Monthly Archives: June 2013

Peace Scholar Post: Cate Anderson

After our first sessions today, all of the students at the Nansen Center visited Lillehammer’s 1994 Olympic games ski jump. Along with a stunning view of Lillehammer, we climbed down the 1000 steps following the steep chute into the valley. … Continue reading

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Missions and Missions by Maureen Reed

Missions and Missions In short, a trade mission ought to deliver jobs. At every step and every stop it is designed for Delegates to meet, greet, and repeat. For the Nobel Peace Prize Forum, the Governor’s Trade Mission allowed us … Continue reading

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Peace Scholar Post: “Norwegian Nights: Inspiring Peace Making” by Mallory Schulte

To all scholars, it has become glaringly obvious that it never becomes dark in Norway in the summer. This unique aspect of our geographical location is quite bothersome for a group of students trying to adjust to a new time … Continue reading

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Maureen Reed reflects on Alfred Nobel.

Creative Genius It’s a strikingly beautiful city, Stockholm. Built on islands in the Baltic Sea, it is arced by rainbows and crisscrossed by stone bridges. On these alternately showery and sunny summer days, not a single piece of litter spoils … Continue reading

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Peace Scholar Post: “Beginnings” by Esme Marie

Beginnings  After a long day of traveling, we’ve finally arrived in Lillehammer where we’re about to embark on our six week journey of peace and conflict studies that commences with a four day stay at the Nansen Center for Peace … Continue reading

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