Statistics on the Nordic countries
The Nordic Social-Statistical Committee (NOSOSCO) publishes, among others, the Nordic Statistical Yearbook, as well as theme publications on various topics.
The Nordic Medico-Statistical Committee (NOMESCO) publishes, among others, the Nordic Statistical Yearbook, as well as theme publications on various topics.
The website of the Nordic Council and the Nordic Council of Ministers contains statistics on the Nordic countries.
Statistics on European countries
Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, produces and compiles comparable information on European countries under various themes.
Key information on population and health at the European level has been compiled in the Sotkanet Statistics and Indicator Bank run by the National Institute for Health and Welfare.
The European health for all database run by the World Health Organization (WHO) provides statistics and indicators on health in European countries.
Statistics Finland's International statistics portal compiles key international statistics and statistical sources. This includes selected sources of information produced free of charge by the most important and reliable international organisations and associations. The portal also contains links to the home pages of statistical offices in Finland.
The World Health Organization (WHO) provides global statistics on health from various perspectives.
The statistical databases of the United Nations provide global statistics on various aspects of life.
The statistical database of the European regional office UNECE (The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) contains comprehensive information on, among others, countries, the economy, gender and transport.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) provides statistics on various aspects of life around the world.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) produces statistics and compiles statistical databases relating to employment.