Syrian school girls in Aleppo . 
Photo: Unicef Norge .Syrian school girls in Aleppo . Photo: Unicef Norge

‘Norway is entering into a multi-year cooperation agreement with UNICEF, and will provide up to NOK 400 million for education in Syria and its neighbouring countries. This is a follow-up to the donor conference for Syria earlier this year. It will give UNICEF greater predictability in its efforts to help children and young people,’ said Minister of Foreign affairs Børge Brende.

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Minister of Foreign Affairs and Kristalina Georgieva, Eu, at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul . 
Photo: Astrid Sehl/UD.

A new fund for education in emergencies, Education Cannot Wait, will be launched at the world Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul today. ‘The aim is to increase access to education for children and young people in emergencies. This is important not only for the individuals concerned, but also for the future of the countries they are living in. Norway is providing up to NOK 100 million for the first...

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Parade on Haeundae Beach in Busan . 
Photo: Torbjørn Jacobsen .

The Norwegian Constitution Day was celebrated the 15th of May by around 420 participants in Busan. The celebration consisted of traditional May 17th food, a parade along Haeundae beach, concerts, speeches, and fun activities for children.

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Photo: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe.

Today, World Press Freedom Day is being celebrated with more than 100 events all over the world. The overarching theme for this year’s international event is access to information and fundamental freedoms.

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Ambassaden i Seoul og konsulatet i Busan inviterer til nytt møte om sikkerhet og beredskap for bedrifter i Sør-Korea.

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Chilrdrens' book exhibition at Korea Foundation Gallery. 
Photo: Ane Bermudez.

Yesterday, Tuesday 26 April, was the opening ceremony for Korea Foundations’ exhibition called “Encounter the World through Children’s Books”. The exhibition takes place at Korea Foundation Gallery until June 8th.

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The Nordic Club in Seoul was established in 1969, with a goal to create social and cultural events for the members and raise funds for charity.The Nordic club is open to all who have a link to or are interested in at least one of the five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Iceland. The Nordic Club arranges various activities, such as museum or market visits, workshops

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