Guidelines and brochures

Here, you can find guidelines and brochures published by the Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries. 



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  • Guidance note on ensuring respect for the humanitarian principles

    11/09/2019 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    As part of its work to ensure that the humanitarian principles are respected in the field, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has drawn up a guidance note on this issue, in consultation with a number of the organisations that receive funding from

  • How to achieve gender balance at the top in business

    05/04/2019 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Children and Families, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Tips for better gender balance at the top.

  • The Norwegian Social Insurance Scheme 2019

    12/03/2019 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

    This brochure gives a general overview of the Norwegian Social Insurance Scheme in 2019.

  • Legalisation

    12/03/2019 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norwegian documents that are to be submitted to authorities abroad can be legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • Key Figures 2018: Overview and rates of direct and indirect taxes

    06/02/2018 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Finance

    Key figures for the Norwegian economy, main figures of the Fiscal Budget and rates of direct and indirect taxes.

  • Property Relations Between Spouses

    10/01/2018 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Children and Families

    You can download the brochure Property relations between spouses here (PDF).

  • Norway - Candidate to The World Heritage Comittee 2017

    18/04/2017 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Culture-nature, integrated approach, generations, future, community, cooperation, pride, sustainability, credibility

  • Government Pension Fund and the Santiago principles

    21/02/2017 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Finance

    The International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds (IFSWF) was established in 2009 with the purpose of promoting the Santiago Principles. Norway is not a member of the IFSWF, but fully supports these principles.

  • Key Figures 2017: Overview and rates of direct and indirect taxes

    13/02/2017 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Finance

    Key figures for the Norwegian economy, main figures of the Fiscal Budget and rates of direct and indirect taxes.

  • Carbon Neutral Norway

    20/09/2016 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Norwegian Carbon Credit Procurement Program

  • Public Participation in Planning

    12/09/2016 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    How to Facilitate Increased Public Participation and Influence in Municipal and Regional Plannning pursuant to the Planning and Building Act.

  • Key Figures 2016: Overview and rates of direct and indirect taxes

    05/02/2016 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Finance

    Key figures for the Norwegian economy, main figures of the Fiscal Budget and rates of direct and indirect taxes.

  • Norwegian salmon farming

    16/11/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    In a White Paper presented to the Parliament in March 2015, the Norwegian government proposed a completely new system for regulating the growth in the salmon farming industry. The proposed system ensures predictability, and relies on environmental

  • Fish for Development

    23/10/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The overall objective of the Fish for Development programme is to reduce poverty through food security, sustainable management and profitable business activities.

  • Norwegian Government Pension Fund and the Santiago principles

    12/10/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Finance

    Norway supports the international guidelines for sovereign wealth funds, the so called Santiago-principles or Generally Accepted Practices and Principles for Sovereign Wealth Funds (GAPP).

  • Reforming and Modernising the Norwegian Transport Sector

    09/09/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Transport

    The Government aims to have a state-of-the-art transport and communications network which is on a par with comparable countries. Therefore, the government wants to boost infrastructure investments,combined with necessary reforms in the transport

  • Ministry of Transport and Communications - connecting Norway

    01/07/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Transport

    Would you like to learn more about The Ministry of Transport and Communications?

  • Norway and the EU - Partners for Europe

    18/03/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway shares a common set of values with the EU and its member states, and we are working together to find joint solutions to common challenges.

  • Key Figures 2015: Overview and rates of direct and indirect taxes

    30/01/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Finance

    Key figures for the Norwegian economy, main figures of the Fiscal Budget and rates of direct and indirect taxes.

  • Ten facts about the EEA

    12/01/2015 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The European Economic Area - binding together the EU and Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein

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