mountain areas

Kick-off Horizon 2020-project SIMRA

Scientists from across Europe and the wider Mediterranean area met at the James Hutton Institute on May 23-26, Aberdeen, at the start of a 4 year project addressing Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas (SIMRA). This project is supported with more than €5.57m from the...Les mer
skog

A bioeconomy strategy for Eastern Norway

Eastern Norway aims to take a national position as a bioeconomy region. Eastern Norway Research Institute will lead the secretariat for the strategy work on this. 'Bioeconomy- strategy and measures for Eastern Norway' is a collaboration between the Hedmark and Oppland County Councils. - The aim...Les mer
kultur

National Norwegian festival statistics 2014

-Many people believe that music festivals are primarily live of subsidies, but this study shows a somewhat different picture, says researcher Birgitta Ericsson at Eastern Norway Research Institute. She has analyzed the figures for the Norwegian 'National Festival Statistics', which are collected on behalf of...Les mer
International cooperation

From the Alps to Lillehammer

Thomas Streifeneder is a mountain region researcher. He originally comes from München, but has spent the last 14 years living and working in Bolzano (or Bozen, which is the name in the region’s second language — German) in the autonomous region of South Tyrol. This...Les mer
Diversity

-Be open about use of quota

Norway’s armed forces should be more open about what kinds of quotas exist and are being used. That is one of the recommendations from the Eastern Norway Research Institute’s project “Recruiting, socialisation and military core competency”, which is presented today. On commission from the Norwegian...Les mer
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