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"We will not give up in the struggle for what we believe in. We will come back to Utøya."
Eskil Pedersen, Leader of the Workers' Youth League (AUF)
Photo The High-rise building, 23 July, 2011. Photo Morning gymnastics on Utøya, summer 1938. Photo Camp participants sit in front of the Kafè building on Utøya Photo 25th May 2014: Minister for Local Government and Modernization Jan Tore Sanner and Prime Minister Erna Solberg in front of Høyblokka after the press conference on the new government quarter. Photo The high rise building being built, 1957. Photo New extension on The High-rise Building for the Prime Minister's office, March 1990 Photo The construction of the Y-block in 1970 Photo US president Barack Obama and Prime Minister Stoltenberg in his office in the Highrise building, 2009. Photo The Y-block. Video CCTV footage from the Government Quarter Photo Utøya, 20 July 2011. The leader of the Worker's Youth League, Eskil Pedersen, is applauded by the AUF members. Photo Utøya Photo 07 October 2009 Photo The Highrise Building seen from Grubbegata in 1958. Article Objects and collections Photo The Highrise building, 1980s. Article From the 14th of July you can visit our new temporary exhibition! Photo Utvika 21 07. 2012 The memorial at Utvika camping almost one year after the terrorist attacks on 22 July 2011. Utøya Photo The High-rise Government Building under construction, 1957. Photo Jens Stoltenberg, leader of The Worker's Youth League (AUF), helps Gro Harlem Brundtland, leader of the Labor Party, during AUF's Pentecostal Camp on Utøya, in 1988. Article Human costs after the bomb attack in the Government Quarter Photo The High-rise Building and Y-block, 6 August 2014 Quote
"It is my great pleasure to leave this beautiful island in the hands, and to the free us of, Norway's socialist worker's youth."
Kåre Hansen, leader of the Oslo Trade Union.
Photo AUF's summer camp on Utøya 2022 Photo Photo Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland shows ANC-leader Nelson Mandela the view from the Highrise building's rooftop, 19 May 1992. Article Press screening Article Images in the aftermath of crisis Photo Møllergata 19, Youngstorget, 22 July 2011 Photo The High-rise Government Building in 2006. Article Sites of remembrance and debates Article Scenes of remembrance - art of commemoration in the public space after 22 July Photo Utøya, around 1985. Photo The Y-block, The High-rise Building and the G-block in 1998. Photo Students and pupils in front of Hegnhuset on Utøya. Democracy workshop, 2020. Article Now you can see the art installation "Minnering" i 22. juli-senteret Photo Vacation colony on Utøya in the 1930s. Photo Utøya, 21 July 2011. Photo Demolition work of the Y block 31.08.2020 Article Minnering Quote
Why was I one of the lucky ones? The government building complex still stirs painful memories. Something in my body tells me to get out of there. Run.
Eivind Dahl Thoresen / survivor from the government building complex
Photo The artwork "Fishermen" by Carl Nesjar and Pablo Picasso is being moved from the Y block in the government quarter to a temporary storage space. Here, the artwork has been moved into place on concrete foundations in front Photo Lobby area of the High-rise Government Building. Photo Labour Party leader Gro Harlem Brundtland and leader of the Labour Youth, Jens Stoltenberg, Utøya, 1986. Photo The Y-block in 1980 Quote
The team considers quite unacceptable the risk associated with motor traffic in Grubbegata, and establishes, through other proposed measures, that the street is to be closed to unauthorised traffic.
Report, 2004: Security analysis of physical and technical security measures in the ministries, 10 March 2004.
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