Director's blog
Anne Mette Gangsøy, Director at NAPA​

Anne Mette Gangsøy is director at NAPA arriving in Greenland from Norway in May 2020. Previous work experience include radio program planning at NRK, general manager at Gullbring Kulturanlegg AS, and for the last 11 years she has managed Notodden mangfolds- og læringssenter. She is a certified leader of diversity and is passionated about creating change with others. In this blog she writes about her experiences in Greenland.

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Arctic perspectives
Anne Mette Gangsøy
What is competence?

I stroll along the sea, with the ice drifting slowly outwards. Lumps of ice gather on the beach and sparkle in the sun. Some icebergs are white, some are light blue. Behind me is the city, with small houses in wonderful colors and with mean-looking

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Director's blog
Anne Mette Gangsøy
Kumoorn

One of the things I like about going on a trip in Norway is an unwritten greeting culture. If you meet someone on the mountain, you greet each other, even if you do not know each other. That’s how it is. Fortunately, this is also

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NAPA welcomes new employees

NAPA welcomes their new advisor Nina Paninnguaq Skydsbjerg and intern in communication Maasi Brøns Chemnitz NAPA is happy to announce that we have hired Nina Paninnguaq Skydsbjerg as the new advisor in NAPA. NAPA received 23 applications for the position and Nina Paninnguaq Skydsbjerg was

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Børn og unges kunstværker fra workshop i Sisimiut
NAPA throughout Greenland

There are not enough people in Greenland who know about NAPA and the possibilities in Nordic co-operation. That is why we have chosen to use our travel budget internally in Greenland this autumn, to get to know cultural actors, both young and old, throughout Greenland.

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