The Norwegian government commissioned a task force to examine the prevalence of sexual assault in Norway and what can be done to remedy the situation. According to the commission, there are about 16,000 rapes or attempted rapes in Norway each year. Out of a population of 4.7 million. Of these, about 1,000 are reported to the police. At least 9 of 10 are left unreported, due to various reasons, including a lack of knowledge among victims that they have been violated. And those who report it, have little reason to be assured - the police closes 80% of cases reported to them without prosecuting anyone. All in all, about 1% of rapists in Norway are ever convicted.
One issue identified by the commission is that immigrants are more likely to commit sexual assaults than ethnic Norwegians. So one proposed measure is to provide all immigrants on a training program on why rape is bad.