The website www.kosning.is includes information about the general parliamentary elections in English - http://www.kosning.is/althingiskosningar/english/Read more
The personnel of the Multicultural Centre wishes all a merry Christmas and a happy new year.
The Multicultural Centre will be closed during the holidays and won't open until the 2nd of JanuaryRead more
What is the first thing that pops up in to your mind when you think about ENTERTAINMENT? Do you own an object that brings out good memories?Read more
The meeting will be held at the Reykjavík City Theatre (Borgarleikhúsið) on November 10th from 10am - 3pm.
The Multicultural Centre's office will be closed due to summer vacations from Monday the 30th of July until the 10th of August.
The information telephone service will be closed Tuesday the 31st of July and the 7th of August.Read more
The Multicultural Centre's office will be closed on Boxing day, 26th of December.Read more
Objazdowy pokaz kina polskiego na Islandii // a touring film screenings of polish movies in Iceland // pólskar kvikmyndir á faraldsfæti á ÍslandiRead more
Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at University of Iceland, in association with Women Of Multicultural Ethnicity Network in Iceland (W.O.M.E.N) and The Icelandic Women's Rights Association are organizing an international conference Integration and Immigrants' Participation, which is going to be held in Reykjavík, 14-15 November, 2011.Read more
Heuristic play with object is rooted in young children's natural curiosity. As babies grow, they move beyond being content to simply feel and ponder objects, to wanting to find out what can be done with them.Read more
The online tax return 2011 for individuals has been opened for submission on the web site www.skattur.is
The general submission deadline is March 23d, but extended submission deadline is March 29th.
Mr. Kjartan Borg has retired from his duties as Honorary Consul-General of Thailand to Iceland.
The Consulate's office will be closed from January 1st 2011.Read more
Fræðslumiðstöð Vestfjarða offers courses in Icelandic, both beginner and advanced classes. The main emphasis is placed on everyday language.Read more
Thursday July 8th at 8 p.m. you can take a guided walking tour of downtown Reykjavík where the cultural life in the city centre will be introduced with a bit of history mixed in. You can choose between the five languages above. The walk takes off from Reykjavík City Library in Tryggvagata 15 (map) at 8 p.m and is free of charge. No booking is needed.Read more
April 14th 2010
Earth tremors are reported under the summit of the Eyjafjallajökull glacier, in the south of Iceland. The Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management, in consultation with geophysicists from the Icelandic Meteorological Office, have already evacuated the areas to the south of the glacier as a precautionary measure.Read more
Referendum on the future validity of the Act No. 1/2010 will be held on 6 March 2010.
The Chief Epidemiologist in Iceland wants to promote the following due to many inquiries from parents associations, school managers and others regarding possible impact the influenza A(H1N1)v may have on the educational system in Iceland.
The educational system will operate as usual and schools will start on set dates despite the pandemic influenza A(H1N1)v. Furthermore, the Chief Epidemiologist wants to iterate that:
General elections to Parliament [Alþingi] are on 25 April 2009. Only Icelandic citizens may vote or run for election. They must be 18 years of age and be legally residing in Iceland. Those who have moved away from Iceland retain the right to vote for eight years and even longer if they apply for an extension.
Icelandic authorities have extended the adapt stipulation that restricts free movement of people from Bulgaria and Romania until 2012.
The Multicultural Centre opens a new website - New means of information distribution to immigrantsRead more