The Oslo Times International News Network is a News portal run by over 100 journalists from across the globe in an effort to "redefine journalism" and promote freedom of expression. We provide news as it happens, with facts which have been investigated and presented as they are, without sensationalization of its contents.
We have a deep rooted belief in the values of democracy and the power of free press as agents of social change and defenders of Human Right.
We combine expertise with technology to deliver in depth coverage of News from across the world. At The Oslo Times we strictly prohibit news exaggeration, yellow journalism and we value honest news reports that are balanced and well researched. With correspondents working round the clock in over 70 countries, to provide you with news as it happens.
Four reason why we are different from other media
1. The Oslo Times does not encourage yellow journalism in all its form whether political, corporate or religious.
2. As a media organization The Oslo Times it is completely independent and unbiased from any political establishments.
3. The international media network of The Oslo Times is dedicated in defending human rights
4. We encourage and practice free investigative and open journalism.
We firmly believe that journalists are Human Rights defenders our mission is to defend human rights and the defenders of Human Rights alike, practice and protect free speech, promote Freedom of expression and democracy across the globe. We are a non-partisan media organization and a proud promoter of journalistic excellence and integrity.
The Oslo Times International News Network is also an ideal platform for anyone wanting to speak up against all forms of atrocities.
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Our Core Values
The Oslo Times has been established to defend Human Rights and Human Right Activists around the world. We provide Human Right Activists with a platform to voice their concerns, write about their campaigns and against all forms of Atrocities against mankind.
Democracy and Democratic Values:
We stand firmly against all forms of Extremism, Dictatorial and Totalitarian regimes. We are a secular organization where we respect all religions, faiths and beliefs. We are a multiethnic, multi-cultural and multi-racial organization where diversity is celebrated.
The Oslo Times seeks to uphold universal values – freedom of expression, democracy, and all other economic, social and cultural rights essential to human dignity. It fills the void created by sensationalized versions of the facts, bringing readers a comprehensive understanding of world events.
We have an unprejudiced approach to the news, we always prioritize on fairness and objectivity, The Oslo Times is solely based on facts, investigation and realities and not interpretations or opinions.
Democratic values are at the brink of extinction, as many governments today are driven by greed and authoritarianism and pay no heed to human suffering. The Oslo Times therefore works tirelessly with its partners to promote social justice and preserve democratic values.
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