Oslo - one of the most peaceful cities in the world, a global leader in peace and human rights research, and not least: The city where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded. The Nobel institutions, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), University of Oslo and the City of Oslo have joined forces to invite the public to eight days of events in December: The Oslo Peace Days.
The winner of the Human Rights Awards for 2019 is Seyran Ates.
The University of Oslo invite you to a seminar on human rights, freedom and religion.
During Oslo Peace Days there will be guided tours in the University Aula. These will thematically be related to the Aula's role as a venue for the Nobel Peace Price Ceremony from 1947 to 1989.
A show to honor the Nobel Peace Prize laureates, made by and for children.
The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded on December 10, the day of Alfred Nobel’s death, in a formal ceremony at the Oslo City Hall. For invited guests only.
Live transmission of the Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony at the Nobel Peace Center.
Welcome to join in on the torchlight procession to celebrate this year's Nobel Peace Prize laureate. Open to all!
The day after the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, which takes place in the Oslo City Hall, 800 high school students from local Oslo schools will attend a seminar about peace in the same hall.
The Nobel Peace Prize Forum addresses the conflict in Yemen with Tawakkol Karman as keynote speaker on 11 December.
«If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.»
– Mother Teresa, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 1979