The Norwegian Human Rights Fund (NHRF) is the controller for the personal information processed on this site. Responsibility for privacy policy and adherence rests within the responsibilities of the NHRF’s Executive Director.  
You may reach us in the following ways:
Postal address: P.O. Box 6890 St. Olavs Plass N-0130 Oslo, Norway
Street address: Grensen 3, N-0159 Oslo, Norway

The NHRF homepage:

The NHRF home page uses some basic cookies to improve the site's performance and improve your experience, as well as to enable you to share content on social media if desired.

The following section informs you on what cookies are, what cookies the NHRF use and how you can restrict or turn off the cookies.

1. The cookie used at 
NHRF uses one cookie on this sight:

Google Analytics to analyze statistics about everything that is happening on our site. This service requires data from The data stored in these cookies are anonymized and can only be read by Google

2. What is a cookie/cookie?
A cookie is a text file that is downloaded to the device you use to access our Web site, and is stored on the device's hard drive. Information stored in a cookie is personal and can only be read by the website that first saved it.

3. How does the NHRF use cookies?
We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • Collect statistical data about the use of the website and its function, so that we can follow and improve the site.
  • To allow you to share content from our site on social media platforms if you desire (Facebook, Twitter) 

3. What types of cookies does use?
Cookies on our site can be divided into two categories:

Performance and statistics
These are always impersonal and are used to monitor and analyze use of the site. Examples of these are typical:

  • The number of visits per page
  • How many people share a website on Facebook
  • Which items in the menus, most used

Functionality (Third-Party)
These are used to provide you with functionality. Use on include:

  • Facebook, which stores data about you as a Facebook user if you use comment field.
  • Twitter

4. How to control cookies
If you want you can block or limit the use of cookies by changing the settings in your browser.

All Web browsers allow you to change the settings for cookies, usually found this under privacy/privacy in settings. There are basic two things you can change:

  • You can turn off cookies completely. 
  • You can turn off third-party cookies. 

If you disable cookies, you will still be able to use most of the services we offer at

More information
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