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MelaValg: What kind of city do today's young people want?
Thursday, September 7
Oslo is a complex city with all the advantages and disadvantages that entails. Although most young people feel that Oslo is a safe and good hometown, they face different challenges than young people growing up elsewhere in the country. How can Oslo become an even better and safer city for today's young people? What kind of city do today's young people want - and what can politicians do?
The debate is chaired by Najma Hussein from Agenda X.
The debate is a collaboration between Agenda X and Oslo Mela.
In connection with the municipal elections on 11 September, Oslo Mela is launching a campaign to highlight current political issues, increase voter turnout among young people, and mobilize voters with immigrant backgrounds and first-time voters.
Who can vote in the municipal election?
Norwegian citizens over the age of 18, or who turn 18 in the election year.
Foreign citizens, over 18 years of age or who turn 18 in the election year, and who have been registered as resident in Norway continuously for the last three years before election day.
Citizens of other Nordic countries, over 18 years of age or who turn 18 in the election year, who have been registered as resident in Norway since no later than June 30, 2023.