Tell the Norwegian Government to Let Edward Snowden Come to Norway

On November 18, Edward Snowden will be awarded Norwegian PEN's Ossietzky Prize for outstanding achievements as a whistleblower. We do not want Snowden's chair to be empty in the University Hall in Oslo due to lack of approval to travel to Oslo, as Ossietzky himself was prevented by Hitler from coming to Oslo to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1936.

Co-inviters behind this petition include:
Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy, Daniel Ellsberg, Marit Arnstad, Jesselyn Radack, Arne Ruth, Ola Larsmo, Coleen Rowley, Thomas Drake, Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, Marjorie Cohn, William Binney, William Nygaard, John Kiriakou, Moddi, and Mari Boine.

Please sign this petition to the Government of Norway:

We urge the government of Norway to ensure that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden can safely enter Norway to receive The Ossietzky Prize, which will be formally bestowed upon Mr. Snowden by the freedom of expression group Norwegian PEN 18 November 2016. This will require that Norway commit to providing Mr. Snowden guaranteed protection from extradition to the United States.



76-100 of 25610 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment
25535 1 year ago Stephen Roxborough Langley, WA , US
25534 1 year ago Paul Copeland Toronto, ON , CA
25533 1 year ago Erik Philipson Järfälla, ot , SE I agree withp what Edwatd Snowden has done and th0is initiative!
25532 1 year ago Martin Fyrileiv Namsos, NO
25531 1 year ago Heather Wood Spokane, WA , US Let Edward In. Thanks!
25530 1 year ago ahmed youssef ot , TN Hi Norwegian Government please Let Edward Snowden Come to Norway
He is a great men and thnkx...
25529 1 year ago Anonymous Amelia, VA , US
25528 1 year ago Alyssia Laurent Andover, KS , US
25527 1 year ago Anonymous UA
25526 1 year ago Volker Schmid Wolfschlugen, ot , DE
25525 1 year ago Anonymous CA , US
25524 1 year ago Anonymous CA , US
25523 1 year ago Anonymous Auckland, NZ The Espionage Act is draconian and being tried under it would not guarantee a fair trial by international standards for human rights.
25522 1 year ago Anonymous Rotterdam , ot , NL A True hero
25521 1 year ago Anonymous NL
25520 1 year ago Just Thomas Hiorth Misund Oslo, ot , NO
25519 1 year ago Bjørn Steensrud OSLO, NO
25518 1 year ago Anonymous MI , US
25517 1 year ago Suzanne Lavine Grants Pass, OR , US
25516 1 year ago dave popoff Colville, WA , CA
25515 1 year ago Richard Hamling Kingman, AZ , US
25514 1 year ago Nichole Yamchuk Saskatoon, SK , CA The world needs more people like Edward Snowden.
25513 1 year ago Frédéric Fourny GB RÉSISTANCE !
25512 1 year ago Simen Arnesen Oslo, ot , NO Is he really the traitor for informing the people about tyrants that spy on their people? Sounds more like the guvernement is a traitor to the people its supposed to serve.
25511 1 year ago Benjamin Meyers Churchville, NY , US Whether he is a hero or a traitor, he did what was fundamentally right.
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