Historical archive

Historical archive

Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government

In the historical archive, you can find information from previous governments. Among the documents found here are press releases, news articles and speeches from earlier government periods. The document archive also contains documents which are no longer valid, for instance replaced or expired documents.

Documents which are moved to the archive are not updated, so the information in the archive is mostly of historical value.

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  • Grants for projects under chapter 164, Peace, reconciliation and democracy, item 71, ODA-approved Balkan countries

    19/03/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces an opportunity to apply for grants for peace- and state building projects in the Western Balkans.

  • Speeches on climate and forest

    04/02/2014 Article Ministry of the Environment

    Here you will find speeches and interviews about Norway's engagement in REDD+

  • OSCE's report from the parliamentary election in 2013

    22/01/2014 Article Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    The Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation has received OSCE's report about election observation from the parliamentary election in September 2013. In the report, OSCE recommends changes in the Election Act and in some election procedures.

  • Empowering Agriculture: Fostering Resilience- Securing Food and Nutrition

    18/01/2014 Speech/statement Ministry of Agriculture and Food

    By: Minister of Agriculture and Food Sylvi Listhaug

    By Minister of Agriculture and Food Sylvi Listhaug

  • Even a rich nation can bleed dry – but we have not

    09/01/2014 Speech/statement Ministry of Finance

    There are always challenges in managing a nation's economy, not least when the natural resource base suddenly increases tremendously. History shows that the blessings of natural resources may turn into a curse for the countries involved. Securing a

    By State Secretary Paal Bjørnestad

  • Review of 29 multilateral organisations

    06/01/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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  • Call for proposals for project cooperation in ODA-approved OSCE countries 2013

    14/11/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Section for Russia, Eurasia and Regional Cooperation hereby announces funds for project cooperation in ODA-approved OSCE countries in Eurasia (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan

  • Research in Norway

    08/11/2013 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Education and Research

    Research is a key policy area for the Government. This brochure gives a brief overview over research and research policy in Norway.

  • Showcase for Women in Local Politics

    31/10/2013 Article Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development

    The aim of the government’s programme Showcase for Women in Local Politics is gender balance in the local councils - and to enhance the share of women in leading positions.

  • Rio+20

    29/10/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Rio+20 is the United Nations major Conference on Sustainable Development. Some 50 000 people will attend this major event in Rio de Janeiro 20-22 June, 20 years after the historic Rio Conference in 1992. At the conference, world leaders will stake

  • Factsheet - Maternal Mortality

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL 5: IMPROVING MATERNAL HEALTH The challenge – Making pregnancy safer Statistics on maternal disabilities and illnesses are appalling in countries with high mortality, with often life long disabilities in survivors. For

  • Factsheet - newborn mortality

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    TACKLING NEWBORN DEATH AND ILLNESS The challenge: Making it through the first day Until recently, there has been little effort to tackle the specific health problems of newborn babies. Most of their deaths are unrecorded and remain invisible. A

  • Factshhet - child mortality

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL 4: REDUCING CHILD MORTALITY The challenge – accelerating child survival Latest figures show that 9.7 million children under-five are dying every year, down from over 12 million in 1990 Most of these children are dying in

  • The Global Campaign for the Health Millennium Development Goals

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    The Global Campaign for the Health Millennium Development Goals

  • Global Campaign to Reduce Maternal and Child Deaths

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    At the Clinton Global Initiative in New York in September 2007, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg of Norway led the launch of a global campaign to save the lives of millions of women and children. On behalf of Norway, Prime Minister Stoltenberg

  • The Global Campaign for the Health Millennium Development Goals

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    The Global Campaign for the Health Millennium Development Goals Progress Report - April 2008 (Download the report in PDF)

  • Binding climate policy

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    Norway will work to promote a more comprehensive and ambitious international climate change agreement to follow the Kyoto Protocol. Norway will continue to fulfil its obligations and reduce greenhouse gas emissions both nationally and

  • UN High-level Advisory Group on Climate Change Financing

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has co-chaired the UN Secretary-General’s High-level Advisory Group on Climate Change Financing in poor countries. The group was established by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in February 2010, and is tasked with

  • Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative

    28/10/2013 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative was launched by Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bali in December 2007. One of the key aims is to incorporate reduction of emissions from deforestation and

  • Comprehensive protection against discriminiation (NOU 2009:14)

    25/10/2013 Article Ministry of Children and Equality

    The Anti-Discrimination Act Commission’s report on a comprehensive protection against discrimination The Commission to propose comprehensive anti-discrimination legislation was appointed by the Norwegian Government on 1 June 2007. The Commission has

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