Iceland gears up for the Future of Work
The last in a series of four Nordic conferences to mark the centenary of the International Labour Organization will be held in Reykjavík on 4–5 April. People from all over the world will gather in the Icelandic capital to discuss gender equality and the role of governments, unions and e...
Nordic call for fathers to get on board
The Nordic countries want to increase incentives for fathers to take more parental leave. They argue that economic and financial equality will only be possible when men and women share housework and care equally. During a debate at the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New Y...
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...