The 22 July Center has a crucial social mission as steward of our collective memory of the terrorist attack on the Government Quarter and Utøya in 2011.
We at Halogen are proud to have contributed to the centre's important work of disseminating knowledge, as well as stimulating reflection and awareness around difficult topics such as xenophobia, terror and criticism of sources.
In our work to develop the digital platform, it was clear to us, right from the start, that we had to involve young voices in the process.
Therefore, we facilitated several workshops with students from different grade levels. We used the learning to develop concepts for the most difficult problems - including what demands it would place on technology and solutions.
It was important to us not only to convey the facts, but also to give insight into the confusion, chaos and horror that gripped the community and everyone involved on 22 July 2011.
"Halogen showed a good ability to familiarize himself with the difficult topic in a short time, and has arranged for co-creation and involvement of us all the way. The process was experienced as orderly, dignified, engaging, and not least educational." - 22 July centre
For teaching purposes, we created concepts that give teachers support and guidance to teach about the topics. We also wanted to make it easy to adapt ready-made teaching plans.
In addition to concept development, we described the necessary functional requirements for the centre's digital platform. This is to ensure a consistently worthy and instructive presentation to the public.
"Halogen were responsive, cooperative, inclusive and, not least, they made good choices based on their own expertise in the requested delivery. Highly recommended.” - 22 July centre