A position for consular work and accounting will be vacant from beginning of May this year. The position covers a multitude of different tasks and requires a very flexible attitude. Command of the Norwegian language is regarded as a definite asset.

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Kammerskoret from Molde, Norway. 
Photo: Kammerskoret.

The Norwegian choir Kammerskoret will join forces with Dublin's Cantóirí on Saturday 21 March.

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Professor Arne Bugge Amundsen, Professor Séamas Ó Catháin and Ambassador Roald Næss. 
Photo: Thomas Sørlie Hansen.

The Norwegian educator, musicologist and folk-song editor Ole Mørk Sandvik is the focus of Professor Séamas Ó Cáthain’s latest book, Gaelic Grace Notes.

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Photo: Irish White-tailed Sea Eagle project.

The Irish White-tailed Sea Eagle (WTSE) Reintroduction Programme is a long-term initiative to re-establish the population of White-tailed sea eagles in Ireland.

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Thomas Enger, Sinéad Crowley, Leif Ekle and Declan Huges

A panel debate about Nordic Noir and Celtic Crime

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Welcome to the latest issue of the newsletter from the Nordic Embassies in Dublin

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Foreign Minister Børge Brende launching Norwegian Government's White Paper on Human Rights. 
Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

‘The fight for strengthening human rights is the common thread in everything Norway commits to internationally,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende. Human rights are under pressure internationally. Norway will therefore step up its efforts to promote and protect human rights.

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PROJECT PARTNERS: Terje Samuelsen, Vice President in the Norwegian Transport Workers Federation and Jüri Lember, President of the Estonian Seamen’s Independent Union. 
Photo: Christophe Vander Eecken.

New collective agreements and better health and safety standards are some of the results that have been achieved in 13 Central European countries through the Global Fund for Decent Work and Tripartite Dialogue under the Norway Grants.

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: 2014 Nobel Peace Prize recipients Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai. 
Photo: (Kailash Satyarthi) Senado Federal. (Flickr)/(Malala Yousafzai) Prime Minister’s Office (Flickr).

The Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 has been awarded the Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and the Pakistani children’s education activist Malala Yousafzai.

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