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We start change: Heidy’s story
Heidy Quah is a young Malaysian woman who wanted to make a difference. She had an idea that would help refugees in her home country improve their lives. She believed that computer literacy would open doors for them, empowering them to start businesses, pursue education and reach out to the rest of the world.
Telenor at the UN: attending the Global Compact Leaders Summit
On Friday 25 September last year, 193 world leaders committed to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within the next 15 years.
Women @ Telenor Pakistan
Diversity is top priority in Telenor Pakistan, and they have made great strides in creating a gender balanced workplace. Here’s a look at what they do for women.
Tonic is the New Face of Digital Health Services for Telenor
Telenor’s m-health service Tonic signals new era of digital health in emerging Asia.
Tapad CEO named Nordic “Founder of the Year”
Tapad CEO and Founder, Are Traasdahl, has been named Nordic Startup Awards' Founder of the Year.
Full gender balance in Montenegro & Serbia
Telenor Montenegro and Serbia is setting a good example. In ten years the proportion of women leaders has moved from 20 to 44 per cent. Today, the company has full gender balance on all levels in the organization.
Siri Birgitte Bang Berge appointed new Head of Group Legal
As the new Head of Legal, Siri will join the Group Corporate Affairs team effective September 2016.
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Capacity Building @ National Sustainability Conference
In December 2015, Telenor India hosted a ‘National Sustainability Conference’ in New Delhi addressing topics such as green telecom, women empowerment, diversity, supply chain sustainability and social responsibility.
Helping the elderly to master tablet and smartphone
Almost everyone below 35 in Norway uses mobile internet, while nearly 20 percent of those above 65 do so. Telenor arranges training courses to help the elderly increase their digital skills and grasp the benefits of being connected.
Smart Municipalities today for a Smart Norway tomorrow
Smart Kommune or Municipality is a program run by Telenor Norway to encourage municipal strategies for digitization and mobility. Main focus areas of the strategy include education, health, care, geodata, sensors, technical field solutions as well as overall municipality communication
The Largest Anti-Bullying School Tour in Norway
Telenor Norway’s Bruk Hue or Be Smart Use Heart is the largest school tour against digital bullying. Since 2009, Bruk Hue-tour has visited over 700 schools, talked to 217,000 children and 45,000 parents about digital bullying and netiquette.
Non-formal education for children out of school
Playing its part to invigorate step by step change in the status of child labour, Telenor Myanmar and partners are running the successful Myanmar Mobile Education Project (myME) for children working in Telenor Myanmar’s branded teashops
Keeping focus on child online safety in Denmark
In November 2015, the Media Council for Children and Youth in collaboration with among others Telenor and Save the Children published the guide "There is so much parents don’t understand…"