Ole Bredesen Nordfjell is an educated sociologist and has worked in Reform since 2007. He has a comprehensive Nordic and international network of contacts in the field of gender equality. In Reform are his areas of expertise:
- Equality in kindergarten and school
- Paternity leave and father’s rights
- Boys and dropouts in school
- Education and the gender-divided labor market
- Men exposed to violence in close relationships
- Separation and child custody
- Men, masculinity and gender equality
“Boy in the girls ‘school and kindergarten – doomed to failure.” Introduction to the pedagogical students’ national meeting debate at Sundvollen Hotel, April 2018.
“Men in women-dominated occupations.” Presentation at the national kindergarten conference Men for enrichment or hassle? To recruit and keep men in kindergarten. Scandic Hell Hotell, Stjørdal, November 2017.
“Man in kindergarten in times of many abuse cases in the media.” Professional day for male employees in kindergartens in Sogn og Fjordane. Skei, Thon Hotel Jølster, February 2017.
“How to work with men and gender equality?” Presentation for students at the Center for Interdisciplinary Gender Research at the University of Oslo, March 2018.
“About boys, men and gender equality.” Presentation for Chinese speaking gender researchers, August 2017.
“Are men made part of Norway’s gender politics?” Presentation at seminar organised by NORAD, May 2017.
“Men can fill part of the care-gap.” Conversation/input at the Informal Meeting of Ministers of Employment, Social Affairs, Family and Gender Equality (EPSCO) in Tallinn, July 2017.
“What does research and children say about the importance of fathers?” Introduction to the launch of the book My father – stories about fathers and diversity at the Litteraturhuset in Oslo, December 2016.
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