Mid-Norway

The Mid-Norway European Office is a members' organisation, consisting of actors and stakeholders from the public and private sector as well as academia. We focus on a wide array of thematic areas, including, but not limited to: bioeconomy, energy, forestry, agriculture, mobility and transport, smart cities, climate neutrality, health, blue growth and cultural heritage.

Contact detail

  • Brussels Office Address

    Avenue Palmerston 3
    1000 Brussels
    Belgium

Trondheim

Latest Updates

  • By Hilary Webb

Successful ERRIN - EC dialogue on Mission Starfish

On 18 June ERRIN’s Blue Growth Working Group organised together with the Mission Starfish Secretariat a dialogue on the role of regions in area-based lighthouses anticipated in the Mission. It was an opportunity for ERRIN members to come together with those working on the Mission and its implementation plan to discuss potential lighthouse activities, their scale and governance.

  • By Hilary Webb

Minority languages in the digital age

The Mid-Norway European Office is organising an event that will explore how digital tools can empower minority language users.

  • By Anna Tranberg

Sustainable Maritime Transport

Join us for Trøndelag County Authority’s presentation of their process aiming to develop the world’s first emission-free high-speed boats for public transport.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Horizon Europe Matchmaking event: Clusters 5 and 6 (part I)

ERRIN, together with the Research Council of Norway and the Norwegian EU networks FINN-EU, Horizon Sustainable Oslo Region and Horizon Mid-Norway, is organising a tailored, virtual matchmaking event to assist public actors, research communities, businesses and NGOs in finding the right match for upcoming calls in clusters 5 and 6 of Horizon Europe. The registration is now open!

  • By Mid-Norway European Office

South Saami Day 2021

The Mid-Norway European Office and partners organise a seminar on 18 November about current South Saami questions and issues, and how European cooperation and development may help strengthen the positions and interests of the South Saami people. The event will be followed by a digital project workshop on Erasmus+.

  • By Teresa Vio

EWRC side event: Minority languages in the digital age

As part of the European Week of Regions and Cities, this webinar organised by the Mid-Norway European Office explores how thinking digital can help empower minority language users in their everyday life.