The Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights was established as an independent foundation 9th January 2006, and currently has a permanent staff of nine employees. Since the start, the Oslo Center’s work has been related to three main areas: human rights, democracy and inter-religious and intercultural dialogue.
The Oslo Center approved a new strategy in 2013, where the main focus is on Democracy Assistance.
The center aims at strengthening its efforts to promote responsible leadership, in order prevent conflicts and strengthen democratic practice in fragile democracies.
The Oslo Center Annual Reports:
- Annual Report 2006
- Annual Report 2007
- Annual Report 2008
- Annual Report 2009
- Annual Report 2010
- Annual Report 2011
- Annual Report 2012
- Annual Report 2013
- Annual Report 2014
- Annual Report 2015 / 10-Year Anniversary Booklet
- Annual Report 2016
- Annual Report 2017
The Oslo Center Publications:
- Political Party Dialogue: A Facilitator’s Guide
- Coalitions: A Guide for Poiltical Parties
- Religion and Development (only available in Norwegian)
- Election Agents’ Manual
- Election Agents’ Fact Sheet
- A Guide to Branch Management for Political Parties in Kenya