Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Oslo 2018

Peace Through Commerce brings you our own analysis of this year’s Forum.

Salutations from our Chief Strategy Officer

Michelle A WatersMichelle A. Waters

We’re Counting Down

The Peace Through Commerce team is preparing to return to Oslo, Norway as event partner for the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo 2018. Our role includes analyzing the proceedings of the Forum using our whole systems model — The Matrix of Peace™.

See here last year’s analysis on the issue of Indigenous Peoples’ rights within the context of social justice and environmental protection.

Calls to Action
You Can Take Now

  • Tweet questions to #ClimateQuestions2018 now through December 11, 2018 to the panelists.
  • Join livestream on Facebook on December 11th.
  • Donate here to contribute to the PTC team’s presence and creation of the analysis which will bring a tri-sector view of the problem and a whole systems consciousness approach to solving it.

Peace Through Commerce will keep you updated on our work and the proceedings. Our Matrix of Peace Whole Systems Model analysis  will be available on our website early 2019.

Michelle A. Waters
Chief Strategy Officer
Peace Through Commerce, Inc.

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The Nobel Peace Prize Forum will invite its global audience to take part in the discussion by tweeting their #ClimateQuestions2018 to @NPPFOslo
from 11 October until 1 December.Questions submitted to the Forum’s Twitter account will be compiled and given to our panelists. Tune in to see if your question made the debate. For the latest updates from the Forum, follow us on Twitter and Facebook @NobelinstituttetLive stream the Forum through Nobel Media, and NRK, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, will broadcast it live. Tune in at, or on YouTube. We will post a link to this on Facebook @nobelprize and @nobelinstituttet