Keep up with our talented Telenor Youth Forum delegates. Here’s the latest news and information.
Get to know the delegates
Learn more about education, activities and achievements of the 16 exceptional delegates who were selected for the Telenor Youth Forum 2018-19.
Team DIGIU on Reduced Inequalities: Whose role is it anyway?
New knowledge about the cause and consequences of inequality are being uncovered all the time, so you can’t say “we didn’t know it was a problem or how to solve it” any longer, so says Elise Landsem, TYF 2017 delegate from Norway.
Team Edentify on Reduced Inequalities: Whose role is it anyway?
Those who are able and willing to help and the less fortunate should step up to do so regardless of age, place of origin, gender and cultural background, so says Máté Mátyás, TYF 2017 delegate from Hungary.
Team BD4 on Reduced Inequalities: Whose role is it anyway?
Developed countries have a greater obligation towards reducing inequalities than developing countries, which has other basic priorities they need to meet, so says Fanny Kristiansson, TYF 2017 delegate from Sweden.
Team AGNCY on Reduced Inequalities: Whose role is it anyway?
All of us have a role to play in achieving reduced inequalities. It is not a question of who bears more responsibility; rather, it is about stepping into our respective roles and being socially responsible, so says Nang Kant Kaw, TYF 2017 delegate from Myanmar.
Telenor banks on youth service to crowdsource reports of labour violations
BANGKOK, 31 May 2018 – Following six months of intense work, the team AGNCY and their service to crowdsource labour violation reporting was announced winner of the fifth annual Telenor Youth Forum in Bangkok on 31 May 2018. Tackling UN Sustainable Development Goal #10, their service addresses the need to serve as a ‘digital message in a bottle’ for labourers.
26 youth ‘start change’ with Telenor Youth Forum and Nobel Peace Center
Twenty-six youth were selected for the Telenor Youth Forum in 2016. They have been tackling global, social challenges for the past 10 months, and this work is now encapsulated in the “We Start Change” digital exhibition, in collaboration with the Nobel Peace Center.
Are you the next delegate for the Telenor Youth Forum 2017?
Calling all social-minded, tech savvy millennials! We are now recruiting for the fifth Telenor Youth Forum, a year-long program which takes participants to Oslo and Bangkok, and which will challenge what you know and how you make an impact on the world. Selected applicants will also attend 2017 Nobel Peace Prize festivities in Oslo.
Red Cross, UNICEF and Techfugees & others to aid Telenor Youth Forum delegates in solving global dilemmas
Experts from Red Cross, Techfugees, UNICEF Global Innovation Center, World Education Foundation, InterBridge and Telenor Research to serve as mentors during the Telenor Youth Forum, 8-11 December in Oslo.