Celebrate the Nobel Peace Prize in December

Ill. Niklas Elmehed © Nobel Prize Outreach

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo City Hall 10 December. Through this week, Oslo Peace Days is marked – join the celebration!

In this article we have gathered all events connected to Oslo Peace Days open to the public, either physical or digital participation.

During Oslo Peace days, opening hours and exhibitions are a bit different tha usual. Pkan your visit and see all opening hours here!

5 December

3 hours with Bernt Hagtvet about civil society and democracy

A conversation between Civita’s Eirik Løkke and Professor Bernt Hagtvet. In Norwegian. More information and tickets through the event down below.

8 December

Business and Human Rights – friend or foe?

Business and the world economy in a new global order. What will it take for business to create a positive change? Join us with moderator Ghida Fakhry, Lebanese-British journalist and former lead anchor Al Jazeera with a great line of speakers – practical information and tickets through the event down below.

Seats are limited, sign up today – digital or live in Oslo.

10 December

Save the Children Peace Prize Party 2022

A show made by and for children, with the Nobel Peace Prize laureates as guests of honour. Children from 5th, 6th or 7th grade are invited to be in the audience.

Live streamed on Facebook and on Save the Children’s website.

Screening of the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony

An alternative way to follow the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony: The Ceremony from the Oslo City Hall will be transmitted live to the public. Practical information and tickets through the event down below.

Torchlight procession for the Peace Prize laureates

The torchlight procession starts at Oslo Central Station and ends in front of the Grand Hotel, where the laureates greet the parade from the balcony of the Nobel Suite. Starts at 17:55 from the Oslo Central Station Square. More information here.

11 December

Nobel Peace Prize Forum 2022: Afghanistan - finding a way forward

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum 2022 will focus on how to find a way forward for Afghanistan. After the withdrawal of international troops last year and more than a year with the Taliban, the freedom and basic human rights of the Afghan people, especially women, continues to deteriorate. The Nobel Peace Prize Forum will also address the crucial question of whether and how the West should engage with the Taliban.

Time: 11 December 13:00 CET

12 December

The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition opens to the public

Each year, the Nobel Peace Center creates a new photo exhibition about this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Join the opening!

This year’s exhibition is about Ales Bialiatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties and their courageous fight for human rights, democracy, and peaceful co-existence. More information about the exhibition coming soon!

All events are a part of Oslo Peace days, celebrated from 5-12 december. See full programme here!