Based on NAPA’s podcast (N)ORD on Nordic languages and words, the two hosts, Malin Corlin and Per Bloch, have been invited to participate in the Nordic Council of Ministers’ webinar “Does the Nordic Region have a language community?”
The webinar takes place on Thursday 18 March at 13-14.30 (CET). Malin will participate on behalf of (N)ORD.
The webinar will be in English and is based on a report made by the Nordic Council of Ministers on the basis of language questions for 2,000 young people. In addition to the presentation of the report and the panel debate, the webinar also offers presentations on language and language culture.
Greenland and world was the theme when the former Greenlandic politician and author Aqqaluk Lynge visited Wake up with NAPA On an otherwise quite ordinary Friday in Nuuk, we had a distinguished guest at our Wake up with NAPA morning event. The first Friday of
The Lost Norsemen: Meet the northerners – the Greenlandic Vikings Explore the footsteps of the Vikings in Greenland’s fantastic landscape and the ruins after them, and experience where and how they lived when Norse Theme Parks in collaboration with Trida Media takes you on the
A travelogue from when NAPA participated with workshops, networks and Nordic notes at Greenland’s largest music festival Arctic Sounds in Sisimiut. Arctic Sounds 2021 took place over two weekends in April. Greenlandic and Arctic artists gathered in Sisimiut to celebrate music, interaction and the artistic
Musical storytelling, Nordic artists and collaboration across cultures, musicalities and national borders. The “Nordic Remix” project has received support from NAPA’s Cultural Support Program. Behind the initiative is the media collective Are We Europe and they have made a video about the project – watch