The Nobel Week Dialogue is a free of charge event that is part of the official Nobel Week programme in Stockholm. The 2022 dialogue will explore ”The Future of Life” together with Nobel Prize laureats and other speakers. Discussions will focus on the key challenges and opportunities that will influence the future of humanity and life on earth.
The torchlight procession starts at Oslo Central Station and ends in front of the Grand Hotel, where the laureates greet the parade from the balcony of the Nobel Suite. The parade is organised by the Norwegian Peace Council.
After the withdrawal of international troops last year and more than a year with the Taliban, the freedom and basic human rights of the Afghan people, especially women, continues to deteriorate. The Nobel Peace Prize Forum 2022 in Oslo will also address the crucial question of whether and how the West should engage with the Taliban.
Each year, the Nobel Peace Center creates a new photo exhibition about this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. This year’s exhibition is about Ales Bialiatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties and their courageous fight for human rights, democracy, and peaceful co-existence. Opens at 12 December.
The Nobel Prize Museum’s exhibition entitled ‘Life Eternal’ is to be found at Liljevalchs art gallery in Stockholm. The exhibition – which brings together science, art and cultural history – shows different approaches to eternity, explores the crucial issues of our era and offers hope for the future.
Bringing extra star power to this year’s Nobel Prize Concert on 8 December will be German soprano Diana Damrau. Austrian conductor Manfred Honeck will lead the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra at the concert, which is held in honour of the Nobel Prize laureates.
Nobel Week Lights Stockholm is an annual light festival that takes place during the Nobel week in December. Directly inspired by Nobel Prize-awarded discoveries, artworks illuminate the Stockholm winter darkness and invite new insights into the research, lives and contributions of Nobel Prize laureates.
Representatives of the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize laureates Ales Bjaljatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties will be present a press conference at the Norwegian Nobel Institute. Location: The Norwegian Nobel Institute, Henriks Ibsens gate 51, Oslo