Freedom of religion in Norway
This page is not available in English. Below is the Norwegian page translated by Google.
Norway has good laws against discrimination based on religion and beliefs. Still, many feel that they must be discreet about their personal beliefs, or that proposed legislative amendments threaten their religious practice. Are we where we want to be with regard to religious freedom in Norway today?
The UngDialog organization is a network for faith and life-view organizations for young people and a meeting place for young people interested in dialogue. Now they are inviting debate on the status of religious freedom in Norway.
The panel consists of:
Ingvill Thorson Plesner (researcher and network coordinator at the HL Center)
As well as the youth politicians
Sarah Lilleberg Safavifard (SU)
Hermann Fåne (Oslo FpU)
Omar Akhtar (Red Youth)
Managing Director: Amandus Amadeus Syed-Bøe (Young Dialogue)
"New debate" is a series of debates by and for youth organized by the Literature House and the Children's and Youth Organizations in Oslo (UngOrg), this time in collaboration with UngDialog.