The Norwegian Forum for Development and Environment (ForUM)

The Norwegian Forum for Development and Environment (ForUM) is a network of 50 Norwegian organizations within development, environment, peace, human rights and humanitarian aid. Our vision is a democratic and peaceful world based on fair distribution, solidarity, human rights and sustainability. 

Our main area of work (2013-2020) is on the Sustainable Development Goals.

COP23:

A frustrated Fiji after a denied legacy

Being the second conference since an agreement was reached in Paris on how to save the ship from sinking, and following a number of dress-rehearsals, the world converged in Bonn (COP23) with mixed expectations. 

New report:

Norwegian and international climate finance

Climate finance is one of the hottest topics on the UN climate change agenda. A new report from Norwegian organisations presents new and interesting findings on both Norwegian and international climate finance.

New report: :

17 goals. 1 future

How the UN Sustainable Development Goals can be reached in and with Norway by 2030.

Control Arms' kampanje "Raceto50", med mål om å nå 50 stater som har ratifisert våpenhandelsavtalen. Da kan avtalen endelig tre i kraft etter 90 dager. 
Foto: Control Arms / Flickr
Partners in Developing Countries:

Global CSO partnership in 2016

Read about Forum for Development and Environment's cooperation in 2016 with global civil society networks and organisations in developing countries.

More news