Norway assumes presidency of the Mine Ban Treaty
On 30 November, Norway takes over the presidency of the Mine Ban Treaty.
Religious minorities – vulnerable and persecuted
More than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries where there are restrictions on freedom of religion or belief. Norway is stepping up its efforts to promote respect for this fundamental human right.
Creating Blue Opportunities at the Nordic-African Business Summit 2018
For the eighth-consecutive year, the Norwegian-African Business Association hosted the Nordic region’s leading business conference on African markets in Oslo, Norway.
Petrad: Capacity development for managing petroleum resources
Petrad delivers courses and other programmes for building competencies for the petroleum sector.
Norway supports FAO to distribute fuel-efficient stoves in Northeast Nigeria
Mallama Abubakar's famous jollof cooks quicker and she says, ''tastes sweeter'' on her new fuel-efficient dadin kowa stove.
Buchmesse 2019: The dream we carry
Norway is Guest of Honour at Frankfurter Buchmesse 2019. Experience Norwegian literature and arts at events throughout 2019 and at the book fair in October. NORLA organises the project on behalf of the Norwegian government.
Illicit Financial Flows: Taking Stock and Setting the Agenda
Minister of International Development Nikolai Astrup's statement at an event on illegal capital flow, hosted by Nigeria, Norway and UNCTAD on the sidelines of the UNGA.
Norway provides NOK 1.68 billion to UN humanitarian fund (CERF)
‘The agreement with CERF will ensure greater predictability for our humanitarian partners and contribute to a more effective humanitarian response,’ said Ms Eriksen Søreide.
Norway intensifies efforts in the Sahel region
Norway is stepping up its efforts in the Sahel, and today the Government is launching a strategy for Norway’s efforts in this region for the period 2018-2020.
NOK 325 million in humanitarian aid to the Lake Chad region
Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide announced this contribution in Berlin today at the high-level conference on the crisis in the Lake Chad region, which Norway is co-hosting with Germany, Nigeria and the UN.