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Minutes from meetings of the Expert Group for the Nordic Game Program, which are published upon their confirmation at the following meeting (in Swedish):

140506-07
130507-08
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120807
120508-09
120228
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110817
110427-28
110210
101209
101103-04
100414-15
100212
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091103-04
090505-06
090210
081210
080505-06
080211
071217
071101-02
070502-03
070223
061122
060816-17
060503
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Annual reports, which are published after officially submitted to the Nordic Council of Ministers, no later than April 1 of the following year (in Swedish or Danish):
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006

The plan for the Nordic Game Program 2, 2012-2015
(in English, 3.5 MB):

The Plan which constitutes the foundation of the Nordic Game Program 2006-2012 (in Swedish, summary in English):
Nordiska datorspelprogrammet, Plan 2006-2012

The survey of nordic computer games which is the background to the creation of the Nordic Game Program (in Swedish, summary in English, 4.23 MB):
Nordiska Datorspel

Position Papers:
No. 1: Notes on a Nordic creative industry strategy (in English, 375 kB)
No. 2: Nordisk Computerspilprogram – et nordisk svar på globaliseringens udfordringer (in Danish, 74 kB)
No. 3: Global public games support systems (in English, 124 kB)
No. 4: Conflict-of-interest in development support expert group decisions (in English, 208 kB)

Studies:
Datorspel för personer med funktionsnedsättningar (in Swedish, 419 kB)
Nordiske barnespill som merkevare (in Norwegian, 1.1 MB)

Marketing material - data on Nordic game development and the region:
The Nordic Game Facts (in English, 645 kB)

3.0 MDKK awarded in last(?) round of Nordic game development support
140523
...
11 Nordic games granted support
130523
New Nordic game projects granted 3 Million DKK in ...
15 Nordic games granted support
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New Nordic game projects granted 5 Million DKK in ...
Nordic game support breaks records again
120419
2012 is the first year of the renewed Nordic Game ...
Four more years for the Nordic Game Program
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The Nordic Game Program 2 will be launched on 1 Ja...


The Nordic cooperation


Nordic cooperation is one of the world’s most extensive forms of regional collaboration, involving Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and three autonomous areas: the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Åland.
   Nordic cooperation has firm traditions in politics, the economy, and culture. It plays an important role in European and international collaboration, and aims at creating a strong Nordic community in a strong Europe.
   Nordic cooperation seeks to safeguard Nordic and regional interests and principles in the global community. Common Nordic values help the region solidify its position as one of the world’s most innovative and competitive.