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Partner search Erasmus+: History and its effect on today’s youth

History and its effect on today’s youth Shaping Europe’s future together   Østfold County Council Østfold is a county located southeast of Oslo, at the Swedish border. Østfold has an area of 4,186 km², and 265,000 inhabitants. The most important business sectors are agriculture, forestry and industry. The county council's main task is to act as a regional developer.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Partner search Erasmus+: History and its effect on today’s youth.

  History and its effect on today’s youth Shaping Europe’s future together   Østfold County Council Østfold is a county located southeast of Oslo, at the Swedish border. Østfold has an area of 4,186 km², and 265,000 inhabitants. The most important business sectors are agriculture, forestry and industry. The county council's main task is to act as a regional developer.

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Creative Europe: Trading and cultural interaction between Norway, Germany and Holland 1500-1750

Akershus County Council are looking for partners to develop a project to show a European audience how trading and cultural interaction between the Germans, the Dutch and the Norwegians (Son in Eastern Norway) from 1500-1750 have affected the countries involved, and moulded their cultural heritage today, both material and immaterial.

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Future Erasmus + Project on Social Inclusion

Vast School in a Norwegian ScaleFrederik II is an upper secondary school in Fredrikstad, located in the lovely Østfold region, South-East of Norway.