Pressekonferanse: Pressefrihetsindeksen 2018

I morgen presenteres status for pressefrihet i verden. Bli med på presentasjonen.


Indeksen presenteres av Reportere uten grenser i samarbeid med Norsk Presseforbund og Fritt Ord. I fjorårets kåring kom Norge øverst.

Tid: onsdag 25. april 2018 kl 12:00-13:00. Dørene åpnes kl 11:45.

Sted: Fritt Ord, Uranienborgveien 2 (inngang fra Parkveien), 0258 Oslo.

Åpning ved Knut Olav Åmås, Fritt ord.

Si gjerne fra om du kommer til Presentasjonen foregår på engelsk, se utfyllende invitasjon og program i teksten under.


Reporters without borders (RSF) and its partners, the Norwegian Press Association and the Fritt Ord Foundation, are pleased to invite you for the


Wednesday 25 April 2018 – 12:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m

Doors at 11:45 a.m

Hosted by the Fritt Ord Foundation Uranienborgveien 2, 0258 Oslo – (entrance from Parkveien)

Opening remarks by Knut Olav Amas, Executive Director, Fritt Ord Foundation
Moderated by Elin Floberghagen, Secretary General, Norwegian Press Association

With speakers including:

Antoine Bernard, Reporters without Borders, Deputy Director
Harlem Désir, OSCE, Representative on Freedom on the Media
Erol Önderoğlu, Reporters without Borders, Respresentative in Turkey

Please RSVP before Friday, April 20

Press contact :

Emilie Boulay / / +33 (0)6 77 92 16 77

About Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders is the largest press freedom organization in the world with more than 30 years of experience. Thanks to its unique global network of 150 local correspondents investigating in 130 countries, 11 national offices (Austria, Brazil, Finland, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taïwan, Tunisia, UK, USA) and a consultative status at the United Nations and UNESCO, Reporters Without Borders is able to have a global impact by gathering and providing on the ground intelligence, and defending and assisting news providers all around the world.

About The Norwegian Press Association
The Norwegian Press Association (Norsk Presseforbund) is an organization for free media and editors, journalists and publishers. Our members are Norwegian newspapers, magazines, online media, radio and TV-stations. Our main task is to work for press freedom and independence, a joint code of ethics, and an open and transparent society.

About The Fritt Ord Foundation
The Fritt Ord Foundation is a private non-profit foundation working to protect and promote freedom of expression and the environment for freedom of expression in Norway and internationally, particularly by encouraging lively debate and the dauntless use of the free word. The Foundation also supports other aspect of arts and culture.

About the OSCE
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has the mandate to monitor media freedom issues in the 57 states of the OSCE, to alert governments on difficulties and to offer them assistance. Harlem Désir has been appointed in July 2017.