Nobel Prize Summit
In the lead-up to the Nobel Prize summit we are taking part in a number of activities and events that will feed into our discussions in May. Read more about them below.
Sourcing Campaign - Opening Call for Submissions
15 February to 2 April
The Digital Public Goods Alliance and the United Nations Development Programme are collaborating to discover and promote open-source solutions and concepts that can help tackle the urgent global challenge of information pollution. They will showcase this at the Nobel Prize Summit in May. Submissions are being accepted from 15 February to 2 April.
You can read more and apply here.
Please submit questions to [email protected]
AAAS Annual Meeting Science for Humanity, Washington D.C., USA
4 March 2023
Plenary session on trust on institutions versus trust in individuals.
Online Peace Safety : Forging a Common Democratic Vision of Freedom of Expression in Cyberspace
10 November 2022
The Nobel Prize joined discussions about online peace and safety during the Paris Peace Forum. The relationship between freedom of expression, democracy and peace was highlighted with the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize to Maria Ressa and Dmitri Muratov, whose 10-point action plan was instrumental in the discussions in Paris.
International Panel on Information Environment, Oxford, UK
4-7 September 2022
The Nobel Prize Summit leadership joined over 30 of the world’s leading experts in algorithmic bias, manipulation and misinformation for the charter meeting of the International Panel on the Information Environment (IPIE) held at Oxford University. First proposed at the 2021 Nobel Prize Summit, the IPIE has now received significant seed funding from six international foundations and convened several Scientific Panels whose findings will be presented at this year’s Summit.
Freedom of Expression Conference, Oslo, Norway
2 September 2022
The Nobel Peace Center’s annual international peace conference shone a spotlight on the need to take action to defend our information ecosystems and fact-based, independent journalism. At the culmination of the conference, 2021 Nobel Peace Laureates Maria Ressa and Dmitri Muratov launched a 10-point plan to address our information crisis.