Sites of remembrance and debates
Scenes of remembrance - art of commemoration in the public space after 22 July
Social media and the love narrative on 22 July
Memorial at the mosque in Åkebergveien, Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre, 26 July 2011
Commemorations in different religions and ways of life after the terrorist attacks on 22 July 2011
"July 22 is stirring debates and strong emotions. Our goal is for The 22 July Centre to become a place for contemplation and learning. As a society, we have to keep reminding ourselves of the tragedy – to make sure it doesn't happen again."
The building process of the 22 July Centre begins
His Majesty King Harald speech, 23 July 2011
A collection of speeches after the terrorist attack on 22 July
Stories of those we lost
Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg’s speech at Rådshusplassen in Oslo, 25 July 2011
Now you can see the art installation "Minnering" i 22. juli-senteret
"Almost all the words have been said by now."
Witnesses' accounts as texts and other materials
Video recordings of personal testimony
Oslo Cathedral, Prime minister Jens Stoltenberg speech, 24 July 2011
No one can take from us the Norway that we want. Tonight the streets are filled with love.