Lunsj & lansering

Lunch & launch


New ideas for pressed assistance

mandag 23. september 2019, kl. 11:00 til kl. 13:00

Sal: Kjelleren

Arrangør: Redd barna

Inngang: Gratis med påmelding

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With increasing humanitarian needs in the world, Norwegian humanitarian aid is also increasing.
That is good, but it comes at the expense of Norway's long-term assistance.

Save the Children invites launch of idea idea We can find the money!
New sources of funding for humanitarian aid,
written by Socio-economic analysis.


Come and listen

Marthe Norberg-Schulz, author of the idea note, Socio-economic Analysis,

Hilde Frafjord Johnson , former Minister of Development

Kalle Moene, professor of social economics at UiO

Camilla Bakken Øvald, author of the book The Dream Foundation

Amalie Gunnufsen , international leader, Young Right

Marta Hofsøy , international leader, AUF

Gunvor Knag-Fylkesnes, Head of Politics and Society, Save the Children

The election campaign is over, and we are inviting a non-binding debate where it is about raising our eyes,

Be a visionary and come up with the good ideas.


In the last four years, humanitarian aid has increased by more than 50 percent. According to socio-economic analysis

humanitarian aid will make up almost half of the Norwegian aid budget in 2030.

It is important and correct to increase humanitarian aid, but it displaces aid for long-term development in more

stable areas. Ultimately, therefore, vulnerable people in other parts of the world pay for the increased

humanitarian contributions in the Norwegian aid budget.

Save the Children invites an idea idea on how Norway can respond to the world's growing humanitarian needs

without sending the bill to the world's poor.

The idea note points to concrete alternatives to how Norway can find healthy means to increase our humanitarian contributions.

One of the ideas is to create a crisis fund under the Government Pension Fund Global.

We challenge Norwegian politicians to dare to think again, dare to be visionary.