Arts and Culture Norway
Arts and Culture Norway is the main governmental operator for the implementation of Norwegian cultural policy. Arts and Culture Norway functions as an advisory body to the central government and public sector on cultural affairs. Arts and Culture Norway is fully financed by the Ministry of Culture and Equality.
Arts for Young Audiences Norway
Kulturtanken owns the national responsibility for The Cultural Schoolbag (TCS). Together with county municipalities and municipalities, schools and all fields within arts and culture, Kulturtanken wishes to open doors to the arts, to culture, and to the future for all children in Norway.
Web page: https://www.kulturtanken.no/
KORO – Public Art Norway
KORO - Public Art Norway is the Norwegian government's professional body for art in public spaces, and the major producer of art in Norway.
Web page: http://publicartnorway.org/
It is the task of Riksteatret (the National Touring Theatre) to bring professional drama to the public across the entire country.
Web page: https://www.riksteatret.no/nn/
The Equality and anti-discrimination Ombud
The Equality and anti-discrimination Ombud's main task is to promote equality and fight against discrimination based on gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and age.
Web page: https://www.ldo.no/en/
The Gaming and Foundation Authority
The Gaming and Foundation Authority is a governmental body that has two subordinate professional supervisory bodies, the Gaming Authority and the Foundation Authority, which have a joint director and administration.
Web page: https://lottstift.no/en/
The Language Council of Norway
The Language Council of Norway works to strengthen the Norwegian language and enhance linguistic diversity in Norway. The Council is the government's expert body on language questions and follows up Norwegian language policy on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and Equality.
Web page: https://www.sprakradet.no/Vi-og-vart/Om-oss/English-and-other-languages/English/
The National Archives Services of Norway (The National Archives and the regional state archives)
The National Archives Services comprehend the National Archives, the eight regional state archives, the Sámi Archives and the Norwegian Health Archives.
Web page: https://www.arkivverket.no/en
The National Library
The National Library is an important repository of knowledge in Norway. Its activities comprise collection, preservation and making available published content in all types of media.
Web page: https://www.nb.no/en/the-national-library-of-norway/
The Nidaros Cathedral's Restoration Workshop
The primary objective of the Nidaros Cathedral's Restoration Workshop (known as NDR in Norwegian) is to preserve, disseminate and develop Nidaros Cathedral and the Archbishop's Palace as vibrant cultural monuments and church buildings.
Web page: https://www.nidarosdomen.no/en/ndr
The Norwegian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Tribunal
The Norwegian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Tribunal is purely a complaints body which makes decisions on specific complaints of discrimination and harassment submitted to the body.
Web page: https://www.diskrimineringsnemnda.no/
The Norwegian Film Institute
The Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) is the government's administrative body for film policy, and advises the government on film policy.
Web page: https://www.nfi.no/eng
The Norwegian Library of Talking Books and Braille
The Norwegian Library of Talking Books and Braille is Norway's leading supplier of adapted literature for persons with visual or reading impairment, and thus helps secure everybody equal access to information and the enjoyment of literature.
Web page: https://www.nlb.no/eng
The Norwegian Media Authority
The Norwegian Media Authority is a governmental supervisory and administrative body that implements legislation and the decisions of the Storting, the Government and the Ministry of Culture and Equality. The Norwegian Media Authority shall promote freedom of expression, due process and a vibrant democracy.