Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme 2021 supports individuals, organizations and actors for the benefit of sustainable development in the ArcticIn 2021, we started work on taking over the management of the Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme in collaboration with Ilisimatusarfik, University of Greenland.On our website you can find...

Annual report 2021 In 2021, the Nordic Institute in Greenland has worked purposefully towards the vision: The Nordic region will become the world's most integrated and sustainable region Visjon 2030 We have identified 4 areas in which NAPA can make a difference. NAPA has a unique, strategic location in the...

NAPA and Ilisimatusarfik have launched the website and the application module for the Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme, after Greenland took over responsibility for the management of the pool. Thus, projects focusing on sustainable development in the Arctic can now look forward to the opportunity to...

Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme The 2022 applications have now been processed and all applicants have been noted on the status of their application. We wish everyone the best of luck with their project.   The next deadline is February 15 2023.Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme aims to support projects by...

In the spring of 2021, the theatre company freezeProductions produced the performance Tarnima Nammatai with financial support from Socialstyrelsen, Statens Kunstfond, NAPAs cultural support programme, Katuaq, Aarhus Municipality, Nunafonden and Nuuk local committee. The performance toured with great success in South Greenland and is now touring...

Arctic perspectives are seen and acknowledged throughout the Nordic region The Nordic countries have a great need for Arctic perspectives in order to be able to find sustainable ways of living. Arctic perspectives are necessary to convey understanding and competence about lifestyles and culture for survival...