This is NAR
The Norwegian Association of Researchers is Norway's largest and leading trade union and special interest organisation for employees in research, higher education and dissemination of knowledge. We have 21 000 members.
The Norwegian Association of Researchers (NAR) organises employees and students in research, higher education and dissemination of knowledge. NAR’s main purpose is to increase salaries and improve working conditions for our members.
Membership registration form
NAR's supreme governing body is its Congress, which meets once every three years. The Congress elects the Executive Board that runs NAR in the interims between Congress meetings.
The Executive Board consists of the president (chair of the board), six board members and three deputy members, all of whom are elected for three-year terms of office.
Stronger emphasis on higher education and research is a prerequisite for growth in Norway's welfare and economy. Education and research also make invaluable contributions to self-understanding, culture and society's general level of knowledge.
NAR will work to ensure that all of our members in research, higher education and the ABM sector are offered competitive wage levels that correspond to those in other sectors of society.