Conference Date

24 February

Conference Location
Scandic Holmenkollen Park, Oslo
Programme Outline
Humanitarian Relief & Development

About The Conference

This conference is to help bring up people of Oslo Nigeria to allow them to have a better life. With the help of our conference, and with the help of others, we believe this will help make great strides in the struggles we find across Nigeria.

Civil Society92%
Food Security75%
Protection & Access80%
Education in Emergencies92%

Objective

We want to focus on the immediate help which can make sure that you have the right problems in the front seat.

  • Financial contributions to address the urgent humanitarian needs.
  • Increased political attention to the serious humanitarian crisis in the region.

To Strengthen Between Humanitarian Relief & Development

If you think you have the right idea which can help people all around the world which can get things working well for them.

Testimonials

We want to make sure that we have the right help from people who can make sure that there is right help when it comes to implementing the ideas.

Gregory N. Allen

They were very well informed about the issues which can help ensure that you have the right kind of help when you need one.

Clayton T. Geno

Programme

23 February
  • 11:00 – 16:00 Civil society conference
  • 16:00 – 17:00 Side event – Sustainable health response in emergencies
  • 18:30 – 19:00 Reception
  • 19:00 – 21:00 Ministerial dinner hosted by Mr. Børge Brende/
  • 19:00 – 21:00 Standing buffet dinner
24 February
  • 10:00 – 10:45 Opening session
  • 11:00 – 13:00 Plenary session
  • 13:00 – 14:30 Lunch (buffet, open seating)
  • 14:30 – 15:15 Thematic session 1 – Food security
  • 15:30 – 16:15 Thematic session 2 – Protection and access
  • 17:15 – 17:30 Chair’s outcome statement

What’s Happening

Human Rights And More In Norway

Human Rights

As most people know, Norway is actually a small Scandinavian country where the population is just 4.9 million people in the entire country. It is also known for being a parliamentary democracy and also a constitutional monarchy. There are a range of political parties that operate freely here. There have been some recent reports on human rights in Norway which show it is indeed one of the best countries when it comes to political, civil and even individual rights, except just a few minor and some worrying trends when it comes to immigration and also the rights of some religious minorities.

Norway has actually been ranked first on the entire UN development program’s Human Development Index for 12 of the entire 15 years, and it has proven to be consistent when it comes to being consistently top when it comes to international comparisons in such areas as democracy, political and civil rights and even freedom when it comes to expressing your thoughts and your opinions as well.

couple of years

Now I have listed out some things that you should be keeping in mind when it comes to the details of human rights in Norway in the last couple of years.

  • Political pluralism: Their constitution has actually promoted political pluralism and also guarantees it when it comes to practice as well. All of the political parties from a range of some ideological backgrounds have certainly been participating freely in the elections. The entire country’s freedom when it comes to politics is actually such an indigenous people by the international conventions, and it also has its own legislature too.
  • When we are talking about press freedom, it is constitutionally guaranteed, and it is also protected in public life. The government also subsidizes the majority of all of the newspapers and although the private and the partisan in the effort to promote the political democracy and pluralism as well. The citizen’s digital rights are always respected as well. You should also know that access to the internet is free of cost and it is unimpeded as well. There is so much respect for academics and freedom in academics. The private discussions are also free and vibrant as well.

 

  • You are also free to believe in whichever religion you want, and no one can say otherwise. That freedom is yours by right. It is also constitutionally guaranteed, and it is also respected in practice. Norway is a secular country where the church and also the state were separated by an amendment in the year 2012. All of the religious beliefs have been known to enjoy freedom, but lately, there is seemingly some rise in the anti-Semitic and also anti-Muslim harassment and violence too.