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  • Gunnar Knudsen

    2016-11-25 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    Gunnar (Aanon Gunerius) Knudsen was shipowner and politician. Councillor of State 24 December 1901- 21 April 1902, member of the Norwegian Council of State Division in Stockholm.

  • Regulations relating to the protection of traditional knowledge associated with genetic material

    2016-11-25 Regulation Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Adopted by Royal Decree of 25.11.2016 under section 61a of the Act of 19 June 2009 No. 100 relating to the management of biological, geological and landscape diversity. Submitted by the Ministry of Climate and Environment.

    Read regulation at lovdata.no

  • Half a billion kroner in humanitarian support for Syria crisis

    2016-11-25 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    ‘The world’s greatest refugee crisis is unfolding in Syria and the neighbouring countries. The Government will once again step up its effort to alleviate suffering and help to ensure the best possible protection of the civilian population. We have

  • Security Council must adopt measures to stop conflict in South Sudan

    2016-11-24 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway is deeply concerned about the escalating ethnic violence in South Sudan. The warring parties have committed themselves to a ceasefire a number of times, but the promises have not been kept.

  • New chance for peace in Colombia

    2016-11-24 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    ‘The signing of a new peace agreement gives Colombia the chance to bring an end to decades of armed conflict. Recent armed confrontations show that the ceasefire is fragile, and there is no time to lose in implementing the peace agreement,’ said

  • Our partnerships

    2016-11-24 Article Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Go directly to: Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Guyana, Ethiopia, Liberia, Peru, Tanzania, Mexico, Vietnam, Congo Basin , Multilateral Channels (UN-REDD, FCPF, FIP), Civil Society Norway is prepared to allocate up to

  • 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

  • Norway's peace and reconciliation policy

    2016-11-23 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway has been engaged in a number of peace and reconciliation processes as facilitator and as a supporter of the UN and other actors since the early 1990s.

  • Francis Hagerup

    2016-11-22 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    George Francis Hagerup was lawyer, politician and diplomat. Councillor of State 2 May 1893-14 October 1895, Chief of the Ministry of Justice. Member of the Norwegian Council of State

  • Johannes Steen

    2016-11-22 Article Office of the Prime Minister

    Johannes Wilhelm Christian Steen was educationist and politician. Prime Minister 6 March 1891- 2 May 1893, also Chief of the Ministry of Finance. Prime Minister 17 February 1898-21 April

  • Human Rights Challenges in Europe Today

    2016-11-22 Speech/statement Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    State Secretary Elsbeth Tronstad's statement at a seminar about the main human rights challenges in Europe.

    By State Secretary Elsbeth Tronstad

  • Illicit trade in cultural artefacts

    2016-11-21 Article Ministry of Culture

    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.

  • Home/host issues for significant bank branches

    2016-11-21 Letter Ministry of Finance

    Dear Mr Dombrovskis;

  • Norwegian Minister of Culture Ms. Linda Hofstad Helleland elected Vice-President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)

    2016-11-20 Press release Ministry of Culture

    Norwegian Minister of Culture Ms. Linda Hofstad Helleland was Sunday elected to serve as Vice-president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). WADA's Foundation Board was responsible for the election.

  • Speech at WADA Foundation Board in Glasgow

    2016-11-20 Speech/statement Ministry of Culture

    WADA Foundation Board in Glasgow, 20th November 2016.

    By Minister of Culture Linda Hofstad Helleland

  • Nytt notat frå testkontoret i Pentagon 

    19.11.2016 Separate website Kampfly

    Eit norsk F-35 tek av for ei testflyging frå fabrikken i Fort Worth i oktober 2015. Foto: Lockheed Martin. Denne veka publiserte Aviation Week eit internt notat som leiaren for testkontoret i Pentagon, Michael Gilmore, sendte fram til den

  • Speech at the Rafto Conference

    2016-11-19 Speech/statement Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    State Secretary Laila Bokhari's speech at the Rafto Conference at the University of Bergen on 19 November 2016.

    By State Secretary Laila Bokhari

  • Long Term Defence Plan adopted

    2016-11-18 Article Ministry of Defence

    On 15 November the Storting adopted Norway’s new Long Term Defence Plan. Now begins the job of putting the contents of the plan into effect. This article explains a bit about the way forward.

  • Establishment of Artica Svalbard Foundation

    2016-11-17 Press release Ministry of Culture

    The Ministry of Culture, the Fritt Ord Foundation and Sparebank1 Nord-Norge’s Cultural Business Development Foundation are joining forces to establish a new foundation with a mandate to promote artistic and cultural activity on Svalbard - the Artica

  • Norway provides NOK 47 million in aid to the Central African Republic

    2016-11-17 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    ‘The population of the Central African Republic is suffering because of the armed conflict, attacks on civilians and the grave humanitarian situation. The UN and the various aid organisations have only received around 30 % of the funding they need