The Ignitor Platform


Now that you are a part of this platform we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the platform and its’ features, as well as trying to engage with them. This platform features a number of ways for changemakers to evolve, learn, and strengthen their skills. Create your own global network of changemakers.

Community rules

To ensure that our community is a safe and open environment we have created a set of rules for how to behave on this platform. Take these rules to heart, and feel free to explore! You are always welcome to ask the admins if you are unsure about the rules.

Treat everyone like a human being

No one within this community should feel harassed, bullied or receive threats from other members. The Ignitor Platform is a place of learning and growth. Take the time to listen to other members, challenge ideas and aim to learn together.

Respect other members' privacy

Do not post or threaten to post personal or revealing information about others. Never post or threaten to post intimate or sexually explicit media of anyone.

Think twice about self-promotion

Members should refrain from posting links to their own content or products outside the areas that are specifically dedicated to this.

What is shared on this platform, stays on the platform

The Ignitor Fellowship wants to create a safe environment for all of you to be open and vulnerable, and feel like you are free to speak your mind.

Be authentic

The Ignitor Fellowship and the Ignitor community want to get to know you! Do not impersonate any individual or entity in a deceptive manner. Content manipulation or cheating such as spamming, vote manipulation, ban evasion or subscription fraud will not be tolerated.


The Ignitor Fellowship encourages you to attend events, participate in challenges and complete courses. Get to know other members; they are here because they aspire to be better changemakers and leaders, just like you.

Post responsibly

We remind you that any comment or content you share on the platform is your sole responsibility. The Ignitor team does monitor posts, but do not hesitate to contact one of the admins or email us at if you see anyone break the rules presented above.

Evolve your skills

Dialogue Communities

As a member of the platform, you can join different dialogue communities where you can discuss topics with other members. Learn about other perspectives by engaging in dialogue with your fellow changemakers.


The Ignitor Fellowship will publish challenges throughout the year. These challenges will require you to take a deep dive into the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates' field and reframe it in another context.


Professors, business leaders, and community leaders provide you with courses on topics such as dialogue and leadership. These courses are the first steps towards making change and creating an impact on the issues that matter to you.

Opportunities, Events and Scholarships

The Ignitor Fellowship will post different opportunities, events, and scholarships that members are free to apply for or participate in. These can be arranged by the Ignitor Fellowship, by universities, or by other engaged and conscious corporations, foundations, and NGOs.

Earn points and badges

You’ll gain badges by completing certain activities. Joining and winning challenges, completing courses and becoming a student ambassador will all award you with badges. Each badge will give you 100 points and winner badges 200 points. 

Starting at level 1, you gain a blue badge when you have participated in an event, a challenge, or completed our dialogue course.

You progress by participating in more events, challenges, and courses. After a certain amount of participation, you will gain a green badge.

Other badges signalize what your position is within the platform. Student ambassadors, platform administrators, challenge winners, and Ignitor Fellows will all receive unique badges. 

A big part of using this platform is to gain points to strenghten your candidacy when submitting it to the Ignitor Fellowship, and we want to be transparent on how you can aquire some points by just being active on the platfrom. We have divided your activity on the platform into four groups.


The interest section is about how the members show interest in returning to the platform


The initiative section is how users show initiative to learn on the platform. Activities such as enrolling in a course and registering for an event will earn you points.


The dialogue section focuses on what actions members are taking to start dialogues with other members. Activities such as posting an update, liking or commenting on other posts and acquiring new friends awards you with points. 


The activity section revolves around members completing courses, lessons and quizzes. 

Complete your profile

In the Activity feed, you’ll see other members’ activities, news from the Ignitor Fellowship, and it’s here that you’ll find your profile. The Ignitor Fellowship strongly advises you to complete your profile. This is for your benefit, as well as your peers. By completing your profile you secure yourself a stronger position within the platform and open yourself up to engagement from other members. Doing this will also strengthen your relationship with The Ignitor Fellowship as we get a better understanding of who you are and why you want to be a part of this community.

Start your journey

To kick off your journey with the Ignitor Fellowship start by taking our dialogue course. This will develop your skills, as well as prepare you for what you can expect from this platform. You can find the course under Courses in the menu.
It will also earn you your first badge!

Features soon to come


This will serve as an online library of books, documentaries, series, podcasts, and movies that are recommended by you – the students – as well as the Nobel Peace Center.

The Ignitor Podcast

An interactive podcast interviewing interesting people on relevant matters, based on the questions that Ignitor students suggest. This will hopefully offer unique insight on various topics.

  • Rockford University
  • Leiden University
  • University of Oslo
  • King’s College London
  • Asian Institute of Technology
  • Western Oregon University
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Columbia University
  • University of Amsterdam
  • Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • The London School of Economics
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • VU Amsterdam
  • Cape Town University
  • TU Delft
  • The Hague University
  • University of Cambridge
  • OsloMet
  • BI Norwegian Business School
  • National Autonomus University of Mexico
  • Brown University
  • Lindenwood University
  • Boston University
  • University of Kent

You can read about our official university partners here.