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Kim Larsen new head of the Nordic Institute in Åland

At the end of the year, Greenlander Kim Larsen will take over as head of the Nordic cultural institution NIPÅ in Mariehamn, Åland. He will replace Jacob Mangwana Haagendal, whose tenure is coming to an end.

COP26: The program is live

With more than 100 events across our Glasgow Pavilion and Nordic COP26 Hub in Helsinki, the Nordic program covers a wide range of topics on climate change and solutions. From green energy and transportation to food systems and finance.

Hva tenker vi om det nordiske samarbeidet nå?

Kriminalitetsbekjempelse, klima, forsvar og sikkerhet - Dette mener de nordiske borgere at er det viktigste for de nordiske landene å samarbeide om. Det viser en ny opinionsundersøkelse utført av Nordisk råd og Nordisk ministerråd. Borgere gir også en tydelig tilbakemelding på koordineringen av pandemitiltakene.

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary to award prizes at Nordic awards ceremony

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary will award the 2021 Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize at the Nordic Council awards ceremony on 2 November at Skuespilhuset in Copenhagen. Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary are both participating in the event, which can be watched live throughout the Nordic Region.

Focus on crisis preparedness at the 73rd Session of the Nordic Council

What have the Nordic countries learnt from the coronavirus crisis, and how should Nordic co-operation on crisis and emergency preparedness be strengthened going forwards? This is a key topic of the Nordic Council Session due to take place in Copenhagen from 1 to 4 November. This year, the Session will be held in person, having been held digitally last year.

Nordic Council awards ceremony to be broadcast live from Copenhagen on 2 November

The Nordic Council prizes will be awarded at Skuespilhuset in Copenhagen on 2 November. Hosted by actor Jakob Oftebro, the winners will be awarded their prizes by actor David Dencik, previous environment prize winner Selina Juul, composer Phillip Faber, and the head of government of the Faroe Islands Bárður á Steig Nielsen.

Krisberedskap i fokus på Nordiska rådets 73:e session

Vad har Norden lärt av coronakrisen och hur ska det nordiska kris- och beredskapssamarbetet stärkas framöver? Det är ett bärande tema på Nordiska rådets session i Köpenhamn den 1-4 november. I år hålls sessionen fysisk efter att förra året ha varit digital.

Генеральный секретарь Совета министров Северных стран встретился с первым заместителем Министра иностранных дел России

В Министерстве иностранных дел Российской Федерации первый заместитель Министра иностранных дел Владимир Геннадьевич Титов встретился на этой неделе в Москве с генеральным секретарем Совета министров Северных стран Паулой Лехтомяки для обсуждения общих вопросов и деятельности Северных стран в России по сотрудничеству. Оба партнера положительно относятся к программе сотрудничества и 24 новым проектам, в которых основное внимание уделяется молодежи, зеленой энергетике и защите окружающей среды.

Secretary General meets Russia’s First Deputy Minister of foreign affairs

At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Gennadievich Titov, First Deputy Minister meet with Paula Lehtomäki Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers in Moscow this week to discuss common issues and the Nordic co-operation activities in Russia. Both partners are positive to the co-operation program and 24 new projects that include focus on youth, green energy and environment.

UN Climate Negotiations: Join the conversation in Helsinki

This year you do not have to fly all the way to Glasgow, UK, to participate in the discussions about the UN Climate negotiations, COP26. The Nordic co-operation gives you access to the debates – online or on spot in Helsinki at the Nordic COP26 Hub.

Watchdog and important partner

Many Nordic politicians and officials go to work every day to make their contribution to the sustainable transition, but everyone benefits from showing their cards, being challenged and inspired, and receiving professional input. That’s why the Nordic Council of Ministers has established a Nordic civil society network consisting of 40 organisations. The network’s mission is to influence the Nordic Council of Ministers’ work on Our Vision 2030.

Improving the integration of young refugees

The prospects for young refugees in the Nordic Region are poorer than the rest of the population in terms of physical and mental health, education and employment. A major Nordic study has identified significant disparities within and between the Nordic countries, as well as some of the factors that cause them.

New report reveals bad environmental habits

Switching to white meats and plant-based diets and finding alternatives to air travel are among the recommendations in the Nordic Council of Ministers’ new report on household consumption, which maps the situation in the Nordic countries and presents eight recommendations for more sustainable and climate-friendly lifestyles.

Report calls for a digital policy for the green transition

Digital innovation is crucial for the green economy of the future. Although the Nordic and Baltic countries have made progress, they lack an overall policy that integrates the digital and the green. A new report highlights the importance of both digital and green expertise. It also points out that companies and organisations need proper access to open green data and that innovative political solutions are crucial to the green transition.

Генеральный секретарь Совета министров Северных стран встретилась с первым заместителем Министра иностранных дел России

В Министерстве иностранных дел Российской Федерации первый заместитель Министра иностранных дел Владимир Геннадьевич Титов встретился на этой неделе в Москве с генеральным секретарем Совета министров Северных стран Паулой Лехтомяки для обсуждения общих вопросов и деятельности Северных стран в России по сотрудничеству. Оба партнера положительно относятся к программе сотрудничества и 24 новым проектам, в которых основное внимание уделяется молодежи, зеленой энергетике и защите окружающей среды.

Secretary General meets Russia’s First Deputy Minister of foreign affairs

At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Gennadievich Titov, First Deputy Minister meet with Paula Lehtomäki Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers in Moscow 13.10.2021 to discuss common issues and the Nordic co-operation activities in Russia. Both partners are positive to the co-operation program and 24 new projects that include focus on youth, green energy and environment.

“Broad consensus on Nordic co-operation on defence”

The Arctic, the Baltic Sea and cyber attacks were on the agenda when the Nordic Council held a conference on defence issues in Copenhagen on Thursday. “The conference demonstrated that there is broad consensus among the Nordic countries on defence and security matters,” said Nordic Council Vice-President Annette Lind as she summed up the day.

Nordic Environment Relay starts today

The Nordic Council Environment Prize 2021 will be awarded in November. To mark the occasion, the Nordic Council is sending the actual statuette on a relay, a tour of all the Nordic countries.

Näringsministrar satsar på turismsamarbete och hållbar gruvnäring

De nordiska näringsministrarna satsar 20 miljoner danska kronor på nordiska samarbetsprojekt inom turism. Ministrarna fattade beslutet på ett digitalt möte torsdagen den 16 september. På mötet enades de också om att stärka samarbetet kring hållbar mineralutvinning och -produktion i Norden.

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