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Nordic Day

The Nordic Day on March 23rd is a day worth paying attention to! Exciting dialogues are arranged in different Nordic regions based on the report State of the Nordic Region, where the importance of Nordic co-operation and vision 2030 is discussed.

Five events are organized in five different Nordic countries (in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Iceland), where you will discuss the report's various themes. The results of the report will be a starting point for discussions about common Nordic solutions and initiatives within various themes to achieve the vision's goals for 2030. Digitization and multi-locality will be discussed, which from a cultural perspective can be very exciting, as large parts of the cultural communication were digitized during the covid period.

The events will be in English and will take the form of a panel discussion with a physical audience and will be live-streamed in a variety of Nordic channels.

The first discussion takes place in Oslo, where the report is also launched as a whole with a presentation of the report authors followed by a panel discussion. After that, other events follow, one after the other like pearls on a ribbon.

Representatives from Nordic co-operation are invited; Ministers, parliamentarians, GS and others as well as relevant actors from civil society, business, etc. Åland will participate in the event in Finland. Greenland and the Faroe Islands will participate and there will be a dialogue with Napa, Nipa and the Nordic House in the Faroe Islands.


  • The report "State of the Nordic Region" is launched
    Oslo, 09.00-09.45 CET (10.00-10.45 EEST, finnish time)

  • Mobility and borderline cases
    Stockholm, 10.00-10.45 CET (11.00-11.45 EEST, finnish time)

  • The labor market now and in the future
    Copenhagen, 11.00-11.45 CET (12.00-12.45, EEST, finnish time)

  • Digitization and multilocation
    Helsinki, 12.00-12.45 CET (13.00-13.45 EEST, finnish time)
    The President of the Nordic Council, Erkki Tuomioja, sets the tone for the discussion based on some relevant results in the report State of the Nordic Region and the Finnish Presidency Program.

  • Life and death in the Nordic countries (fertility, etc.)
    Reykjavik, 13: 00-13:45 CET (14.00-14.45 EEST, finnish time)

When? March 23rd, at 9.00 - 14.00 CET (10.00 - 15.00 finnish time)
Where? The
is organized by NIPÅ's sisterorganization "Norden i Fokus" in Finland and will be streamed. All the information and links can be found here


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