Norway steps up development assistance for promoting healthy and sustainable oceans
‘The world is facing major challenges, and a growing global population will need more food, more jobs and clean energy.
Historical meeting of encyclopedias in Brussels
How can encyclopedias contribute to public education in a time of fake news and disinformation? The Great Norwegian Encyclopedia (SNL) invited encyclopedias from 16 countries in Europe and North America to Brussels to discuss opportunities and challe
Multilateralism, peace and security
What can EU, NATO and the UN do to uphold and reform multilateralism in conflict prevention and crisis management? That was the question up for discussion at Tuesday’s panel discussion at Norway House.
60 Nordic universities promoting research and innovation in Brussels
Just short of 60 university leaders from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden met in Brussels to demonstrate their joint commitment to the future of European research and innovation.
Research is key to sustainable development of the Arctic
On 26 June, the Mission of Norway to the EU together with the Research Council of Norway invited stakeholders in Brussels to discuss how Norway, as one of the leading countries in Arctic research, can contribute to EU's overall ambitions.
Sharing perspectives on student mobility
This week, Norway and the Netherlands joined forces in Brussels to discuss student mobility.
Norway to provide NOK 345 million for humanitarian mine clearance in 2019
Norway is maintaining a high level of support for humanitarian mine clearance in 2019, with an allocation of NOK 345 million.
Government presents white paper on Norway’s role and interests in multilateral cooperation
‘The world is facing a number of challenges that are too great and complex for any one country to tackle alone, and must therefore be addressed through joint efforts.
Revised strategy for combating work-related crime
Work-related crime has serious consequences for workers, enterprises and for society as a whole. A good and sound working life in Norway depends on compliance with rules governing working life, while preventing and combating work-related crime.
Conclusions of the 51st meeting of the EEA Council
The fifty-first meeting of the EEA Council took place in Brussels on 20 May 2019 under the Presidency of Mr Ștefan-Radu Oprea, Minister for Business Environment, Commerce and Entrepreneurship of Romania, representing the Presidency of the Council of
Pride Parade 2019: Diplomats for Equality
Declaration by 40 ambassadors in Brussels on the occasion of the Belgian Pride Parade 2019