The aim of the Nordic university collaboration is to contribute to strengthening the international competitiveness of the Nordic countries and to facilitate the development of excellent Nordic research environments.
A well-functioning working life is central to the development of society, as it creates the conditions for economic growth and for the funding of welfare systems. In a time of rapid societal changes, working life must be shaped in such a way that it is inclusive, sustainable and promotes good health and wellbeing.
The changes in climate will affect agriculture and influence food and feed security in the Nordic and Baltic region in several ways. The research area will support and develop research cooperation in four priority areas.
The Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) is a cooperation between research councils in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden responsible for research within the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Top-level Research Initiative (TRI) is the largest joint Nordic research and innovation initiative to date. The initiative aims to involve the very best agencies and institutions in the Nordic region, and promote research and innovation of the highest level, in order to make a Nordic contribution towards solving the global climate crisis.