Civita

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Formation2003
HeadquartersOslo, Norway
Sponsored byBill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise, Norwegian Shipowners' Association
Membership• Leiv Askvig
• Kristin Clemet
• Gjermund Løyning
• Benedicte Bakke Agerup
• Espen Søilen
• Kim Wahl
• Maria Moræus Hanssen
• Ove Vanebo
• Nils-Henrik M. von der Fehr
• Ann-Helén Bay
• Morten Kinander
• Stein Kuhnle
• Ola Kvalø
• Rune Dahl Fitjar
• Ola Grytten
• Janne Haaland Matlary
• Henrik Syse
• Nikolai Hegertun
• Øystein Sørensen
• Sofie A. E. Høgestøl
• Ole Martin Moen
• Johan H. Andresen
• Georg Apenes
• Egil Bakke
• Carl Bildt
• Paul Chaffey
• Kirsti Koch Christensen
• Ellen Christine Christiansen
• Bernt Johan Collet
• Dag Ekelberg
• Marius Emberland
• Jan Grund
• Eilert Hanoa
• David Hansen
• Ingeborg Moræus Hanssen
• Nils Holme
• Erling Kagge
• Idar Kreutzer
• PJ Anders Linder
• Kristin Skogen Lund
• Anne Birgitte Lundholt
• Vibeke Hammer Madsen
• Egil Myklebust
• Ole Norrbäck
• Lars Peder Nordbakken
• Terje Osmundsen
• Mauricio Rojas
• Pål Atle Skjervengen
• Torild Skogsholm
• Anne Kathrine Slungård
• Tor Mikkel Wara
• Nils Udgaard
Norwegian (neo)liberal think tank

Civita is a Norwegian liberal think tank which gains support from, among others, the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise. In the beginning, it was led by Terje Svabø, but prominent Conservative Party politician Kristin Clemet took over on November 16, 2006, after having central roles in many projects.

The organization works to promote the value of individualism and a free market economy.[1] It functions as a network of people with different political affiliation from different sectors of society (academia, business, media, organizations and politics). The organization spreads its message through seminars, lectures, research, and book publications.[1]


 

Known members

8 of the 52 of the members already have pages here:

MemberDescription
Johan AndresenDouble Bilderberg billionaire.
Carl BildtSwedish deep politician and serial Bilderberger
Kristin ClemetTriple Bilderberger Norwegian politician
Idar KreutzerNorwegian single Bilderberger. Trilateral Commission. Later chaired the government's expert for green competitiveness, and member of the Minister for the Environment's climate council.
Kristin Skogen LundNorwegian executive with deep state ties. Attended two Bilderbergs as Director-General of Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise
Egil MyklebustNorwegian former Bilderberg Steering committee
Mauricio RojasChilean born Swedish politician. Attended the 1999 Bilderberg meeting as leader of the neoliberal think tank Timbro. Prominent in immigrant integration questions for the Liberal Party.
Nils UdgaardSpooky Norwegian politician

 

Sponsors

EventDescription
Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationVery influential and rich foundation established to take leadership of global health.
Confederation of Norwegian EnterpriseThe main employers' organisation in Norway. The Presidents and Director-Generals have a Bilderberg habit.
Norwegian Shipowners' Association


References

  1. a b About Us