David Hebert is a music professor from the United States who lives and works in Bergen, the Norwegian music capital, where he teaches international music.
Author: Marit Fosse
Marit Fosse interviews Norwegian Einar Bjørgo, chief of the UN’s satellite analysis organization, UNOSAT, which gathers data on global heritage sites.
The 2019 winner of the Nansen Refugee award is Kyrgyz lawyer Azizbek Ashurov for his work in support of Kyrgyzstan’s efforts to end statelessness.
For World Refugee Day, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, presented its annual global trends report and praised Norway’s aid to refugees.
At Smart Summit, an event in Geneva dedicated to the future of cities, Norway was represented by the small city of Ålesund and its mayor Eva Vinje Aurdal.
On May 10, 2019, representatives of more than 180 countries adopted a raft of decisions to combat plastic waste and reduce environmental pollution.
Danish-Norwegian Rabbi Michael Melchior was honored with the Jean Nussbaum and Eleanor Roosevelt International Award of Excellence.
Marit Fosse interviews Rolph Payet, executive secretary of the Basel, Rotterdam & Stockholm conventions an environmental issues.
Hans Brattskar, the Norwegian United Nations ambassador in Geneva, discusses multilaterilsm in an interview with Marit Fosse.
Norwegian Minister of International Development Nikolai Astrup is working towards digitzing foreign aid as part of a United Nations initiative.