Muslim communities

The Fritt Ord Foundation's project "Islam in Norway" invites the public to a debate about childhood conditions, child-rearing and minority parents' relationship to the majority society on Thursday, 23 August 2018, 6 p.m. –7.30 p.m. at the House of Literature, Wergelandsveien 29, Oslo.

How can we ensure that children get a safe, multi-cultural identity? To what extent do parents' degree of assimilation and their financial situation affect one's chances of success in Norwegian society? Why is it important in some societies to have more social control of girls than boys, and what are the consequences of this?

august
08
2018

Earmarked funding for Norwegian journalism

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.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media, and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The call for applications has seven deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is 8 August 2018, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

juni
29
2018

Call for applications from libraries 2018-19: Ready, steady, debate!

Fritt Ord invites applications for grants of NOK 60 000 each for communications activities and discussions based on contemporary factual prose and fiction. For example, funding can be used for debates, seminars, talks with writers or discussion fora.

In recent years, libraries have taken on a whole new role as an arena for public discussions and debates by offering venues for events. Which new topics of debate can the libraries bring into the public space? Which relevant publications and authorships have the potential to capture the interest of a wide audience? Which topics of debate are of concern to young people today? Are there new forms of arrangements that inspire audiences to engage in dialogue and conflicts of opinion?

juni
18
2018

Which media do we trust?

​Fritt Ord and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism invite the public to the launch of the annual media survey entitled the Reuters Institute Digital News Report and a debate on confidence in the media, on Monday, 18 June from 5 - 6.30 p.m. at Fritt Ord's premises at Uranienborgveien 2.

The Reuters Institute Digital News Report is the world's largest media survey on trends in digital media habits. Norway was included in the survey for the first time in 2016, and the report compares the development of Norwegian media markets with those in 36 other countries in America, Europe and Asia.

mai
29
2018

How to Create Cultural Hubs for the Whole City

On Tuesday, 29 May at 16.45 pm, the Fritt Ord Foundation, Sparebankstiftelsen DNB and Fondazione CRT will host a session on the role of culture hubs such as literature houses and culture centres. What does it take for a building to become one of the most important venues in a city for exchanging opinions?

The Fritt Ord Foundation, which established the House of Literature (Litteraturhuset) in Oslo in 2007; and the Savings Bank Foundation DNB, which opened The Centre (Sentralen) in 2014; will share their insights into how these cultural hubs have become popular, important meeting places for natives and visitors alike in their city.

mai
26
2018

Norwegian Journal of Photography Seminar at DOK18

​On Saturday, 26 May, at the Doc Festival in Fredrikstad, you will have a chance to meet two photographers from the Norwegian Journal of Photography, as well as Gösta Flemming, book editor at the Journal Publishing House.

Each year, the Doc Festival attracts hundreds of photography enthusiasts to Fredrikstad, where there are seminars, workshops and exhibitions. This year's programme also includes the Norwegian Journal of Photography.

On Saturday, 26 May, from 12 to 1 p.m., former NJP photographers Margaret M. De Lange and Ivar Kvaal will talk about their projects, and the publisher of the NJP series, Editor Gösta Flemming, from Journal Publishers, will talk about the book process.

mai
18
2018

FRITT ORD FOUNDATION'S GRANTS FOR CRITICS: GOOD CRITICISM 2018 - 2019

The Fritt Ord Foundation announces a call for applications for 10 annual grants of NOK 200 000 each for critics who write for daily or weekly newspapers, or who write reviews for TV/radio.

The grants can be awarded to critics who work in any field related to art or culture. The grants are intended to result in the production of concrete, ongoing reviews throughout the year; the goal is to help improve the quality and professionalisation of a number of Norwegian critics each year. The Fritt Ord Foundation would like to give more critics better opportunities to pursue their profession and to spend more time cultivating it.

mai
18
2018

Earmarked funding for Norwegian journalism

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.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media, and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The call for applications has seven deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is 18 May 2018, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

april
25
2018

The RSF 2018 Press Freedom Index

Reporters without borders (RSF) and its partners, the Norwegian Press Association and the Fritt Ord Foundation, are pleased to invite you for the unveiling of the RSF 2018 Press Freedom Index.

Wednesday 25 April 2018 - 12:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. Doors open at 11:45 a.m.

april
12
2018

Awards ceremony for the Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for Upper Secondary School

Welcome to the awards ceremony for the Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for Upper Secondary School, on Thursday, 12 April, at 2 p.m. at Uranienborgveien 2. There will be a formal and enjoyable celebration with speeches, finger food, and entertainment provided by music students from Foss Upper Secondary School.

The topic of this year's competition was "Propaganda", and participants were invited to submit entries in a variety of genres: audio, video or online productions, essays or articles. Fritt Ord received 255 interpretations of the assignment, and the projects have shed light on different types of propaganda from a number of perspectives.

april
03
2018

Earmarked funding for Norwegian journalism

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.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media, and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The call for applications has seven deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is Monday, 19 February 2018, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

mars
23
2018

The history competition "My family in history"

Have you ever wondered about what it might be like to live in another time? Or what it was like to grow up in a society in which the standard of living was much worse than today? Perhaps you have parents or grandparents who have experienced war or great upheavals? Which opportunities and limitations were people subject to in the past? Did they act and think differently from us?

My family in history is being organised by the Norwegian Historical Society (HIFO) with support from the Fritt Ord Foundation. It is open to pupils in lower and upper secondary school. This competition revolves around everyday people, making them the main characters. Pupils are urged to investigate topics such as democracy, war and conflict, changing living conditions, migration and working life in the light of their own family history. Read more at www.historiekonkurransen.no.

mars
13
2018

Extremists on film: Propaganda or information?

Fritt Ord, Norwegian Film Directors and HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival 2018 invite the public to a debate on extremists in film on Tuesday, 13 March, from 5 to 7.30 p.m. at the House of Literature.

There is a great deal of talk about extremism – also in documentary films. Both at the cinema and on TV, Norwegian film-makers take us into communities with extreme attitudes and ideologies. What is it that attracts directors to these topics, and what do they achieve by making films that follow extremists closely? Do they become spokespersons for extreme attitudes or contribute to understanding and enlightenment?


mars
08
2018

Høyreekstremisme, grunn til bekymring?

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mars
07
2018

"Golden Dawn Girls" to open the 2018 HUMAN international documentary film festival

The Fritt Ord Foundation and 2018 HUMAN international documentary film festival invites the public to the opening of this year's festival, featuring a screening of the Norwegian documentary Golden Dawn Girls, on Wednesday, 7 March, at 6 p.m. at the Klingenberg Cinema. Tickets cost NOK 30, and can be purchased on the website of Nordisk Film Kino.

Director Håvard Bustnes will speak as a prelude the film, and the festival's opening remarks will be delivered by Matthew Goodwin, an eminent professor of International Politics at Kent University. He will address the growth in right-wing extremist movements and parties in Europe.

mars
04
2018

Call for Applications: Cross Border Journalism Programme, Spring 2018

The spring 2018 call for applications for the sixth season of "Cross-Border journalism" programme is now open.

We warmly invite journalists from Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Baltic or the Caucasus to work together to produce stories through partnership and collaboration that transcend their national border as a part of the Perspektivy programme (Программа "Перспективы").

The new digital era of media, and the globalisation of economic and political processes have brought new challenges to journalism. In particular, they have highlighted the need to develop international professional networks in order to understand regional characteristics and better cover transnational stories.

mars
02
2018

Call for nominations for the 2018 Free Media Awards

The Fritt Ord Foundation and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius hereby invite nominations of independent journalists, bloggers, Internet media and newspapers for the 2018 Free Media Awards.

The prizes provide support for journalists and media that report independently and refuse to give up in the face of threats. The media operate under tremendous pressure in many countries in Eastern Europe. With the Free Media Awards, we seek to encourage journalists and media to carry on their work, despite threats and violent oppression, and to contribute to strengthen independent journalism.

mars
01
2018

Propaganda: Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for Upper Secondary School 2017

The Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for Upper Secondary School is an annual competition that invites pupils to submit entries about freedom of expression and democracy. This year's topic is propaganda. Write a text or make a media production about the many faces of propaganda. Feel free to be concrete and address issues in the local community, in Norway or in the world, past or present.


The deadline is Thursday, 1 March 2018, at 11.59 p.m. Take a look at www.frittordkonkurransen.no for relevant reading material, suggestions from the jury and earlier winners, and for further information about submitting your entry. Good luck!

februar
28
2018

Letters to Europe – Refugee Women Write

What: Theatre performance, debate and Oslo book launch.
When: Wednesday 28 February at 19:00
Where: The Fritt Ord Foundation,
Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo.

The refugee crisis in Europe has raised tempers and become a subject of debate in almost every country. A stereotype has evolved, painting the ‘young, male Syrian refugee’ as the typical asylum seeker. This narrative leaves little space to talk about the often widely divergent backgrounds and identities of refugees. It makes it easier to ignore refugee women, children, the elderly and their needs and role in the future of Europe.

februar
19
2018

Earmarked funding for Norwegian journalism

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.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media, and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The call for applications has seven deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is Monday, 19 February 2018, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

januar
31
2018

Nominations for the Freedom of Expression Foundation Prize 2018

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.

januar
25
2018

#MeToo and Freedom of Expression – dilemmas and the potential for lasting change

Fritt Ord and the Institute for Social Research invite the public to the debate on #MeToo and Freedom of Expression on Thursday, 25 January 2018, from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Fritt Ord premises, featuring Sissel Trygstad, Hannah Helseth, Sofie Høgestøl, Kjersti Horn, Arne Jensen, Anja Sletteland, Silas Harrebye and Åsa Linderborg. Arnfinn Midtbøen will moderate.


januar
01
2018

Stipend for studenter ved Høgskolen i Innlandet

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desember
02
2017

Propaganda, Facts and Fake News: The Holberg Debate 2017

At this year's Holberg Debate, John Pilger, Julian Assange and Jonathan Heawood will discuss the presence of propaganda in news and social media, and its democratic implications. The debate will take place at The University Aula in Bergen, on Saturday 2 December 2017, 3 p.m. to 5.15 p.m.

The debate will be moderated by Professor Ellen Mortensen, University of Bergen. Ole Sandmo from the Holberg Prize Secretariat will interview Julian Assange during part of his appearance. In addition to keynotes from the panellists, there will be Q&A sessions where members of the audience will be welcome to ask questions.

The event is a collaboration between the Holberg Prize, the Fritt Ord Foundation and Norwegian PEN (Western Norway). It is supported by the Bergesen Foundation and the University of Bergen.

desember
01
2017

Lærerseminar: Kildebevissthet og kritisk tenkning i en polarisert tid

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november
15
2017

Democracy Road? - Aung San Suu Kyi, buddhistisk nasjonalisme og pressefrihet i Myanmar

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november
15
2017

Propaganda - Seminar for lærere i videregående skole

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oktober
28
2017

Inequality, Immigration, and the Politics of Populism

The New York Review of Books Foundation, the Dan David Prize and the Fritt Ord Foundation invite the public to the two-day conference 'Inequality, Immigration, and the Politics of Populism'. The conference will take place at the New York University School of Law, USA, 28-29 October 2017.

Populist parties and movements, mostly on the right, are becoming a powerful force in both the United States and Europe. The ascent of Donald Trump to the US presidency is the most spectacular electoral success in American history for a militant form of right-wing populism. The gains made by Alternative für Deutschland in the recent German elections mark the first time since 1945 that a populist party of the extreme right has achieved significant representation in the German Parliament.

oktober
18
2017

RISK - The Story of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange

Fritt Ord and Oslo Documentary Cinema invite the public to a screening of Risk followed by a debate on Wednesday, 18 October 2017, at 6 p.m. at Cinemateket.

Is Julian Assange a martyr for transparency, democracy and freedom of expression, or a narcissistic hacker-terrorist interested only in his own ego?

And how is it possible, under the rule of law, for someone to end up in legal limbo and de facto house arrest, without any indictment or judgment, as Julian Assange is experiencing in the Ecuadorian embassy in London?

The debate after the film will feature Petter Ljunggren, Hanne Eggen Røislien and Mads Andenes. The moderator will be Ingerid Salvesen.

oktober
17
2017

The Rise and Fall of Fake News

The Fritt Ord Foundation and The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters invite the public to a conversation about fake news, fact-checking and public trust, on Tuesday 17 October 2017, 5 p.m., at Uranienborgveien 2.

In 2016, Oxford Dictionaries declared post-truth its international word of the year, and defined it as the state of affairs when "objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief." PolitiFact named fake news its 2016 “Lie of the Year”. Since then, the term has lost much of its initial meaning and content in the public debate.

oktober
15
2017

Stipend for studenter ved Nord Universitet og Institutt for sammenlignende politikk, UiB

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oktober
01
2017

Call for Applications: Cross Border Journalism Programme, Autumn 2017

We warmly invite journalists from Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Baltic or the Caucasus to work together to produce stories through partnership and collaboration that transcend their national border as a part of the Perspektivy programme (Программа "Перспективы"). Perspektivy is a joint initiative by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Fritt Ord Foundation.

The new digital era of media, and the globalisation of economic and political processes have brought new challenges to journalism. In particular, they have highlighted the need to develop international professional networks in order to understand regional characteristics and better cover transnational stories.

oktober
01
2017

Søknadsfrist på Fritt Ords studentstipend

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september
24
2017

Utlysning: FutureLab Europe 2018

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september
22
2017

Music, propaganda and resistance

In collaboration with Chapter: the Stavanger International Festival for Literature and Freedom of Expression, we invite the public to "Demo: Music, propaganda and resistance" on Friday, 22 September 2017, at 10.00 a.m. and 12.00 p.m. at the Sølvberget Library and House of Literature. The conversation is part of this year's festival programme. The artist Morten Traavik, the musician Moddi and the Slovenian band Laibach will be participating. The moderator is journalist and musician Guttorm Arndreassen.

"Propaganda" is the topic of this year's Fritt Ord Competition for Upper Secondary School, which invites pupils to submit entries about freedom of expression and democracy. According to the Norwegian encyclopaedia, Store norske leksikon, propaganda is intentional manipulation of people's thoughts and feelings using strong means to promote particular opinions and behavioural patterns.

september
20
2017

Seminar: Finding one’s visual voice


Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson and former NJP photographer Linda Bournane Engelberth, now in the mentor program of the agency VII, both work with documentary and personal photography. On Wednesday, September 20, you can hear them talk about their methods.

The event will take place at Fritt Ord Foundation at Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo, from 6.00 – 8.00 p.m. It will be co-organised by The Norwegian Journal of Photography and Fritt Ord.

“Emotion is really the only thing about pictures I find interesting. Beyond that it is just a trick”.
– Christopher Anderson, Magnum Photos

september
18
2017

Call for Applications: The Preben Munthe Fellowship 2018

The Fritt Ord Foundation sponsors half a year of study and research in Oxford for a Norwegian journalist. The fellowship will be given to a journalist ordinarily resident in Norway. The fellow will spend six months at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University, commencing January 2018.

Closing date for applications: Monday 18 September, 2017 at noon.

september
15
2017

fting Boundaries – European Photo Exhibition Award 03

Fritt Ord and the Nobel Peace Centre invite the public to the opening ceremony of "Shifting Boundaries – European Photo Exhibition Award 03" at 6 p.m. on Friday, 15 September 2017. Twelve young European photographers will show how boundaries are challenged in a Europe in flux.

Young women with eating disorders, soldiers in Ukraine and barbed wire fences in Hungary are among the topics addressed by the photo exhibition, which explores both psychological and physical boundaries. Technological boundaries are also being challenged at a time when the differences between the virtual world and the real world can be hard to see. "Shifting Boundaries" is a visual experience, at the same time as it is a comment on today's Europe.

september
04
2017

Master's knowledge to the people

What: Writing workshop for recipients of the Freedom of Expression Foundation's student research grants
When: Monday, 4 September 2017, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Would you like to participate in the social debate using the professional expertise you have acquired as a master's degree student? Are you interested in sharing findings from your master's thesis with the public, but uncertain about how to proceed? The Fritt Ord Foundation invites you to a writing workshop for master's degree students who have received Fritt Ord grants. We believe these theses are of value for the public debate, and that the knowledge in them deserves to be communicated to a broader audience.

august
06
2017

Call for the Autumn 2017 applications to the Perspektivy programme is now open

We warmly invite journalists based anywhere in Russia, Eastern Europe or Central Asia with over three years experience to apply for the series of workshops on “Reporting skills in the digital era” organised by ‘Perspektivy’, (Программа "Перспективы"). The workshops aim to develop skills on news reporting and how best to promote it in the challenging environment of the digital era.

Perspektivy is a professional development programme for journalists and editors, initiated by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Fritt Ord Foundation.

juni
29
2017

Call for applications from libraries 2017-18: The Norwegian literary canon

Is there a common Norwegian literary canon? Which canonised works continue to be relevant today? Is popular literature accorded insufficient attention when the best books are named? Which works and authorships would the libraries like to promote? Which publications of today will be the classics of tomorrow? How can libraries promote important Norwegian literature through new activities and initiatives?

Fritt Ord is calling for applications for grants of NOK 50 000 each for communications activities and debate at Norwegian public libraries to promote classic and modern factual prose and literary fiction. Applications for funding will be accepted for lectures, seminars, debates, dialogues or Internet-based communications activities.

juni
26
2017

Journalism, media markets and new technology – trends and predictions for 2017

Fritt Ord and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism invite the public to the launch of an annual media survey, the Reuters Institute Digital News Report, and a debate on new trends in the Norwegian media landscape, on Monday, 26 June 2017, from 5.00-7.00 p.m. at Fritt Ord's premises in Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo.

The Reuters Institute Digital News Report is the world's largest media survey on the development of digital media habits. Norway was included in the survey last year for the first time, and this year's figures are indicative of the trend in the Norwegian media market, compared with trends in 36 other countries in America, Europe and Asia. This year, researchers at the University of Bergen are compiling a separate sub-report on the Norwegian findings.

juni
22
2017

Whistleblowing, freedom of expression and the culture of free speech in the public sector

What: Breakfast meeting about whistleblowing (Fritt Ord in collaboration with Fafo)
When: Thursday, 22 June 8.30-10.00 a.m., with a simple breakfast from 8.00
Where: The Fritt Ord Foundation's premises, Uranienborgveien 2

What is the status of the culture of free speech in the public sector? Does it limit employers' freedom of expression? Do employees dare to report concerns about circumstances worthy of criticism? Amendments to the Working Environment Act are intended to provide better protection for whistleblowers - are the new rules enough?

The event is free of charge and open to the public. Register here: registering@frittord.no

juni
09
2017

Boundaries of the public sphere: Do exclusion and self-censorship pose a threat to freedom of expression?

The Institute for Social Research and Fritt Ord invite the public to the Closing Conference for the project entitled ‘The Status of Freedom of Expression in Norway 2015–2017’ and the launch of the book Boundary Struggles: Contestations of Free Speech in the Norwegian Public Sphere at the House of Literature, Friday, 9 June 2017, 10.30 a.m.-3.45 p.m.

Register here. The event is free of charge and open to the public.

mai
29
2017

Islam in Norway - Young voices

Fritt Ord invites the public to attend the event entitled "Islam in Norway - Young voices on freedom of expression, identity, equality and acceptance of faith", Monday, 29 May, 7.00 p.m.-9 p.m. at the House of Literature.

A panel of young people from multi-cultural backgrounds will be discussing Islam in today's Norway. How is Islam covered in the media? What can be done to counter extreme social control? How much space should be devoted to religions in the public sphere?

Register here: registering@frittord.no. The event is free of charge and open to the public.

mai
19
2017

Utlysning: Den gode kritikken 2017

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mai
12
2017

Extra funds for journalism in 2016

The Fritt Ord Foundation invites applications for the programme 'Quality Journalism in a New Era'. Up to 10 MNOK will be awarded annually in 2016 and 2017.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media and thereby by the general public as a whole, we want to do even more to pave the way for and support critical, meaningful high-quality journalism in several fields.

Applications are processed continuously throughout the year. Deadlines can be found here.

mai
02
2017

Samtale om spillkritikken og lansering av boka “Spillmagi”

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april
26
2017

A city divided?

social media, conversations and debates? Is there anything to our prejudices? Are we more alike than we think, or are there actually big differences?

If Oslo is a city divided, does it actually matter?

Many young people of today have a clear affiliation with urban district they come from. Others could care less about being categorised. Regardless, the way in which we label each other has consequences.

Fritt Ord and Si; D welcome the public to a debate entitled "A city divided?", on Wednesday, 26 April, at Fritt Ord's premises at Uranienborgveien 2. The doors will open at 5 p.m. Pizza will be served and assignments will be handed out. The debate will start at 6.00 p.m.

april
21
2017

Launch of The Norwegian Journal of Photography #3

We are pleased to welcome the public to a launch party for the third edition of The Norwegian Journal of Photography at the Fritt Ord Foundation's premises at 7 p.m. on Friday, 21 April.

NJP #3 is being published by Journal Publishing House. At the launch, the photographers will give a brief presentation of their projects. The Canadian VII-photographer Donald Weber, author of the preface to the book, will deliver a lecture about Norwegian and Nordic documentary photography in an international perspective.

april
20
2017

Pris til tre bidrag om folkefiender

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april
05
2017

Norsk premiere på dokumentarfilmen The Borneo Case på Vika kino

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april
05
2017

Seminar: The Borneo Case – den norske forbindelsen

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mars
30
2017

Offisiell åpning av Artica Svalbard

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mars
23
2017

Historic look at freedom of expression

Update: podcast available here.

We live in a time of unrest, when many are finding that freedom of expression can no longer be taken for granted. What can history teach us about present-day dilemmas? What historic backdrop would be most appropriate for present-day debates?

How have the various dilemmas involving freedom of expression been resolved in Norway and Denmark? What differences and similarities can be found between the two countries, and what can we learn from each other?

Fritt Ord invites the public to a debate on Thursday, 23 March, from 7.00-8.30 p.m. in Uranienborgveien 2, featuring lectures by Jacob Mchangama and Kjetil Jakobsen. Both have recently published books about the history of freedom of expression.


mars
03
2017

epea 03: Shifting Boundaries. Exhibition opening in Hamburg

From 3 March to 1 May 2017, the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg will be showing photo essays by twelve extraordinary young European photographers on the theme of “Shifting Boundaries.” The artists were nominated specifically to participate in the third round of the European Photo Exhibition Award (epea), a joint project by four European foundations.

Epea aims to contribute to and to intensify dialogue within Europe, as well as to support young European photographers at the beginning of their careers. The exhibition showcases the following photographers: Arianna Arcara (Italy), Pierfrancesco Celada (Italy), Marthe Aune Eriksen (Norway), Jakob Ganslmeier (Germany), Margarida Gouveia (Portugal), Marie Hald (Denmark), Dominic Hawgood (United Kingdom), Robin Hinsch (Germany), Ildikó Péter (Hungary), Eivind H. Natvig (Norway), Marie Sommer (France) and Christina Werner (Austria).



mars
01
2017

Call for applications: Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for upper secondary school 2017

The Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for upper secondary school is an annual competition that invites pupils to submit entries about freedom of expression and democracy. This year's topic is 'enemies of the people'.

Call for applications
Upper secondary school pupils: Welcome to enter the Fritt Ord Foundation competition! Discuss one or more enemies of the people. Write a paper or make a media production, and enter it in the competition. By 'enemy of the people', we are referring to someone who stands out from the crowd by promoting freedom of expression, and who is thereby perceived as an enemy by others. Please discuss a person or a specific issue. Take your point of departure in the play 'An Enemy of the People' by Henrik Ibsen, if you would like.

mars
01
2017

NJP calls for new photographers

No fewer than 27 photographers have taken part in the Norwegian Journal of Photography since the project was established in 2011. Fritt Ord's efforts have given participants the opportunity to present their work at the national and international levels alike, in addition to offering workshops, seminars and guidance. We are now issuing a call for applications from photographers for two new years of NJP. The deadline is 1 March 2017.


februar
18
2017

How to protect civilians in times of war?

Film screenings and debates at the film festival Human Rights Human Wrongs.

In connection with the screenings of the Fritt Ord-supported documentary film Nowhere to Hide about Iraqi family father and nurse Nori Sharif, Fritt Ord, the Human Rights Human Wrongs Film Festival and Ten Thousand Images invite the public to three debates at the Cinematek:

The struggle for Iraq's future - Wednesday, 15 February, at 7.45 p.m.
Media on War (in English) - Saturday, 18 February, at 6.30 p.m.
How to protect civilians in times of war? - Saturday, 18 February, at 8 p.m.

februar
18
2017

Media on War

Film screenings and debates at the film festival Human Rights Human Wrongs.

In connection with the screenings of the Fritt Ord-supported documentary film Nowhere to Hide, about Iraqi family father and nurse Nori Sharif, Fritt Ord, the Human Rights Human Wrongs Film Festival and Ten Thousand Images invite the public to three debates at Cinemateket:

The struggle for Iraq's future - Wednesday, 15 February, at 7.45 p.m.
Media on War (in English) - Saturday, 18 February, at 6.30 p.m.
How to protect civilians in times of war?- Saturday, 18 February, at 8 p.m.

februar
17
2017

Call for nominations for the 2017 Free Media Awards

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.

The prizes provide support for journalists and media outlets that report independently and refuse to give up in the face of threats. The media operate under tremendous pressure in many countries in Eastern Europe. With the Free Media Awards, we seek to encourage journalists and media outlets to carry on their work, despite threats and violent oppression, and to contribute to strengthen independent journalism.


februar
15
2017

The struggle for Iraq's future

​Film screenings and debates at the film festival Human Rights Human Wrongs.

In connection with the screenings of the Fritt Ord-supported documentary film Nowhere to Hide about Iraqi family father and nurse Nori Sharif, Fritt Ord, the Human Rights Human Wrongs Film Festival and Ten Thousand Images invite the public to three debates at the Cinematek:

The struggle for Iraq's future - Wednesday, 15 February, at 7.45 p.m.
Media on War (in English) - Saturday, 18 February, at 6.30 p.m.
How to protect civilians in times of war? - Saturday, 18 February, at 8 p.m.

februar
15
2017

Oslo premiere of "Nowhere to Hide"

Fritt Ord, Ten Thousand Images and Human Rights Human Wrongs invite the public to the Oslo premiere of "Nowhere to Hide" Wednesday, 15 February 2017, 5:30 p.m. at Cinemateket. The screening is followed by a Q&A with film director Zaradasht Ahmed and producer Mette Cheng Munthe-Kaas.

Additional screenings and Q&A sessions will take place on Friday, 17 February, 1 p.m. and Saturday, 18 February, 4 p.m.

Links:
Wednesday, 15 February, 5:30 p.m. at Cinemateket - tickets
Friday, 17 February, 1 p.m at Cinemateket - tickets
Saturday, 18 February, 4 p.m. at Cinemateket - tickets

februar
12
2017

Call for Applications: Cross Border Journalism Programme, Winter 2017

We warmly invite journalists from Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Baltic or the Caucasus to work together to produce stories through partnership and collaboration that transcend their national border as a part of the Perspektivy programme (Программа "Перспективы").

The new digital era of media, and the globalisation of economic and political processes have brought new challenges to journalism. In particular, they have highlighted the need to develop international professional networks in order to understand regional characteristics and better cover transnational stories.

januar
24
2017

Trumpism à la Norway? Politicians and social media in an election year

Fritt Ord and the Institute for Social Research invite the public to a debate on Norwegian politicians and social media on Tuesday, 24 January 2017, 7 – 9 p.m. at Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2, 0258 Oslo, featuring Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud, Gunn Enli, Espen Teigen, Frithjof Jacobsen and Eivind Trædal. Arnfinn Midtbøen will be moderator.

Speakers:
Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud, media expert and researcher at the Institute for Social Research
Gunn Enli, professor, Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo

Commentators:
Espen Teigen, political adviser for Minister of Immigration and Integration Sylvi Listhaug, the Party of Progress
Hans Petter Sjøli, commentator and head of the comments desk at the newspaper VG
Eivind Trædal, City Council representative for the Green Party in Oslo and at the top of the Green list in Aust-Agder County

Moderator:
Arnfinn H. Midtbøen, researcher at the Institute for Social Research

januar
23
2017

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.

januar
06
2017

Deadlines for applications 2017

The application deadlines for 2017 are:
  • 6 January
  • 10 February
  • 31 March
  • 12 May
  • 7 August
  • 15 September
  • 3 November

We would also remind you that the call for proposals for earmarked funding for New Journalism.

Applications to the Fritt Ord Foundation should be submitted here: portal.frittord.no. (The English language option is in the top-right corner.) For further information, please contact tel. +47 23 01 46 46 or email: post@frittord.no.

november
29
2016

Norwegian schools of thought - Images of the world and self-images in the 2000s

Is Norway among the best in the world both at facilitating peace and at participating in war in other countries? Do the public and leadership have a plan for dealing with terrorism, refugee crises, the administration of mass immigration and the preservation of the welfare state?

These questions are discussed by Jonas Gahr Støre, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, Cathrine Holst and Terje Tvedt, with Tvedt's work on the history of ideas in Norway as the point of departure.

november
01
2016

The conference PUBLIC CALLING

Fritt Ord Foundation and KORO - Public Art Norway / URO invite to the conference PUBLIC CALLING, at the National Theatre in Oslo, Norway.

In an era of austerity politics, securitized spaces, extrastate dominions, and distributed online networks, the notion of the public is increasingly in question if not crisis. For the conference Public Calling, both speakers and audience will find themselves together on stage, examining contemporary intersections of space and speech in order to test how the public can still be enacted today.

Free and open to all.
Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd November, 2016. 10.00–16.00

Download the full conference programme here.

Limited seating.
Registration: publiccalling@frittord.no

oktober
25
2016

Enemies of the people

Seminar for upper secondary school teachers

What is an enemy of the people – and who is the Stockmann of today?

Seminar at the National Theatre Tuesday, 25 October 2016, 10 a.m. – 3.30 p.m. with a theatre performance at 7.30 p.m.

The event is free of charge, and the first 50 who register will be offered tickets to the theatre performance "The Enemy of the Duck" at the National Theatre the same evening.

oktober
24
2016

Karim Ben Khelifa: "The Enemy" – a virtual journey through war and conflicts

Fritt Ord and the Norwegian Journal of Photography invite the public to a seminar featuring the Belgian-Tunisian photojournalist Karim Ben Khelifa on Monday, 24 October 2016, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fritt Ord Foundation, Uranienborgveien 2 in Oslo.

Throughout his career as a war photographer, 44-year-old Karim Ben Khelifa has been driven to find the answer to a single huge question: Is it possible to invent a new way to make people care, that is, to make them think more deeply about war and conflicts?


oktober
20
2016

Technology and the Human Future

The New York Review of Books Foundation and Fritt Ord invite the public to the conference ‘Technology and the Human Future’, 20–21 October 2016 at Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo.

Registration: nyrb2016@frittord.no
Feel free to join the conversation on social media using the hashtag: #TechHuman

Conference Programme:

Thursday, 20 October 2016

9.15: REGISTRATION

9.50: WELCOMING REMARKS
Georg Fr. Rieber-Mohn, Chair of the Board of Trustees, Fritt Ord
Simon Head, University of Oxford, New York University, and the New York Review of Books Foundation

oktober
14
2016

HIFO's history teacher seminar 2016 - My family in history

On 14 - 15 October 2016, HIFO will organise a seminar for history teachers who want to use the History Competition "My family in history" in their teaching. The seminar will take place at the Fritt Ord Foundation's premises in Oslo.

The seminar will include discussions of how we can work with the competition in our classes. How can we supervise and assess pupils' entries so that pupils can use as much of their potential as possible? What topics and approaches will be fruitful and interesting for the pupils? How we can inspire pupils who do not think they have anything of interest to examine, to nonetheless realise that there are fruitful approaches?

september
30
2016

Editor-in-chief of Store norske leksikon.

{image-1}Store norske leksikon is looking for a new editor-in-chief. See the call for applications here. Please note: in Norwegian only.

Store norske leksikon is a leading digital reference work in Norway. With two million users a month and 250 000 articles read every day, the online encyclopaedia at www.snl.no is Norway's largest website for the communication of quality-assured knowledge. The encyclopaedia is owned by the eight universities and six other knowledge institutions, organisations and foundations, including Fritt Ord.

september
27
2016

The drones see you

The Norwegian Polytechnic Society, the Research Council of Norway and the Fritt Ord Foundation invite the public to a debate on 27 September at 4.00 p.m.

Drone technology is constantly getting better and cheaper, and drones are well on their way to being affordable for everyone. The advent of new technology in the media industry is opening up exciting possibilities, but also entails a number of challenges related to social problems such as transparency and the protection of privacy.

What future are we creating? Is development taking place so quickly that society is hard put to keep up? We will be debating this important dilemma. Meet researchers, the media and drone enthusiasts!


september
15
2016

Know no shame!

"We are the shameless Arab girls, and our time is now", wrote Nancy Herz this past April. She is chairing a debate on 15 September at the Chapter Festival, with young politicians and social commentators who dare to challenge their surroundings. Meet them and get ideas about how you can make your voice heard, find allies and gather the courage to take part in debates.

During the event, the Fritt Ord Foundation competition for upper secondary school will be launched for the school year 2016/2017.

september
14
2016

New voices in literature

The Norwegian Association of Literary Translators, the Norwegian Non-Fiction Writers and Translators Association and Fritt Ord invite the public to the seminar "New voices in literature" at Uranienborgveien 2, on Wednesday, 14 September 2016, from 12 - 3 p.m.

Why are there so few ”other” voices in Norwegian literature? What has become of the other voices, those from other cultures, other classes, those with a different view of the world, and of us? Why is so little literature from the cultures where most people in Norway from minority backgrounds come from?

september
13
2016

Turkey – where do we go from here?

Norwegian PEN, Association of Norwegian Editors, Norwegian Union of Journalists, Oslo and Akershus University College, University of Oslo, Norwegian Publishers' Association, Norwegian Press Association and the Fritt Ord Foundation invite the public to a debate on Turkey, on Tuesday, 13 September at 7 p.m. at the Fritt Ord Foundation's premises at Uranienborgveien 2.

We have invited activist and advocate of freedom of expression Sanar Yurdatapan to Oslo. Sanar has been head of and spokesperson for the freedom of expression organisation The Initiative for Freedom of Expression since 1995.



september
12
2016

Norwegian journalist to Oxford: The Preben Munthe Fellowship

The Fritt Ord Foundation sponsors half a year of study and research in Oxford for a Norwegian journalist. The fellowship will be given to a journalist ordinarily resident in Norway. The fellow will spend six months at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University, commencing January 2017.

Closing date for applications: Monday 12 September, 2016 at noon.

september
10
2016

Call for Applications: Cross Border Journalism, Autumn 2016

We warmly invite journalists from Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Baltic or the Caucasus to work together to produce stories through partnership and collaboration that transcend their national border as a part of the Perspektivy programme.

Perspektivy is a joint initiative by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Fritt Ord Foundation. Perspektivy is a professional development programme for journalists and editors from Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

september
05
2016

Norway in the new digital media landscape

On Mondag 5 September, The Fritt Ord Foundaiton and Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University will be hosting a debate on the findings of the annual {File-1}.

Digital media are becoming a more and more important part of the media environment all over the world, with profound consequences for the practice of journalism, the business of news, and for how people get information about the world around them. How these developments are playing out, however, varies in important ways from country to country. The Reuters Institute Digital News Report is the largest international, cross-country analysis of how these trends are evolving, and in 2016 for the first time included Norway, providing an opportunity to compare developments in Norway to trends in the 26 other countries across America, Europe, and Asia covered in the report. At this event, Nic Newman, Research Associate at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford and lead author of the Digital News Report since its inception in 2012 will present the main findings from this year’s report and discuss the implications with a panel of prominent Norwegian media people.

Time and place:
The Fritt Ord Foundation, Uranienborgveien 1, 0258 Oslo
Monday 5 September, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

september
02
2016

Call for applications: FutureLab Europe – The Council of Young European Citizens

Are you interested in European issues? FutureLab Europe focuses on enthusiastic young people between the ages of 20 and 30 who would like to take part in debates and influence the future of Europe. The primary focus in 2017 is on democratic values, equal opportunities for young people and European identity. Participants in the programme are given a chance to carry out a project related to these three core areas, e.g. a blog, a photo exhibition, a short film, a series of school visits or a series of debates.

Deadline for applications: 2 September 2016.

september
01
2016

Invitation to the awards ceremony and launch by the anthology "Digital Life – New words about gaming"

Fritt Ord invites the public to the launch of the computer game anthology "Digital Life – New words about gaming" and to the awards ceremony on Thursday, 1 September, at 8 p.m. at the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology, Industry and Medicine.

In autumn 2015, Fritt Ord invited the public to an essay contest about gaming as a phenomenon, culture and social criticism.Of 180 entries, there will be 10 finalists. These will be made public on digitaleliv.no, one each day, from 23 August to 1 September.

The launch of the anthology and the announcement of the winner of the writing competition will take place on Thursday, 1 September at the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology, Industry and Medicine . The event will begin at 8 p.m. in the Amphi, and it is just one of many exciting items on the programme for the LATE Independent Games Festival. There will also be music, lectures, a quiz and a tournament. Tickets can be purchased at the door: Ordinary ticket: NOK 150, student: NOK 100.

august
22
2016

Freedom of expression losing ground in the world of academia

Universities and colleges have been among the most tolerant locations for critical debates and discourse. That is in the process of changing rapidly - without the phenomenon having attracted attention in Norway:
  • On US campuses, the tolerance for freedom of expression is being reduced and censorship of reading lists and lecturers is spreading in the wake of numerous student campaigns.
  • In Turkey, thousands of university employees were fired after the attempted coup in July.
  • The University of Cape Town in South Africa recently cancelled an invitation to Flemming Rose to deliver a keynote address because they thought it would be "provocative".
  • In Europe, the demand for "trigger warnings" in respect of art and syllabus literature is gaining momentum.



august
14
2016

Call for the Autumn 2016 applications to the Perspektivy programme is now open

We warmly invite mid-career journalists with over three years experience to apply for the series of workshops on “Reporting skills in the digital era” organised by the professional development programme ‘Perspektivy’. The workshops aim to develop skills on news repoting and how best to promote it in the challenging environment of the digital era.

Programme dates for the Autumn 2016 workshop sessions:
  • 2-4 September: “Reporting news, reports, long reads for the media of the digital era”
  • 29-30 September: “Theory and practice of interviews, working with sources of information for use in the digital media”

Application deadline is 14 August 2016.

august
02
2016

Senior Advisor - 1 year position at the Fritt Ord Foundation

The Fritt Ord Foundation have an open position as senior advisor in the administration from September 2016.

See the following description for more information. NB: Norwegian text only.