Reports, plans and strategies

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Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government

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Here you can find selected reports, plans and strategies from the Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries.

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  • The Government’s Bioeconomy Strategy

    2016-11-29 Plans/strategy Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Familiar resources– undreamt of possibilities

  • OECD talis initial teacher preparation study

    2016-11-24 Report Ministry of Education and Research

    Initial teacher education (ITE) for the years 1 – 10 has for decades been of great interest to the Norwegian media, politicians and public. Today, we are in the middle of transforming today's mainstream ITEs for years 1 – 7 and 5 – 10 from 4 years bachelor level programmes into 5 years master level programmes. Although we have several types of ITE programmes in Norway, we will in this report mainly focus on the two programmes undergoing the transition.

  • The Rights of the Child in Norway

    2016-11-16 Report Ministry of Children and Equality

    Norway's fifth and sixth periodic reports to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child – 2016.

  • Green Competitiveness

    Executive summary of report from the Norwegian Government’s Expert Committee for Green Competitiveness

    2016-10-28 Report Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Download executive summary (pdf) The expert committee have consisted of Connie Hedegaard and

  • Severity of illness and priority setting in Norway

    Summary of a report from a working group, November 2015

    2016-10-20 Report Ministry of Health and Care Services

    In 2015, the Government appointed a working group with the specific task of determining how to assess severity of illness in practical priority setting in the health care sector. The working group submitted its report to the Ministry of Health in November 2015. Below is a summary of the working group’s report.

  • Dementia Plan 2020

    2016-08-08 Plans/strategy Ministry of Health and Care Services

    The goal of the Dementia Plan 2020 is to build a more dementia-friendly society, where people with dementia are cared for and integrated in the community. This will require greater openness and knowledge about dementia in society in general and in the health and care services in particular.

  • Consultation paper on globalisation and increased competition in civil aviation

    Challenges and possible consequences for norwegian aviation

    2016-08-02 Report Ministry of Transport and Communications

    Report: Consultation paper on globalisation and increased competition in civil aviation (pdf).

  • Norway’s follow-up of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (Summary)

    2016-07-05 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Finance

    Agenda 2030 is a global roadmap for eradicating extreme poverty through sustainable development and for promoting good governance and peaceful societies before 2030. 18 to 20 July Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg will present a comprehensive report to the UN on Norway’s follow-up of Agenda 2030 and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

  • Norway’s follow-up of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals

    2016-07-05 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Agenda 2030 is a global roadmap for eradicating extreme poverty through sustainable development and for promoting good governance and peaceful societies before 2030. 18 to 20 July Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg will present a comprehensive report to the UN on Norway’s follow-up of Agenda 2030 and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

  • Cloud Computing strategy for Norway

    2016-06-21 Plans/strategy Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    In recent years cloud computing has become an important alternative for IT sourcing for the Norwegian public sector. We see that a growing number of both infrastructure and software services are being supplied in the cloud. Provided that other important considerations are not compromised, Norwegian public sector enterprises should be able to use cloud services wherever they promise the best result and the most cost-effective solution. Cloud services differ from traditional out-sourcing models in important areas. This creates challenges for enterprises considering using such services. The strategy addresses these issues, and lists a number of measures the Norwegian government will take to ensure secure and proper use of cloud computing in the public sector.

  • The cost of inadequately educating asylum seekers and refugees

    Economic Analysis Norway 32 - 2016

    2016-05-30 Report Ministry of Education and Research

    This report has calculated the socio-economic cost that will arise if children and young people who arrive in Norway as asylum seekers or refugees were to receive inadequate education at primary and secondary level.

  • More Years – More Opportunities

    2016-05-23 Plans/strategy Ministry of Health and Care Services

    The Norwegian Government’s strategy for an age-friendly society.

  • Digital agenda for Norway in brief

    – ICT for a simpler everyday life and increased productivity

    2016-05-09 Report Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    The purpose of this white paper is to present the Government's policy on how Norway can exploit ICT in the best interests of society.

  • Getting Out the Vote

    Experiments in voter mobilization among immigrants and natives in Norway

    2016-05-09 Report Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    This report describes the results of two sets of randomized Get-Out-the-Vote experiments, testing the effectiveness of mailmobilization appeals directed at immigrants as well as SMStext messages directed at both immigrants and native voters inNorway.

  • The Government’s Action Plan for Universal Design

    2016-03-11 Report Ministry of Children and Equality

    The government’s vision is a society in which everyone can participate. An important means of achieving this vision is good accessibility and environments that are safe and convenient to use. Universal design is an aspect of society that is particularly important for people with disabilities.

  • Priority research needs of the Ministry of Climate and Environment (2016-2021)

    2016-03-07 Plans/strategy Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Policy development and governance in the field of environment and climate change must be knowledge-based. This means that the environmental authorities must have information on the state of the environment, drivers of change, pressures and impacts, and appropriate tools and policy instruments. This document describes priority knowledge needs for the period 2016–2021. It is based on input from the Norwegian Environment Agency, the Directorate for Cultural Heritage, the Norwegian Polar Institute and the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority.

  • Buildings of the future

    - pilot projects for environmentally friendly buildings and planning

    2016-02-26 Report Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    This report presents pilot projects within planning and architecture from the cities in The Cities of the Future programme programme 2008-2015.

  • The Government’s work programme for cooperation with the EU 2016

    2016-02-25 Plans/strategy Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Norwegian Government's strategy for cooperation with the EU for 2014-2017 sets out the main lines of Norway's European policy, which to a large extent respond to the challenges Europe is now facing. The five priority areas identified in the strategy – competitiveness and growth, research and education, climate and energy, justice and migration, and foreign and security policy – are based on the Government's political platform.

  • Peace, Security and Development

    The 2015 report to the Storting on policy coherence

    2016-02-08 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Government's latest report to the Storting on policy coherence for development examines how Norwegian policies affect development in fragile states, with particular focus on the security situation in those countries. It concentrates on areas other than development policy, but also considers the synergies between development policy and other policy areas.

  • Children Living in Poverty

    2016-01-26 Plans/strategy Ministry of Children and Equality

    The Government’s Strategy (2015–2017)