Ministry of Labour (Norway)

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The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Labour (Norwegian: Arbeidsdepartementet) is a Norwegian ministry established in 1916. It is responsible for the labour market, the working environment, pensions, welfare, social security, integration, immigration, asylum, minorities and the Sami.[1] Since 16 October 2013 the department has been led by Robert Eriksson (Progress Party).

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  1. ^ Norwegian Ministry of Labour and Social Inclusion. "About the Ministry". Retrieved 2008-04-26. 
  2. ^ 77-åring blir statssekretær VG. Retrieved 16 October 2013 (Norwegian)

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