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A call for solid, long-term and predictable funding of Norwegian research

In collaboration with Universities Norway (UHR), The National Union of Students in Norway (NSO) and Abelia, Forskerforbundet has initiated a petition that calls for long term and sustainable funding of research in Norway. Research is a fundamental prerequisite for solving numerous and major societal challenges at national and global level. Norway is in the midst of a green transition, which requires large investments in knowledge, technology and innovation. Research is a safety net. To be prepar

Created: 2022-06-13 Statistics

Orthoptics in Norway

The Orthoptists in Norway are scarce. Orthoptists examine, diagnose and treat defects of binocular vision. These defects occur as a result of abnormal development in childhood, or an acquired incident in adulthood. However, Norwegian patients are at risk of poorer care due to the fact that no Orthoptic education exists in Norway. The University of Oslo is willing to start providing a Bachelor degree in Orthoptics, leading on to a Masters degree, at the faculty of medicine, if funding can be foun

Created: 2021-05-22 Statistics

Location for floating saunas in Oslo

During 2.5 years of operations in Aker Brygge, Oslo Fjord Spa has built up a wonderful, diverse community of people. Our saunas have become a meeting place for people from all walks of life. There is a pandemic of loneliness running rampant across the modern world and we believe our saunas have become an essential “third place” for many Oslo residents; somewhere healthy outside of their work and home environment (which is often one and the same now) where they can be themselves, socialise, conne

Created: 2022-04-26 Statistics

“STOP THE RELIGIOUS STATE” PETITION - removal of article 196 from Polish Penal Code in defence of artistic freedom and freedom of expression

To: Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Members of Parliament:   Article 196 of the Polish Penal Code states the following: Whoever offends the religious feelings of other persons by outraging in public an object of religious worship or a place dedicated to the public celebration of religious rites, shall be subject to a fine, the penalty of restriction of liberty or the penalty of deprivation of liberty for up to 2 years. This is an offence prosecuted ex officio by the public prosecutor's office

Created: 2021-03-12 Statistics