The OXLO guide for equal services is a manual on the city’s internet and intranet webpages, with guidelines for the city’s agencies, districts and services on how to make Oslo a city for all – provide equal opportunities regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability.
- Seminar programme for leaders and employees in municipal agencies and city districts
- Guidelines - including subsections on queer knowledge and intersectionality
- PROUD OSLO – Action Plan for Equality and Freedom
- Oslo’s diversity history – exhibitions in city museums and libraries
The evaluation of the impact is carried out through the analysis of the monitoring of the wider Oslo Extra large strategy but also through the external evaluation of Proud Oslo, combined with a review roundtable talks with stakeholders, planned for autumn 2018.
The Municipal council for migrants (established back in 1985), and the Municipal council on gender and sexual diversity (established in 2017) are among the partners of the project.