Reports, plans and strategies
Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government
Here you can find selected reports, plans and strategies from the Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries.
2009-12-22 Report Ministry of Justice and Public Security
Annually Norway sends a report to the OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - as a contribution to the common reporting system on migration for the OECD countries, called SOPEMI. The recent report for Norway covers 2008 and
2009-12-14 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre and former vice president Al Gore presented the report "Melting snow and ice. A call for action" at the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 14 December.
2009-12-10 Report Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
The report in pdf
2009-12-10 Plans/strategy Ministry of Culture
The Government wants to promote architecture. There is a need for a new, comprehensive architectural policy. Buildings, cities and population centres are facing new challenges from climate change, growth and transformation.
2009-10-05 Plans/strategy Ministry of Culture
The range and the accessibility of games and gambling have changed. Previous mechanical and electronic gaming and gambling devices have
National Report submitted in accordance with paragraph 15(a) of the Annex to Human Rights Council Resolution 5/12009-09-14 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The report on key human rights challenges and best practices in Norway was submitted to the UN Human Rights Council on 8 September 2009. It was drawn up by several ministries with input from civil society.
2009-09-11 Report Ministry of Climate and Environment2009-09-11 Report Ministry of Children and Equality
On 28 March 2008, the Norwegian Government appointed a Commission to propose amendments to the Children Act concerning establishment and change of paternity and maternity, etc. The purpose is to adapt the Act to the major social and technological
2009-09-11 Report Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation
Evelyn Dyb and Katja Johannessen: Homeless in Norway - A survey. Summary NIBR Report 2009:17.
Evaluation of the national strategy to prevent and counteract homelessness 2005-20072009-09-11 Report Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation
Evelyn Dyb, Marit Kristine Helgesen and Katja Johannessen: The Pathway to a Permanent Home. Evaluation of the national strategy to prevent and counteract homelessness 2005-2007. Summary NIBR Report 2008:15.
2009-09-08 Plans/strategy Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
National strategy 2009. The strategy was launched on 8. September 2009 in Tromsø.
2009-09-07 Plans/strategy Ministry of Agriculture and Food
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Environmental Strategy 2008 - 2015 (pdf, 399 Kb)
2009-08-28 Plans/strategy Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Norwegian Government's strategy for cooperation between Norway and India.
Commission on capital flight from developing countries2009-06-18 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Illicit financial flows hamper development in poor countries. A government-appointed commission proposes a number of measures to reduce the adverse effects of tax havens.
2009-06-17 Report Ministry of Justice and Public Security
The Norwegian Minister of Justice and the Police Knut Storberget hosted the 29th Conference of Council of Europe Ministers of Justice in Tromsø 19-19 June 2009. He presented the report 'Breaking the Silence'.
2009-06-12 Plans/strategy Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
Strategy for an Environmentally Sustainable Norwegian Aquaculture Industry
2009-05-28 Report Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
A report made by Friends of the Earth Norway and WWF Norway. Commissioned by the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs.
2009-05-14 Report Ministry of Climate and Environment
Download report (pdf)
Report 2006 - 20082009-04-28 Report Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2009-04-07 Plans/strategy Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The High North efforts build on constructive partnerships - between the public and private sector, between central and local authorities, and between Norwegian and foreign actors.