The free app neatly lists publications, has a search function, and lets you save publications as favourites or share them with friends and colleagues. “Cutting down on the number of printed publications is in line with the Council of Ministers' commitment to maximum sustainability,” says Mary Gestrin, Head of Communications, who also points out that the app makes publications more readily and easily available to Nordic parliamentarians, ministers and officials who need to use them in their work. The publications include research-based reports with a Nordic angle and general information about Nordic co-operation, e.g. Poul Nielson's new report on the Nordic labour market, the Norwegian Programme for the Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2017 or the latest edition of Nordic Statistics. The app is easy to navigate and search in and also breaks the publications down into subject categories. If you want to be kept up-to-date with the latest publications in a particular field of interest, just turn on notifications. The full database of over 4,000 free publications from the Nordic Council of Ministers and its institutions is still available at the NordPub portal, where print versions of newer publications can also be ordered.
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