Norsensus Mediaforum is a non-profit media association located in Norway to enhance and improve the practice of media and information literacy, advocacy, and civic participation in society with primary focus on the empowerment of young people and socially deprived groups as well as improving inclusion and diversity in media landscape.
Our vision is a society where all people and communities have equal access to utilize any and all media tools to ensure equal social and economic participation and their self-expression within a diverse media landscape. Our activities and expertize include advocacy campaigning education, ICT, social media and journalism education, media and communication strategy, communication capacity building, curriculum development, research and design.
Empowerment of people through Media and Information Literacy is the main starting point for us to support equal democratic participation and fostering informed media consumers and creators. Recognizing this important function of media and information literacy, Norsensus Mediaforum has been found to expand and improve the practice of media and information literacy through a comprehensive strategy which includes education seminars, local and international projects, and grassroots campaigns for young people, parents, teachers, activists and journalists.
Today from our headquarters on Karl Johans Gate 16B, Oslo, Norsensus Mediaforum team continue to develop exciting social projects, stimulating events and educational programs, and pursuing key partnerships with universities, media outlets and local/international organizations based on our key values and goals.