Projects

NAPA creates our own projects in the Nordic region with a focus on language, identity and children and young people.

(N)ORD podcast
(N)ORD podcast

(N)ORD is our own podcast about words and languages in the Nordic countries. We want to contribute to the knowledge of Nordic languages, to make us all better at speaking together across Nordic borders and cultures.

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Vi er Vestnorden
We are the West Nordics

In collaboration with Norden i Skolen, the Nordic House in Reykjavik and the Nordic House in the Faroe Islands, we created the project “We are the West Nordic”. It is a teaching course for class 7-10, which focuses on what language means to our sense of identity.

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Wake up with NAPA

On the first Friday of each month, we invite you to wake up with NAPA. It is a cozy and non-committal breakfast salon for anyone who passes by. Each time we are visited by a cultural guest who talks about a current topic.

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Nuuk Nordic Cultural Festival

Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival is a week-long celebration of art and culture in all its forms – far from the heart of the Nordic region, but close to the heart of Nordic co-operation. Since 2015 Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival has helped to set the standard for how far art and culture can go within Nordic co-operation.

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Pivinnguaq og Per
Writing workshop: Who Are We?

Together with the French photographer Charlotte Lakits, NAPA conducts writing workshops for young people. From thought to paper to portray modern young people in Greenland. The goal is to collect 100 portraits of the new generation. They must show all the diversity and resources available to the young people in Nuuk.

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Drømmeworkshop
Project MII

NAPA works to make Nordic opportunities better known in Greenland. That is why NAPA travels around Greenland and conducts workshops for Greenlandic children and youths during Suliniut MII. ‘Suliniut’ means project, and ‘MII’ is an abbreviation of Meeqqaat Inuusuttullu Ilaapput, which means “children and young people are involved”.

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