Government of Norway
| Council for Gender Equality|
Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombudsman
The Centre for Gender Equality (Norwegian: Likestillingssenteret, formally Kompetansesenter for likestilling) was a Norwegian government agency that existed from 1997 to 2006 to promote gender equality. It was a successor to the Council for Gender Equality, that existed from 1973 to 1997. In 2006, its responsibilities were transferred to the new Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombudsman.
Since 2008, the name Likestillingssenteret has been used by an unrelated, private organisation.
Ingunn Yssen (1997–2002)
Long Litt Woon (2003–2005)
Centre for Gender Equality Wikipedia
Office manager Mona Larsen-Asp was acting director 2002–2003.