The world is facing complex challenges in a number of areas. To solve these we depend on collaborating with others to build knowledge and share information. This also applies across our national borders. The Mid-Norway European Office has close contact with other European regional offices in Brussels. We also take an active part in several European networks. Our presence in various networks constitutes a knowledge bank for our members and is a driver for closer links with Europe. Please get in touch to take part in our network of Norwegian and European actors.


ERRIN – European Regions Research and Innovation Network

Through ERRIN, the Mid-Norway European Office works actively to promote our members interests in several of ERRINs Working Groups. The network also strengthens communication and cooperation, and looks to support the member region’s capacity in research and innovation.


Team Norway in Brussels

We take an active role in the Norwegian information exchange in Brussels, and maintain close dialogue with the Mission of Norway to the EU, NorCore and other Norwegian organizations to identify EU initiatives of importance to our members.

POLIS - Cities and regions for transport innovation

We participate in POLIS, the leading network for transport development within European cities and regions, on behalf of the Municipality of Trondheim. We work to manage and promote the membership of Trondheim Municipality in POLIS, in addition to cooperating with the leading actors within the sector.


The Network of European Regions for Innovation in Agriculture, Food and Forestry (ERIAFF) is an informal association of regional Authorities, where we take actively part in a number of thematic working groups. This in order to develop interregional innovation projects and to facilitate the integration of European policies in favour of innovation in the areas of agriculture, food and forestry.

ELEN – The European Language Equality Network

ELEN seeks to promote and protect European lesser-used languages, to work towards linguistic equality for these languages, and multilingualism, under the broader framework of human rights, and to be a voice for the speakers of these languages at the local, regional, national, European and international level. ELEN’s purpose is to represent the 50 million people, 10% of the EU’s population, who speak a regional, minority, or endangered language (RML).