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NIKK stands for Nordic Information on Gender. NIKK is a Nordic cooperation body under the Nordic Council of Ministers. We collect and disseminate knowledge about politics and practice, facts and research in the area of ​​gender equality and LGBTI in a Nordic perspective.


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“No one is liberated until everyone is liberated” – Summing up Norway’s Presidency in 2022

Norway’s Presidency in 2022 focused on making the Nordic countries greener and more gender-equal, with a particular emphasis on the workplace and opposition to gender equality and LGBTI rights.

Norway took over the presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2022. Minister of Culture and Equality Anette Trettebergstuen summarises the year in which the Commission on the Status of Women conference was held in New York with its aim of strengthening climate policy.

Summing up Norways Presidency in 2022


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Three new co-operation projects strengthen the LGBTI area in the Nordic region

This year’s call for proposals for the Nordic LGBTI Fund has resulted in three Nordic co-operation projects in the LGBTI area.

Queer archives, LGBTIQ Roma rights and QTIBIPoC movement based learning are among the activities granted funding. The Nordic LGBTI Fund was open for applications for funding for the second time. 

Three new co-operation projects strengthen the LGBTI area in the Nordic region »

Pride rally. Photo: norden.org


Father and mother feed children. Photo: norden.org

New co-operation projects strengthen gender equality in the Nordic region

Six projects have been granted funding from the Nordic Gender Equality Fund 2022.

The collaboration projects will increase knowledge and create platforms on issues such combining parenting and academic careers, health consequences of covid-19 for immigrant women and feminist cooperation the in the West Nordic Region.

New co-operation projects strengthen gender equality in the Nordic region »


New report provides gender perspective on sustainability in the future world of work

The labour markets in the Nordic countries are changing rapidly. New demands are coming out of the green transition and digital development. What needs to be done to enable sustainable development based on human rights and gender equality?

NIKK’s new publication on the future world of work in the Nordic countries highlights some of the opportunities and challenges for a sustainable world of work from a gender perspective.  This knowledge base describes these changes and focuses on three challenges for a sustainable world of work.

New report provides gender perspective on sustainability in the future world of work »

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