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Details of people and organisations involved in Nordic co-operation.

The Nordic Council of Ministers and Nordic Council both have their headquarters at Ved Stranden 18 in Copenhagen.

Secretariat opening hours:​​​​​​

1 September–31 May:

Monday–Thursday 08:30–16:30

Friday, 08:30 to 15:30

June and August:

Monday–Friday 08.30–15.30

July:

The Secretariat is closed 3–31 July. If you really need to get in touch with a member of staff during this period, please use the links below.

Head of Communications

Mary Gestrin

E-mail: mage@norden.org

Tel.: +45 21 71 71 35

Enquiries about relocating to work, study or run a business in another Nordic country should be submitted to the Info Norden information service.

The Nordic Council of Ministers

The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter-governmental co-operation.

Address:

Ved Stranden 18

DK-1061 Copenhagen K

Phone: +45 33 96 02 00

E-mail: nmr@norden.org

Business Registration number (CVR):

Business Registration number (CVR) number for the Nordic Council of Ministers: 43 04 19 16

The Nordic Council

The Nordic Council is the official body for inter-parliamentary co-operation.

Address Ved Stranden 18 DK-1061 Copenhagen K

Phone: +45 33 96 04 00

E-mail: nordisk-rad@norden.org

Business Registration number (CVR): 

Business Registration number (CVR) number for the Nordic Council: 19 50 36 07

Find members of the Nordic Council by:

Info Norden

Anybody wishing to relocate to study, work or run a business in another Nordic country should refer to the service Info Norden for information about their rights and the rules for relocation: Info Norden also provides information about Nordic funding opportunities.

Norden.org – web editors

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The whistle-blower scheme at the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic institutions

The Nordic Council of Ministers’ whistle-blower scheme gives all members of staff, including in the Nordic institutions and partner bodies, the right to pass on information in the strictest confidence about suspected wrongdoing or serious irregularities without fear of sanctions under employment law or other negative consequences.