Plans and strategies

This is a list of selected plans and strategies from The Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries. 

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  • Sport facilities

    Information of VAT compensation for the construction of sports facilities and gaming funds for Equipment.

  • Ledig plass på kurs i ansvarlig næringsliv

    Kurset har vært fullt, men grunnet nylig avmelding har vi ledig plass for en bedrift til. Kurset gir innføring i internasjonale standarder og relevante verktøy av ledende personer på området, inkludert Kontaktpunktets leder Frode Elgesem. Kurset

  • Organisation Chart Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Organisational Chart, August 2019

  • Logging moratorium in Indonesia's forests made permanent

    Indonesia is making the logging moratorium in primary forest and carbon-rich peatlands permanent. The ban covers 66 million hectares, which is larger than the combined area of Germany and Italy. The ban is signed by President Joko Widodo and was

  • Legislation and documentation

    Legislation, regulations and the grant scheme for war graves and documentation relating to war graves.

  • Sports policy

    The objective of sports policy is to ensure that people have access to a broad range of local sports activities, whether organised by membership-based sports clubs or independently.

  • About the Ministry

    The Ministry of Culture is responsible for matters relating to culture, equality and discrimination, the media (films, broadcasting, press and copyright), sport, gaming and lotteries and the voluntary sector.

  • Norway in Europe. The Government’s work programme for cooperation with the EU

    The work programme for 2019 follows up the Government’s strategy for cooperation with the EU in the period 2018-2021. The strategy describes the Government’s main priorities for cooperation with the EU and sets out its vision for Europe.

  • Illicit trade in cultural artefacts

    The illicit sale of cultural objects stolen from museums or looted from archaeological sites is a growing international problem. Countries in conflict and countries affected by natural disasters are particularly vulnerable.

  • Etikkinformasjonsutvalget anbefaler informasjonsplikt

    Utvalget, som ledes av professor Ola Mestad, har lagt stor vekt på internasjonale standarder for ansvarlig næringsliv, der OECDs retningslinjer er sentralt. Utvalget har kartlagt internasjonale utviklingstrekk, norsk rett og utviklingen i

  • Avdeling for voksenhabilitering Ahus og Avdeling for nevrohabilitering, OUS

    Spesialisthelsetjenestens tilbud ved autismespekterforstyrrelse bør splittes opp Vi mener at man bør dele inn ASF ansvaret etter kognitivt nivå, på samme måte som «Prioriteringsveilederen for habilitering av voksne i spesialisthelsetjenesten 2015»

  • Change among the political advisers

    The Office of the Prime Minister has appointed Ms. Naomi Ichihara Røkkum as political adviser to Minister of Climate and Environment Ola Elvestuen, in political adviser Ms. Marit Kristine Vea’s leave of absence from 9 August to 9 September 2019.

  • 11 years since hostilities in Georgia in August 2008

    ‘The conflict over Georgia’s occupied regions must not be forgotten. Eleven years on, Russian troops remain on Georgian soil and the conflict is still unresolved. Once again we call on Russia to comply with the August 2008 ceasefire agreement and

  • A historic opportunity for Sudan

    ‘Norway congratulates the parties on having reached a peace agreement for Sudan, and thanks the AU and Ethiopia for their important contributions to the negotiations. This is a good start to an important process and a historic opportunity for Sudan

  • Announcement about Venezuela

    We announce that the representatives of the main political actors in Venezuela are continuing the negotiations that were initiated in Oslo within the framework of a negotiation table that works in a continuous and efficient manner.

  • Troika Statement on the South Sudan Peace Process - July 2019

    The members of the troika (the United States, United Kingdom and Norway) have made a new statement on the South Sudan peace process:

  • Safe schools for children in conflict areas

    Currently, 27 million children in conflict areas are not in school, according to Unicef. Norway gives high priority to the protection of children’s education in conflict areas.

  • Norway to lead UN’s central platform for development policy

    Mona Juul, Norway’s Ambassador to the UN, was today elected President of the UN Economic and Social Council (Ecosoc) for a one-year period.

  • Referat fra første møte i interessentforum

    Her finner du referat fra møtet sammen med deltakerliste. Her ligger også presentasjonen som OGP-rådsdeltaker Tor Dølvik holdt på møtet. Det vil bli holdt et nytt interessentforum til høsten. Deltagerliste (PDF) Referat (PDF) Tor Dølviks

  • Management Provisions

    The framework for the Government Pension Fund and the management of fund assets are laid down by Act of Parliament and guidelines with supplementary provisions.

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