While the Nordic countries have made significant strides in various sustainability initiatives, there remains a pressing concern in the realm of material consumption and circular economy practices.
The ANE Student Network has released a statement calling upon decision-makers to consider the well-being of students and tackle the root causes of mental health problems.
Meet Tove, the new Communication Manager in ANE
To discuss how engineers could contribute to the digital transition, the President and SecGen of ANE met with Karen Ellemann, SecGen of the Nordic Council of Ministers.
The EU Year of Skills provides us with an opportunity to weigh up the skills demand, address the skills shortages and invest in the right skills. It will be a loss of face to miss this opportunity.
This IWD, we celebrated the accomplishments of women and recognized their contributions in STEM.
The ANE Student Network support Belarusian students and condemn the undemocratic use of power and violence by Belarus state authorities.
In the period 2019-2022, the Association of Nordic Engineers, Engineers Without Borders Denmark (EWBdk), and the Sierra Leone Institution of Engineers (SLIE) worked together on the project: Engineering the future in Sierra Leone – SDG capacity building.
This policy paper outlines different initiatives that support lifelong learning based on strategic partnership, promoting teamwork to achieve results.
This proposal outlines the 2019-2024 EU legislature and 4 key areas for the EU legislature to take a stand on.