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sep 26

Afrika Nå: Libya-bombingen - hva gikk galt?

26. september, kl. 18:00-19:30
Fellesrådet for Afrika
Kulturhuset
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Norges krigsdeltagelse i Libya er det største norske bombetoktet siden andre verdenskrig. Norge bidro med 15 kampfly og slapp 588 bomber over Libya i 2011. Nå er rapporten om Libya-krigen kommet, og den viser at norske beslutningstakere stolte blindt på feilaktig etterretning. Hva gikk galt i 2011? Hvordan så Libya ut før krigen og hva har konsekvensene vært for landet, regionen og verdenssamfunnet?

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okt 13

Post-conflict crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa

13. oktober, kl. 10:00-11:30
Africa Center for Information & Development (ACID), Fellesrådet for Afrika og Oslo-Norway Gambian Affairs
Hallen 1, Hausmanns gate 16

LESSONS FROM THE GAMBIA:

Since the reintroduction of multiparty politics across sub-Saharan Africa in the early 1990s, electoral competition has become the norm. However, there has been has been widespread post-election violence in many countries including Kenya, Zimbabwe and Nigeria.

Speakers:
Honorable Halifa Sallah, Secretary General People's Democratic Organisation for Independence & Socialism, The Gambia, Member of Parliament and Special Adviser to the President. 
Dr. Tone Sommerfelt, Senior Researcher Fafo 
Mr. Malcolm Momodou Jallow, Member of Parliament in the Swedish Parliament for the Swedish Left Party

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nov 02

Oslo World Seminars: Freedom to love

2. november, kl. 18:00-19:30
Oslo World ++
Kulturhuset
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South Africa’s Constitution of 1996 is considered one of the most progressive ever written. It includes a ban on discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and protects the rights of people regarding sexual orientation. South Africa is also a country in which plenty of musicians and public figures are openly gay. The legal framework is set. The public visibility is prominent and constantly increasing. Yet, the LGBTI+ community in South Africa faces a set of discriminatory practices: Violence, harassment, intimidation and hate crimes are common.

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