"Sustainability at Telenor is about how we do business. We are committed to all UN Sustainable Development Goals, with specific focus on goal #10 Reduced Inequalities. We want to help unlock the benefits of the digital revolution and demonstrate how more can be achieved with connectivity. We work to raise standards and deliver broader access to our services.
Our people and our culture are instrumental in safeguarding the responsible and sustainable business to which Telenor is committed – both internally and in our supply chain. We fully support the UN Global Compact Principles, and along with our customers and partners, we are well-positioned to help deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals."
Avoid catfishing, trolling or fake news – Telenor’s Digiworld teaches children to stay safe
(Fornebu, 15 June 2018) Does your child know how to keep their personal data safe, or recognise trolling? To keep children safe online, Telenor Group is launching a new interactive game, Digiworld, to be used by schools, pupils and parents around the world.
Child Helpline International and Telenor Group team up to help children stay safe online
– A record number of nearly 25 million children and young people across the world contacted a child helpline in 2016. In response to this growing need for support, Child Helpline International and Telenor Group have partnered to build capacity among child helpline counsellors and are launching their first online training module on child online protection. This module is available to child helpline counsellors and volunteers around the world as of today.
Situation in Rakhine State
12 September 2017: Over the last week, there has been an escalation of violence in Rakhine State, Myanmar. International organizations have labelled the situation a “humanitarian crisis”, amid a surge of refugees on the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh. Today, Telenor issued the following statement on the dire situation in the region, urging dialogue and engagement among the involved actors.