2019 Oslo Freedom Forum
May 27-29, 2019
The 2019 Oslo Freedom Forum will take place in May. Register now to hear talks from worldwide democracy advocates!
The Oslo Freedom Forum is a transformative annual conference where the world’s most engaging human rights advocates, artists, tech entrepreneurs, and world leaders meet to share their stories and brainstorm ways to expand freedom and unleash human potential across the globe.
The 2019 Oslo Freedom Forum will take place in Oslo, Norway from May 27 - May 29, including three days of compelling stories told by global activists, an Interactive Expo of companies and tech organizations working to advance human rights, panels and workshops on a variety of topics, art installations and musical performances, and more! With Oslo honored as the European Green Capital of 2019, The Forum will also feature a special focus on human rights as it relates to climate change. Learn more and sign up here, and watch this recap of last year's 10th anniversary event:
May 29, 2018
May 29, 2018
September 17, 2018
February 26, 2019
The experience of the Oslo Freedom Forum, our flagship event that takes place each year in Norway, came to Latin America for the first time on February 26, 2019.
May 27 – May 29, 2019
Now in its 11th year, the 2019 Oslo Freedom Forum will take place May 27-29, 2019 in Oslo, Norway.
- How do you build a nonviolent movement, and why do movements fail?Nonviolence expert @SrdjaPopovic will guide you… https://t.co/v8Zd3dfIGuTue May 21, 3:00pm
- Last call to put dictators in their place!Sign up by midnight CEST at https://t.co/B0tfl2UjiX to reserve your spo… https://t.co/8DmPiR5jtITue May 21, 10:42am
- RT @actcentre: At this year’s @OsloFF, the Human Rights Foundation, in partnership w/ @TheSyriaCmpgn, SPACE & Vega Scene, will feature an e…Tue May 21, 10:29am
- @DonLinn @MollyMcKew @Kasparov63 It will! On https://t.co/B0tfl2UjiX, starting Monday May 27 through Wednesday May… https://t.co/XHMEeiqlp1Tue May 21, 10:29am
Garry Kasparov | The Washington Post
An examination of Putin’s assassination network by HRF Chairman Garry Kasparov.
Alex Gladstein | TIME
How Bitcoin can be a valuable financial tool as a censorship-resistant medium of exchange for people living under authoritarian governments.
Roberto González and Prachi Vidwans | The Wall Street Journal
For removing her hijab in a Tehran protest, a 43-year-old woman was convicted and driven into exile.