11 films Found
Norway has adopted the radical goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030, yet for decades it has used its bountiful oil reserves to bankroll its economy. How long can the country sustain this environmental paradox?
Why are so many parents in Norway claiming that the state is kidnapping their children? With a 70% spike in recent cases and accusations of racial intolerance, are their children being saved, or stolen?
On an Arctic mountain range with temperatures dropping to minus 54, young male and female soldiers live and breathe every minute together. Norway's Army is exploding gender divisions for a better force.
In 2011 right-wing extremist Anders Breivik tried to wipe out Norway's Labour Party youth movement at a summer camp on Utoya Island. Survivors of the attack are now more determined than ever to enter politics.
A new law is dividing opinion in Norway, as the private sector must now ensure that 40% of their executives are women. Is this just political correctness, or the key to a strong economy?
In the sleepy town of Narvik, the global economic meltdown has caused havoc. Finding itself caught in a spiral of deceit and debt, people are considering leaving town as public services struggle to stay open.
A prison with no walls, where inmates convicted of violent crimes spend their days skiing or farming? Norway's eco prison aims to teach convicts personal redemption through global responsibility.
By his own admission, Mullah Krekar trained units of suicide bombers in Iraq and founded a Taliban-style militant group. But all attempts to deport him from his safe haven in Norway have failed.