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04.04.19 | News

More women needed in high-tech jobs

More women technicians and engineers will be needed in the labour market of the future. Unless something is done to address the issue soon, new technology will be designed almost exclusively by men. The Nordic labour ministers have launched a research project to look at ways to balance ...

03.04.19 | News

Nordic Region inspires ILO to pursue equal pay and lifelong learning

“The best thing about the Nordic labour model is that it works!” These were the words of Guy Ryder, Director General of the ILO, when he met the Nordic ministers for labour in Reykjavik on Wednesday. Although the Nordic countries have some work ahead of them if they are to maintain a hi...

07.03.19 | Declaration

Declaration of Support towards the role of the UN Women in the realisation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

The Nordic Council of Ministers for Gender Equality Declaration of Support towards the role of the UN Women in the realisation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development on the occasion of the 63rd Session of the Commission of the Status of Women and the bilateral meeting with the E...

26.03.19 | Information

Knowledge hub: The Nordic Gender Effect at Work

Investments in gender equality in the labour market have made the Nordic region one of the most prosperous areas of the world. This series of briefs shares the true story of how investments in gender equality foster employment, family wellbeing and growth. Let it be a a practical too...