The Rafto staff is based at the Rafto House in Bergen. The building also hosts the local offices of the Amnesty International in addition to offices and rooms for the educational work carried out by the foundation. The Rafto House is part of the Human Rights House Network.
The Rafto Human Rights House in Bergen, Norway, was established in memory of Thorolf Rafto's son, Egil Rafto (1951-1997), and was officially opened in 1999 by Aung San Suu Kyi's youngest son, Kim Aris.
The Egil Rafto House Foundation owns the Rafto House for Human Rights. Staff at the Rafto Foundation are in charge of the day-to-day administration of the Rafto House. The Board of the Egil Rafto House Foundation consists of Jan Ramstad and Dag Astrup Stiegler.
How to find us
The Rafto House is located near the student centre (Studentsenteret) of the University of Bergen.
Address: Menneskerettighetenes plass 1, 5007 Bergen.