Nordic Educational Programme for the Development of Social Services
Nordiska Utbilningsprogrammet för Utveckling av Social Service (NOPUS)
Pohjoismainen Koulutusohjelma Sosiaalihuollon Kehittämiseksi
28 Aug 1992, by D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM). Commenced operations 1 Jan 1993. Ceased to exist when merged with H-XD3066 - Nordic Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research (NAD), H-XD6949 - Nordiska Samarbetsorganet för Handikappfrågor (NSH) and U-XF1370 - Nordisk Uddannelsescenter for Døvblindepersonale (NUD) into D-XM3843 - Nordens välfärdscenter (NVC), 1 Jan 2009.
Develop: quality and efficiency within the social sector; competence for leadership, planning and application of resources and organizing; Nordic cooperation in social education issues. Build up support networks for exchange of knowledge and experience; act as a meeting place for development of ideas, a forum for communication and exchange of knowledge between different professional groups.
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Board of Directors appointed by social departments in the 5 Nordic countries.
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