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Natteravnene

Concerned citizen's on patrol in Oslo, a late Friday afternoon
S-train in Denmark with a sponsored wrap advertisement for Natteravnene in Denmark

Natteravnene (English: the Night Ravens), established in 1990, is a anti-social behavior. The volunteers will also assist people who are unable to take care of themselves.

The franchise is inspired by the 1985 established Nattugglorna from Karlstad in Sweden,[1] when it was locally recognized in Norway that certain parts of Oslo downtown had become too unsafe for people in general during nighttime. The franchise has since spawned into other parts of Norway as well as having chapters in Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland and Sweden (now under the name Nattevandring.NU).[2]

References

  1. ^ Natteravnene: Historikk (Norwegian)
  2. ^ Natteravnene i Norden (Danish)

External links

  • Official web site for Natteravnene
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