Abloom adheres to these core principles

No one should experience outsidership because they are born differently.

Taboos should be broken - knowledge should be strengthened. And it must benefit vulnerable individuals.

Everyone, regardless of identity, is welcome to do something good for others through Abloom.

Our most important areas of action

Meeting places

We arrange Abloom Film Festival, Mini Abloom and Abloom Summer and Winter Days - An effective supplier of good meeting places for vulnerable minorities and professionals.

Addressing taboos

Abloom is at the forefront of the fight to break taboos, including through the project "Disability - not a divine punishment".

Debates and awareness

Abloom organizes, participates and encourages debates about disabled people and their needs in the spirit of learning and raising awareness.

Community participation

Abloom encourages increased participation in society among minority language disabled people and their families.

Voluntary opportunities

Abloom recruits, organizes and trains volunteers with minority backgrounds - many of them refugees and vulnerable dual minorities.

Decision-making influence and research

Abloom sits on various councils and committees that can make good interaction. We also collaborate with researchers in Norway and contribute more to research on disabilities.

Our sponsors

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