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Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo is held every year on 11 December as part of the annual Nobel Peace Prize celebrations in Oslo. 

In 2016, the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo was established as part of the annual Nobel Peace Prize celebrations each December.

The Forum brings together a unique constellation of Nobel Peace Prize laureates and other international thought-leaders; leading representatives of governments and international organizations; scholars; civil society leaders and activists, business and private sector actors; journalists; and youth across the globe, including students.

Serving as an arena for interdisciplinary discussion and reflection on pivotal and timely issues of importance to international peace and security, the Forum assembles 500 participants at the Oslo University Aula - an historic and iconic hall in central Oslo adorned with original paintings by expressionist painter Edvard Munch.

The Nobel Peace Forum Oslo is broadcast to a global audience and streamed live online. The Forum welcomes viewers’ comments and questions via social media before and during the Forum. Some of the questions from our global audience will be brought into the live discussion.

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo is organized by the Norwegian Nobel Institute and Nobel Peace Prize – Research and Information AS in partnership with the University of Oslo. The inaugural Forum was made possible by generous financial support from InCircl and GoodXChange.