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Here you will find research reports, fact sheets and other publications that NIKK has produced in collaboration with researchers and writers since 2013.


Publications (33/33)

One year after Me Too: Initiatives and action in the Nordic and Baltic countries

2018 This survey highlights initiatives and action taken by the Nordic and Baltic countries to deal with and prevent sexual harassment in the wake of the Me Too movement. The survey was developed on the initiative of the Swedish presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2018. It highlights initiatives and action taken by the »

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The Nordic gender effect at work

The Nordic Gender Effect at Work briefs share the collective Nordic experience in investing in gender equality including parental leave, childcare, flexible work arrangements, leadership and equal opportunities at work, and seek to make further progress through cooperation. »

Online hate speech

2017 The study of legal regulation of online hate speech in the Nordic countries was carried out by Nordic Information on Gender (NIKK) at the request of the Nordic Council of Ministers. »

Fact sheet: Who gets to speak their mind in the Nordic countries?

2017 How can the public sphere become a place for everyone? »

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Part-time work in the Nordic region III

2016 This third report is an introductory study to part-time work and gender in the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland Islands. »

Fact sheet: Why dads take parental leave

2016 This factsheet from NIKK explains what the parental insurance system looks like in the Nordic countries and how its design affects fathers’ use of it. »

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Fact sheet: Gender equality in the Nordic media

2014 How gender equal is the Nordic media? »

Part-time work in the Nordic region II

2014 This second report is a research overview on the arguments used to explain the relation between part-time work and gender in the Nordic countries. »

Fact sheet: Who wants to live in the Nordic peripheral areas?

2015 The Nordic countries are facing numerous challenges, some of which are specific to the more peripheral areas. Examples include changed living conditions in the wake of global changes, economic regression, loss of employment opportunities and more. »

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Fact sheet: Part-time culture and full time norm

2015 Fact sheet about paths to gender-equal working time in the Nordic countries. »

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