Norway is known for its wide arrange of festivals during the summer months, ranging from full-scale rock music to rich culinary experiences. See some examples of what you can see, feel, taste and listen to in Norway this summer.
Last week 14 refugee families in Nikinci near Ruma each got a package of construction materials, worth €9,000 as part of the Regional Housing Project.
Leaders from all over the world will meet in Oslo on 6–7 July to garner support for a joint effort to promote education in countries affected by conflict, crisis and poverty.
A new Norwegian book in Serbian, “Dark branches” by Nikolaj Frobenius, takes the reader into ‘an exciting triangle of ethical, aesthetic and existential questions’.
The Organic Production Center Selenca has found a way to decrease unemployment rate among women in rural areas and also boost the country’s economic growth through organic food production.
Last week, Belgrade hosted the founders of the Norwegian architectural studio “Fantastic Norway”, who spoke about their innovative practice, which is re-establishing the role of the architect as an active participant in – and a builder of a society.
Dynamic positioning may not sound exciting, but it has actually secured an enormous revenue for Norway and is probably among the biggest entrepreneurial successes that the country has ever seen.
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