Cooperation

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The Nordic Social Statistical Committee (NOSOSCO) collates statistics and legislative expertise on areas such as expenditure on pensions to help inform policy making. Photo: Cristian Newman, Unsplash.

2019.06.13 | Article, Michael H. Feldballe Hansen, Region-building, Cooperation

Nordic cooperation: comparative statistics and expertise on welfare and health

Over a period of more than 70 years, the Nordic countries have worked together to produce comparative statistics on social and health issues with the goal of informing researchers, public officials, politicians and the public. The collection of statistical data using internationally recognised standards combined with expert knowledge on national…

Nordic Council headquarters in Copenhagen. Photo: Yadid Levy/Norden.org (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

2019.02.25 | Jenny Rood, Juliette Victor, Article, Governance, Region-building, Cooperation

Nordic Council and Nordic Council of Ministers

Organisations exist to facilitate the discussion and coordination of policies in areas of joint interest to the Nordic countries. The Nordic Council fosters co-operation among parliamentarians from member nations and the Nordic Council of Ministers promotes cooperation among government officials. Without power to make laws, these bodies are…

Arctic Council's graphic representation of its constituent parts (CC BY-ND 2.0).

2019.02.19 | Article, Ann Legreid, Region-building, Cooperation

Arctic Council

The Arctic Council was established in 1996 by the Ottawa Declaration with the intent of fostering “cooperation, coordination, and interaction between the Arctic states.” Member parties work together towards the sustainable development of the Arctic region. Member states, Permanent Participants and others, including observers, meet formally in…