News

26.03.2012.

New electronic application environment for the Nordic-Baltic NGO program

Downloading document forms, filling them in painstakingly, writing and sending e-mails, repeating all this over and over again if something goes wrong at some point... This is all in the past now. Latvian NG...

28.02.2012.

Literary evening with Norwegian writer Erlend Loe

21.02.2012.

Deadline for the joint Nordic-Baltic civil servants grant scheme is approaching

All civil servants and other staff in the public sector in the Nordic and Baltic countries that plan study visits, internships and networking in the Nordic-Baltic region can ease their budgets by applying fo...

13.02.2012.

New round open to applications for Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Business and Industry

Would you like to do a study visit, to have an internship or to organize networking activities in the Baltic and Nordic countries? If you work in business and industry you can now apply for a grant for 2012....

27.01.2012.

Hrafnkels saga Freysgoða translated into Latvian

18.01.2012.

World famous Swedish photography artist Anders Petersen coming to Riga

05.01.2012.

Nordic-Baltic mobility program Culture support for Artist Residencies

Do you run a residency for professional artists and culture practitioners, support their innovative artistic work, and have an ambition to create contacts in the Nordic-Baltic Region? If so, then you may sen...

02.01.2012.

Nordplus – new programme period from 2012

The Nordic Council of Ministers has extended the Nordplus programme for the period of 2012-2016. Some of the aims for the new programme is to strengthen and develop Nordic cooperation in education, and also ...

20.12.2011.

Christmas greetings from Ziemeļu Stāsti on Vimeo.

16.12.2011.

Presentation of ”ISLANDS” music CD and Nordic Christmas celebration

Presentation of „Islands” music CD by the contemporary Latvian composer Raimonds Tiguls will take place on Wednesday, 21 December 18:00 at the NCM Office in Latvia, 13/3 Marijas (Bergs bazaar). The first cr...