Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Gender Research in Norway

Focus on work and the labour market in this year’s fund projects
This year, seven projects have been granted funding from the Nordic gender equality Fund to collaborate on issues related to gender equality. The projects will result in new knowledge about the gender-segregated labour market, utilisation of the public parental insurance and harassment in the workplace.
Dad becomes leader, mum becomes mum
A new study shows that the gender gap within management increases after couples have their first child.
How should we handle boys who can't read?
Why are girls better readers than boys? According to new research from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), environment plays part of the role, as "parents tend to talk more with girls from birth".
Nordic women’s organisations want to strengthen girls’ rights
The project titled Full Rights for Girls in the Nordic Countries aims to increase the awareness of the problem of sexually harassment in the school environment and other public places.