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  • The Secretariat to the Nordic Council of Ministers — Nordic cooperation
    if future generations are to enjoy the same privileges The Nordic countries have a long standing tradition of working together on matters related to nature and the environment Resources Work in the Nordic countries Practical information for those seeking work or already working in another Nordic country than your home country What rights do you have what do you need to think about and which authorities do you need to contact If you cannot find the information you need on our websites you can also ask questions of the Information Service Hello Norden Moving to the Nordic countries Information for those who are thinking about moving or already have moved to another Nordic country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities do you need to contact Education in the Nordic Region Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities should you contact Children and families in the Nordic Region Information for anyone relocating to another Nordic country with their family and children Residence in Organisations The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter governmental co operation in the Nordic Region Overall responsibility for co operation lies with the prime ministers but in practice it is delegated to the ministers for Nordic co operation Ministers for Co operation MR SAM In practice the Ministers for Nordic Co operation on behalf of the Prime Ministers assume responsibility for the co ordination of inter governmental co operation Council of Ministers The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events Cases and documents Gain insight into current issues under consideration by the Nordic Council or find closed cases Members of the Nordic Council The Council has 87 elected members Denmark Finland Norway and Sweden each have 20 members Of these two of the Danish representatives come from the Faroe Islands and two from Greenland while Finland has two representatives from Åland Iceland has seven members Behind the Nordic Council What is the Nordic Council and how does parliamentary co operation work between the Nordic countries Here you can get a glimpse into the apos engine room apos and read more about how the Nordic Council works for joint Nordic solutions across the Nordic countries Policy documents and processes Nordic policies are created in co operation among the Nordic parliamentarians and governments The decisions taken by the Nordic Council are forwarded to the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic governments for implementation Contact Us Job opportunities Publications About

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  • The Nordic Council Secretariat — Nordic cooperation
    speak one of them Nature and Environment Nordic citizens enjoy rich untouched tracts of wilderness pure water and fresh air but we must keep a keen eye on our environment if future generations are to enjoy the same privileges The Nordic countries have a long standing tradition of working together on matters related to nature and the environment Resources Work in the Nordic countries Practical information for those seeking work or already working in another Nordic country than your home country What rights do you have what do you need to think about and which authorities do you need to contact If you cannot find the information you need on our websites you can also ask questions of the Information Service Hello Norden Moving to the Nordic countries Information for those who are thinking about moving or already have moved to another Nordic country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities do you need to contact Education in the Nordic Region Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities should you contact Children and families in the Nordic Region Information for anyone relocating to another Nordic country with their family and children Residence in Organisations The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter governmental co operation in the Nordic Region Overall responsibility for co operation lies with the prime ministers but in practice it is delegated to the ministers for Nordic co operation Ministers for Co operation MR SAM In practice the Ministers for Nordic Co operation on behalf of the Prime Ministers assume responsibility for the co ordination of inter governmental co operation Council of Ministers The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events Cases and documents Gain insight into current issues under consideration by the Nordic Council or find closed cases Members of the Nordic Council The Council has 87 elected members Denmark Finland Norway and Sweden each have 20 members Of these two of the Danish representatives come from the Faroe Islands and two from Greenland while Finland has two representatives from Åland Iceland has seven members Behind the Nordic Council What is the Nordic Council and how does parliamentary co operation work between the Nordic countries Here you can get a glimpse into the apos engine room apos and read more about how the Nordic Council works for joint Nordic solutions across the Nordic countries Policy documents and processes Nordic policies are created in co operation among the Nordic

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/nordic-council/organisation-and-structure/the-nordic-council-secretariat (2016-02-12)
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  • National Delegations — Nordic cooperation
    working in another Nordic country than your home country What rights do you have what do you need to think about and which authorities do you need to contact If you cannot find the information you need on our websites you can also ask questions of the Information Service Hello Norden Moving to the Nordic countries Information for those who are thinking about moving or already have moved to another Nordic country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities do you need to contact Education in the Nordic Region Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities should you contact Children and families in the Nordic Region Information for anyone relocating to another Nordic country with their family and children Residence in Organisations The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter governmental co operation in the Nordic Region Overall responsibility for co operation lies with the prime ministers but in practice it is delegated to the ministers for Nordic co operation Ministers for Co operation MR SAM In practice the Ministers for Nordic Co operation on behalf of the Prime Ministers assume responsibility for the co ordination of inter governmental co operation Council of Ministers The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/nordic-council/organisation-and-structure/national-delegations (2016-02-12)
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  • Committees of Senior Officials — Nordic cooperation
    than your home country What rights do you have what do you need to think about and which authorities do you need to contact If you cannot find the information you need on our websites you can also ask questions of the Information Service Hello Norden Moving to the Nordic countries Information for those who are thinking about moving or already have moved to another Nordic country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities do you need to contact Education in the Nordic Region Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities should you contact Children and families in the Nordic Region Information for anyone relocating to another Nordic country with their family and children Residence in Organisations The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter governmental co operation in the Nordic Region Overall responsibility for co operation lies with the prime ministers but in practice it is delegated to the ministers for Nordic co operation Ministers for Co operation MR SAM In practice the Ministers for Nordic Co operation on behalf of the Prime Ministers assume responsibility for the co ordination of inter governmental co operation Council of Ministers The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events Cases and documents Gain insight into current issues under consideration by the Nordic Council or find closed cases Members of the Nordic Council The Council has 87 elected members Denmark Finland Norway and Sweden each have 20 members Of these two of the Danish representatives come from the Faroe Islands and two from Greenland while Finland has two representatives from Åland Iceland has seven members Behind the Nordic Council What is the Nordic Council and how does parliamentary co operation work between the Nordic countries Here you can get a glimpse into the apos engine room apos and read more about how the Nordic Council works for joint Nordic solutions across the Nordic countries Policy documents and processes Nordic policies are created in co operation among the Nordic parliamentarians and governments The decisions taken by the Nordic Council are forwarded to the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic governments for implementation Contact Us Job opportunities Publications About the co operation Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation Committees of Senior Officials The Nordic prime ministers Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers Staff in the Nordic Council of Ministers Secretariat Document Actions Send this RSS feed Wide page

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/nordic-council-of-ministers/regeringssamarbejdet/committees-of-senior-officials (2016-02-12)
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  • Co-operation bodies — Nordic cooperation
    The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events Cases and documents Gain insight into current issues under consideration by the Nordic Council or find closed cases Members of the Nordic Council The Council has 87 elected members Denmark Finland Norway and Sweden each have 20 members Of these two of the Danish representatives come from the Faroe Islands and two from Greenland while Finland has two representatives from Åland Iceland has seven members Behind the Nordic Council What is the Nordic Council and how does parliamentary co operation work between the Nordic countries Here you can get a glimpse into the apos engine room apos and read more about how the Nordic Council works for joint Nordic solutions across the Nordic countries Policy documents and processes Nordic policies are created in co operation among the Nordic parliamentarians and governments The decisions taken by the Nordic Council are forwarded to the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic governments for implementation Contact Us Job opportunities Publications About the co operation About the co operation About the co operation Organisations and Institutions Organisations and institutions Nordic Council of Ministers Councils of Ministers Committees of Senior Officials Working Groups Nordic Council Committees Nordic Council party groups Co operation bodies Nordic Information Offices Offices outside the Nordic Region Cross border co operation Links political and trade union organisations The Norden Association Document Actions Send this RSS feed Wide page Co operation bodies NordForsk NordForsk is a Nordic research board with responsibility for co operation on research and researcher training in the Nordic region Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues NVC The Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues aims to improve the quality of social policies in the Nordic countries through education information the promotion of research development work network building and international co operation Nordic Committee on Social Security Statistics NOSOSKO NOSOSKO is responsible for the co ordination of social statistics in the Nordic countries and for undertaking comparative analyses and descriptions of the scope and the substance of social security measures Nordic Culture Fund The aim of the Nordic Culture Fund is to support a broad spectrum of cultural cooperations between the Nordic countries Nordic Culture Point Nordic Culture Point promotes knowledge of and interest in the Nordic Region and provides the secretariat function for the Council of Ministers two funding programmes for culture It also acts as a point of contact for Nordic cultural co operation and for information about it at regional and international level Nordic Energy Research Nordic Energy Research is the funding institution for energy research under the Nordic Council of Ministers an intergovernmental body between Sweden Denmark Finland Norway and Iceland Nordic Environment Finance Corporation

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/om-samarbejdet-1/organisations-and-institutions/co-operation-bodies (2016-02-12)
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  • Working Groups — Nordic cooperation
    s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events Cases and documents Gain insight into current issues under consideration by the Nordic Council or find closed cases Members of the Nordic Council The Council has 87 elected members Denmark Finland Norway and Sweden each have 20 members Of these two of the Danish representatives come from the Faroe Islands and two from Greenland while Finland has two representatives from Åland Iceland has seven members Behind the Nordic Council What is the Nordic Council and how does parliamentary co operation work between the Nordic countries Here you can get a glimpse into the apos engine room apos and read more about how the Nordic Council works for joint Nordic solutions across the Nordic countries Policy documents and processes Nordic policies are created in co operation among the Nordic parliamentarians and governments The decisions taken by the Nordic Council are forwarded to the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic governments for implementation Contact Us Job opportunities Publications About the co operation About the co operation About the co operation Organisations and Institutions Organisations and institutions Nordic Council of Ministers Councils of Ministers Committees of Senior Officials Working Groups Nordic Council Committees Nordic Council party groups Co operation bodies Nordic Information Offices Offices outside the Nordic Region Cross border co operation Links political and trade union organisations The Norden Association Document Actions Send this RSS feed Wide page Working Groups An overview of the Nordic Council of Ministers working groups BAT Group Best Available Technique in the environment area The BAT Group is a sub group of the Working Group for Sustainable Consumption and Production HKP The BAT group works to promote knowledge of effective and sustainable production as a prerequisite for a sustainable society Nordic co operation on BAT serves two purposes 1 To prepare information on BAT and cleaner technology for industries with many Nordic and especially small and medium sized companies 2 To put a Nordic fingerprint on the EU s work with the development of BREF documents Climate and Air Pollution Group KoL The Climate and Air Pollution Group contributes to Nordic goals of limiting serious climate change and of preventing air pollution from damaging the environment or human health EU Information Group The main task of the Nordic Baltic Polish EU Information Group is to follow the work of the EU in the field of labour market policy labour law and working environment Industrial Relations Committee The committee amongst other things exchanges information and experiences within the Nordic countries in the area of industrial relations In addition it starts up projects which involve industrial relations and regularly evaluates and follows up on on going projects Nordic Chemical Group NKG The Nordic Chemical Group s work supports a chemical policy whose overarching goal is sustainable development based on high level health and environmental protection for both the present and future generations Nordic Co operation

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/om-samarbejdet-1/organisations-and-institutions/working-groups (2016-02-12)
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  • Committees — Nordic cooperation
    are to enjoy the same privileges The Nordic countries have a long standing tradition of working together on matters related to nature and the environment Resources Work in the Nordic countries Practical information for those seeking work or already working in another Nordic country than your home country What rights do you have what do you need to think about and which authorities do you need to contact If you cannot find the information you need on our websites you can also ask questions of the Information Service Hello Norden Moving to the Nordic countries Information for those who are thinking about moving or already have moved to another Nordic country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities do you need to contact Education in the Nordic Region Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities should you contact Children and families in the Nordic Region Information for anyone relocating to another Nordic country with their family and children Residence in Organisations The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter governmental co operation in the Nordic Region Overall responsibility for co operation lies with the prime ministers but in practice it is delegated to the ministers for Nordic co operation Ministers for Co operation MR SAM In practice the Ministers for Nordic Co operation on behalf of the Prime Ministers assume responsibility for the co ordination of inter governmental co operation Council of Ministers The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The Nordic Council s current and future events Cases and documents Gain insight into current issues under consideration by the Nordic Council or find closed cases Members of the Nordic Council The Council has 87 elected members Denmark Finland Norway and Sweden each have 20 members Of these two of the Danish representatives come from the Faroe Islands and two from Greenland while Finland has two representatives from Åland Iceland has seven members Behind the Nordic Council What is the Nordic Council and how does parliamentary co operation work between the Nordic countries Here you can get a glimpse into the apos engine room apos and read more about how the Nordic Council works for joint Nordic solutions across the Nordic countries Policy documents and processes Nordic policies are created in co operation among the Nordic parliamentarians and governments The decisions taken by the Nordic Council are forwarded to the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic governments for implementation Contact Us Job opportunities Publications About the co operation

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/nordic-council/organisation-and-structure/committees (2016-02-12)
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  • Party groups — Nordic cooperation
    information for those seeking work or already working in another Nordic country than your home country What rights do you have what do you need to think about and which authorities do you need to contact If you cannot find the information you need on our websites you can also ask questions of the Information Service Hello Norden Moving to the Nordic countries Information for those who are thinking about moving or already have moved to another Nordic country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities do you need to contact Education in the Nordic Region Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country What do you need to think about what rights you have and which authorities should you contact Children and families in the Nordic Region Information for anyone relocating to another Nordic country with their family and children Residence in Organisations The Nordic Council of Ministers Inter governmental co operation The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter governmental co operation in the Nordic Region Overall responsibility for co operation lies with the prime ministers but in practice it is delegated to the ministers for Nordic co operation Ministers for Co operation MR SAM In practice the Ministers for Nordic Co operation on behalf of the Prime Ministers assume responsibility for the co ordination of inter governmental co operation Council of Ministers The Nordic Council of Ministers founded in 1971 is despite the generic name not one but several councils The Nordic Council Nordic Council s prizes The Nordic Council s literature prize children and young people apos s literature prize music prize film prize and nature and environment prize Sessions and meetings The

    Original URL path: http://www.norden.org/en/nordic-council/organisation-and-structure/party-groups (2016-02-12)
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