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The Sustainable Development Goals and the Nordics

Adopted in 2015 by all United Nations (UN) members, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a global agenda for making the world a better place by 2030. The goals are to be achieved by all countries, in global partnership, by 2030.

This data tracker looks at how the Nordic countries are progressing towards achieving the 17 SDGs, using the latest official data from the UN SDG Global Database and the OECD’s work on assessing country-level performance. The tracker includes over 400 visualisations on the 169 indicators making up the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.


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Labour Market Forecasts for Norway

The latest forecasts for the Norwegian labour market from 13 different government agencies, banks and other institutions.

Currently covering 9 different indicators, including wage growth, unemployment, employment. GDP Mainland-Norway and consumer prices are also included. Also available in Norwegian.


Development Assistance

The latest data and trends in official development assistance (ODA) from OECD-countries. Updated in December 2022 with the final OECD data for 2021.


Trade Unions Worldwide

This page provides an overview of worldwide data on trade union density rates and collective bargaining coverage, as reported by the International Labour Organization (ILO). The data includes information on the percentage of a country’s workforce that is unionized (trade union density) and the percentage of workers covered by a collective bargaining agreement (collective bargaining coverage).


Consumer Energy Prices in Europe

A summary of the lates data on consumer energy prices in Europe, covering electricity and gas price changes over time and the impact of taxes and levies. Last updated in December 2022, with data covering the first half of 2022.


The Norwegian Labour Market

The tracker covers topics such as job creation, working-time, productivity, wages, trade unions and employer organisations. The tracker includes data from international sources such as Eurostat and the OECD, and compares the Norwegian labour market with other countries where relevant and where data is available.

The tracker includes over 100+ visualizations, which are updated daily. The Github repository for the tracker is available here.