Nobel Peace Talks 2022

Join our event-series connected to the Nobel Peace Prize. Following is our events in English.
Bente Kalsnes, Frances Haugen and Finn Myrstad at Nobel Peace Talks 1 April
Photo: Mette Bruaas / Nobel Peace Center

Nobel Peace Talks is the Nobel Peace Center's event-series connected to this year's Nobel Peace Prize to journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov.

When journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov was awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, the Norwegian Nobel Committee stated the connection between press freedom, democracy and peace.

Nobel Peace Talks invites you to join us at events and conversations about the role of journalism in a world where freedm, truth and trust is at stake. The events down below are in english. Some events will also be streamed. We also have events in Norwegian – view the full programme here!

The programme will be updated.

NOBEL PEACE TALKS EVENTS IN ENGLISH

Thursday 10 March 17:00-18:00 CET
Troll Factories, lies and propaganda
Conversation with Magnum-photographer Jonas Bendiksen and journalist and author Peter Pomerantsev. This event was in english. The recorded version of the livestream is not available anymore.

Thursday 31 March 17:00-18.00 CET
The Russian war on media
What is it like being a journalist in Russia? What information does Russians receive about the war, and how much does the West know about the conditions in Russia? Watch an exerpt of the event here!

Friday 1 April 08:15-09:30 CET
Is Facebook undermining democracy and creating harm?
Meet whistleblower Frances Haugen in conversation with Bente Kalsnes and Finn Myrstad. Click to watch the recorded livestream!

Tirsdag 3 May – World Press Freedom Day
Press Freedom under attack.
International event in collaboration with Oslo Met, Reporters Without Borders et.al. Watch the recorded livestream here!

Read our article on the World Press Freedom Index.

Thursday 2 june 17:00-18:00 CET
Journalism Across Borders
How Pandora Papers, Panama Papers and other international collaborations have changed journalism and promoted democratic change. This event is in English, free of charge and will also be streamed live. Click this link to join us in person in Oslo!

Go to Facebook live.

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