During Oslo Peace Days, we invite everyone to learn about and discuss important issues related to peace, democracy and human rights.
Nobel Peace Prize 2022
In defence of civil society and the value of individuals.
Ales Bialiatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties receive the Nobel Peace Prize 2022 for their efforts to document war crimes, violations of human rights and abuse of power.
Human Rights Award 2022
In defence of academic freedom in an increasingly authoritarian Europe.
Andrea Pető, professor at the Central European University, is awarded the University of Oslo's Human Rights Award for her defence of academic freedom and institutional autonomy.
Celebrating the Nobel laureates
The 2022 Nobel Peace Prize is presented in Oslo City Hall on 10 December. The public is invited to join the celebrattions and learn more about this year's laureates in several ways.
Public activities include
"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other." – Mother Teresa, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 1979