Reports, plans and strategies

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

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  • Norwegian Strategy for Skills Policy 2017 - 2021

    10/07/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Education and Research

    The population's skills are society's most important resource and the basis for welfare, growth, wealth creation and sustainability. Solid skills within the workforce is and will be crucial both for the Norwegian economy's competitiveness and for

  • Arctic Strategy

    06/07/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation, Office of the Prime Minister

    The Norwegian Government presented on 21 April a new Arctic Strategy. An English short version of the strategy is now available.

  • Illicit trade in cultural artefacts

    01/06/2017 Report Ministry of Culture

    Stronger together: How can the Nordics join forces to stop the illegal import and export of cultural objects?

  • Sectoral Programme for Culture - The Norwegian Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers 2017

    10/05/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Culture

    Norway has adopted three cross-sectoral priorities for the Norwegian Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2017: the Nordic Region in Transition, the Nordic Region in Europe and the Nordic Region in the World.

  • The Norwegian Government's Ocean Strategy

    09/05/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    New Growth, Proud History.

  • Future acquisitions for the Norwegian Defence Sector 2017-2025 (not last version)

    11/04/2017 Report Ministry of Defence

    This document gives an overview of future acquisitions for the Norwegian Defence Sector in the period 2017 - 2025.

  • Revised strategy for combating work-related crime

    29/03/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation, Ministry of Justice and Public Security, Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, Ministry of Finance

    Work-related crime is a growing challenge involving serious consequences both for workers and undertakings and for society as a whole. The government presented its revised strategy for combating work-related crime February 13th 2017.

  • Report on cases of financial irregularities in 2016

    Foreign Service Control Unit

    10/03/2017 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Foreign Service Control Unit in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has made a review of cases involving breaches of rules in the Foreign Service 2016.

  • The Right to Decide about One’s Own Life

    08/03/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Education and Research

    An Action Plan to Combat Negative Social Control, Forced Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation 2017-2020.

  • The United Kingdom withdrawal from the EU: Initial assessment – selected points

    06/03/2017 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The UK has decided to leave the EU. It will begin the withdrawal process by invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March 2017. Norway will not be a party to the forthcoming withdrawal negotiations between the UK and the EU. However,

  • Norway in Europe - the Government's work programme for cooperation with the EU 2017

    22/02/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Foreign Affairs

  • The Government Action Plan for Implementation of the Health&Care21 Strategy

    19/01/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Health and Care Services

    The health and care sector is a broad and important sector of society in which new knowledge, new technologies and demographic development lead to rapid and comprehensive changes. It is the Government’s intent to place patients and their needs at

  • Immigration and Immigrants 2015–2016

    IMO Report for Norway

    19/01/2017 Report Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Ministry of Children and Equality

    Report from Norway to the OECD with statistics on migration and on the composition of immigrants and their Norwegian-born children.

  • Action plan against antisemitism

    09/01/2017 Plans/strategy Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    The Action Plan against Antisemitism is part of the government's general efforts to combat discrimination, racism and hate speech.

  • The Government’s Bioeconomy Strategy

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

    Familiar resources- undreamt of possibilities

  • OECD talis initial teacher preparation study

    24/11/2016 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

  • The Rights of the Child in Norway

    16/11/2016 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

    28/10/2016 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

    20/10/2016 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

  • Dementia Plan 2020

    08/08/2016 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

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