This page lists some useful links.
National guide - violence and abuse.
Crisis Centre Secretariat– an organization for crisis centres in Norway.
National knowledge centre for violence and traumatic stress.
Alternative to violence is a treatment and competence centre pertaining to violence, with special emphasis on domestic violence.
Lofoten and Vesterålen Family Care/Welfare office.
Vesterålen Child Protection/Welfare.
Protection for the Elderly.
DIXI is a resource centre for rape victims.
Office for criminal injuries compensation..
Center for Crisis Psychology; the centre works actively to disseminate knowledge about how to handle crises, traumas and accidents.
Jurk, legal advice for women.
Self-help Norway, national competence centre for self-organized self-help.
Mental Health is a socio-political interest organization that works to ensure that everyone has the best possible mental health.
MIRA is a resource centre for women of minority background..
Self-help for immigrants and refugees.
Support Centre for Victims of Incest and Sexual Assault.
116111, is an emergency telephone number for children and adolescents.
Ung.no – a source of public, quality-assured information for young people.
Health information service for young people. This website provides young people with good information and advice about topics related to their bodies and health, intoxicants and sexuality irrespective of who you are or where you live.
Save the Children works for children’s rights and for a dignified life for every child.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Amnesty International is the world’s largest human rights organization.
Stine Sofie’s Foundation works for a violence-free childhood for all children.
Utsatt mann is an organization that works against sexual abuse of children.
Reform is a resource centre for men.
Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs.
Red button, tips.kripos.no is the way by which the police can make their presence visible on websites frequented by children and young people (Read more on the police website).
Lovdata is a portal that permits you to search for statutes, regulations, court rulings and parliamentary resolutions.
Norwegian Government’s anti-domestic violence action plan 2014-2017.