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Turning the Page of Hate: How Journalists Can Combat Sexual Bias.

What ethical responsibility do journalists have to eliminate hate speech and stereotypical reporting?

Journalism is not free speech, it is constrained expression. It works in a framework of values. It has purpose. It is a public good. When we understand this we are better equipped to identify and deal with hate speech.

Designed for working journalists and students, the workshop aims to provide practical and theoretical tools for journalists reporting on gender and sexual minorities.

Aidan White, Director, Ethical Journalism Network
Reidun Kjelling Nybø, Assistant secretary general, Association of Norwegian Editors
Amna Veledar, Advisor, The Equality and Anti-discrimination Ombud

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Oslo Pride 2015

Oslo Pride is the largest Pride festival in Norway. ​Oslo Pride is a ten day long festival.
The programme in 2015 consists of over 130 free events - debates, workshops and parties.

The three main pillars of the festival is:
1. Pride House (free entrance: the political arena at the House of Litterature June 19.-21)
2. Pride Park (free shows, conserts and more at Spikersuppa - in the middle of Oslo - June 24.-27)
3. Oslo Pride Parade (June 27th).

2.000 persons visited Pride House in 2014, 50.000 visited Pride Park and 20.000 marched in the parade.

Oslo Pride were the hosts of EuroPride 2014.

Oslo Pride
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Tollbugata 24
0157 Oslo
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