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Earmarked funding for Norwegian journalism

The Fritt Ord Foundation is allocating up to MNOK 25 annually for four years for journalistic projects. The MNOK 100 initiative is entitled Norwegian Journalism.

For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the current demanding situation being experienced by the media, and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The call for applications has seven deadlines for applications during the year. The next deadline is 18 May 2018, at 3 p.m. Applications should be submitted to the Fritt Ord Foundation's application centre.

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Teikneseriar mellom det politiske og det personlege

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##Update: This screening is now fully booked, and there are no longer any available seats. We apologise.##

Fritt Ord invites the public to a film screening and conversation on White Right: Meeting the Enemy, the 2018 Emmy-nominated documentary film about the Charlottesville rally, the race wars, fascism, racism, and alt-right in America today. The event will take place on Monday, 17 September 2018 at 6 p.m., at Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2, Oslo.
The 2018 Free Media Awards are awarded to Chai Khana in South-Caucasus for their efforts to bring attention to under-reported news stories spanning national borders in the region, Fontanka in Russia for their coverage of ongoing and forgotten conflicts, and to the Belarusian website Belarus Partisan for their tireless investigative work, also following the murder of their editor-in-chief in 2016.

Press release – 7 June 2018

The Fritt Ord Foundation and ZEIT-Stiftung honour independent media in Georgia, Russia and Belarus.

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«Røverdatter» fikk Amanda for beste dokumentarfilm

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The Fritt Ord Foundation has published the list of grants for less than NOK 100 000 that were awarded in June 2018.

There are well over 100 projects on the list, including roughly 15 grants for the publication of new Norwegian non-fiction literature. For example, Vega publishing house received NOK 25 000 to print Per Kristian Bjørkeng's book "Artificial Intelligence. The Invisible Revolution". Spartacus publishing house received NOK 20 000 for the publication of the book "Insanitarium" by Drea Karlsen, and Dreyer's publishing house got NOK 30 000 for "The History of the Jews in Modern Europe" by Einhart Lorenz.

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Conversation about "White Right: Meeting the Enemy", by Deeyah Khan Fritt Ord https://www.youtube.com/user/StiftelsenFrittOrd https://i.ytimg.com/vi/JOAr9CPhOSQ/mqdefault.jpg https://i.ytimg.com/vi/JOAr9CPhOSQ/hqdefault.jpg https://i.ytimg.com/vi/JOAr9CPhOSQ/maxresdefault.jpg youtube 1.7751479289941 600 338

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Journalistikk

​For quite some time, the Fritt Ord Foundation has had media and journalism as one of its core target areas. In the demanding situation currently being experienced by the media and thereby by the public sphere as a whole, we aspire to do even more to support and promote high-quality journalism in several fields.

The programme 'Quality Journalism in a New Era' ran from 2015 to 2017, awarding 10 million NOK annually.

The programme 'Norwegian Journalism' will run from 2017 to 2020, and award 25 million NOK annually.

Kritikerstipend

The Fritt Ord Foundation announces a call for applications for 10 annual grants of NOK 200 000 each for critics who write for daily or weekly newspapers, or who supply reviews to TV/radio. The grant scheme will provide aggregate funding of MNOK 6 over a three-year period.

Norwegian Journal of Photography

The Norwegian Journal of Photography was established in 2011 to serve as an arena where independent photographers who work in the interface between traditional press photography on the one hand and art photography on the other will be able to present the full scope of their projects. NJP brings together and supports selected Norwegian photographic documentary projects, and the first edition of the book was launched in February 2013.

www.njp.no

Fritt Ord-konkurransen

The Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for upper secondary school is an annual competition that invites pupils to submit entries about freedom of expression and democracy. A special topic is highlighted each year, and participants' entries can be submitted either in the form of a text or a media production. The Fritt Ord Foundation organises seminars for teachers and offers school visits and supervision for participants.

www.frittordkonkurransen.no