Global civil society activity in Asker, Norway
Asker is a district and former municipality in Akershus, Norway. From 2020 it is part of the larger administrative municipality Asker, Viken in Viken county together with the traditional Buskerud districts Røyken and Hurum; Asker proper constitutes the northern fourth of the municipality. Asker is part of the Greater Oslo Region. The administrative centre of the municipality was the town of Asker, which remains the administrative centre of the new larger municipality. The municipality was established as a parish in the middle ages and as a municipality on 1 January 1838.
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Organizations based in Asker
Past Events in Asker
2006 Summer Championship – International Confederation of Accordionists
2004 Biennial PHD student conference – Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society
2003 Annual meeting – North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission
1998 International conference on education and themes in commercial distribution / Conference – European Association for Education and Research in Commercial Distribution
1995 Annual meeting – Nordic Council for Animal Welfare
1986 Annual meeting – Nordic Committee on Food Analysis
1984 Scientific Meeting – Scandinavian Association of Geneticists
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