The Justice Conference Norway started in 2018, as a collaboration between a number of churches and faith-based organizations.
This year the conference will seek to gather 500 people at Storsalen in Oslo, with focus on 4 main themes: Modern slavery, Climate Changes, Economic Inequality and Justice and Theology. There will be parallell seminars and workshops based on these themes.
The Justice Conference is an international movement, and the founder, Ken Wytsma, will attend the conference in Oslo on Nov 8th.
We are also pleased to announce that the Minister of International Development, Dag-Inge Ulstein will participate in a panel discussion about “Faith and the Sustainable Development Goals: Approaching development from a unique perspective.” The other participants are Dr. Azza Karam, General Secretary of Religions for Peace, Dagfinn Høybråten, General Secretary of Norwegian Church Aid and Sofie Nordvik, YMCA-YWCA.
Some of the parallell sessions and workshops will be in English.