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FES Nordic Countries

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103 62 Stockholm
Sweden

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111 24 Stockholm
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Renowned for their innovative social policies and for the high standards of their democratic institutions and their focus on equality and inclusiveness, the Nordic countries are a synonym for modern democratic welfare states. More

The Nordics are famous for their high-tech exporting economies, boasting high productivity and innovativeness. This success relies on a long tradition of social partnership with strong trade unions with a level of membership. More

The Nordic countries with a strong track-record on supporting multilateral organisations initiatives, are situated in two regions of increased geopolitical interests and heightened security tensions: The Arctic circle and the Baltic Sea. More

Publications

Norwegen : Gewerkschaftsmonitor

Berlin, 2022, 2021:

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Island : Gewerkschaftsmonitor

Berlin, 2022, 2021:

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IPS Journal

IPS Journal

New perspectives on issues such as the environment, European integration, international relations, social democracy and development policy. More

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Digitalisering og sosiale medier gir arbeiderbevegelsen en unik sjanse til å styrke det internasjonale samarbeid - et eksempel fra Trøndelag og…


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Auch die Nordischen Länder stehen mit der russischen Invasion vor einer politischen Kehrtwende. In Schweden und Finnland rüttelt man gar am Tabu NATO.


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FES Publications

FES Publications

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The FES Nordic Countries

Combining social security with economic performance, the ”Nordic model” still inspires a wide range of European societies. Gender equality, inclusive social security, economic growth and social integration seem to be more successfully implemented in the Nordics than in any other parts of the world. What are this welfare model’s strengths and what challenges does it face? What can be learned from this model from a German perspective? In which way can the Nordic countries profit from German experiences? And, which common challenges do these individual societies face in the future?

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