After 2010 the Oslo Center made a strategic shift from human rights to democracy assistance and institution building. The work of human rights and interreligious dialogue still being a priority, but rather as an integrated component of democracy assistance. From this point on the Oslo Center has shared technical expertise and experience to support good governance, political institution-building, inclusive participation, and civic engagement.
Today, the Oslo Center has evolved into a dynamic organization with international partners and an ever-growing interest in our activity. The positive impact of our support in democratization encourages us to set new higher objectives to enlarge our reach, help more partners in their democratization path while promoting peaceful and inclusive societies and fostering strong, transparent, and accountable institutions.
Throughout the years the Oslo Center has grown and developed into the organization it is today. It is our practical and process oriented approach, as well as the significance we put on local ownership that has made us into who we are today.