|President||Jonas Gahr Støre|
|General Secretary||Jan-Erik Støstad|
|Chair of the Board||Kjersti Stenseng|
|Headquarters||Youngstorget 2 0181 Oslo|
|European affiliation||Party of European Socialists|
|European Parliament group||Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats|
|Nordic Council affiliation||The Social Democratic Group|
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The Cooperation Committee of the Nordic Labour Movement (Danish: Arbejderbevægelsens nordiske samarbejdskommitté; Norwegian: Arbeiderbevegelsens nordiske samarbeidskomité; Swedish: Arbetarrörelsens nordiska samarbetskommitté; Finnish: Työväenliikkeen pohjoismainen yhteistyökomitea), better known by its abbreviation SAMAK, is an alliance of social democratic parties and labour councils in the Nordic countries. SAMAK consists of all social democratic parties and trade union organisations in the Nordic countries, including in Greenland, the Faroe Islands and Åland. The current President of the Committee as of 2021 is Jonas Gahr Støre, the leader of the Norwegian Labour Party and Prime Minister of Norway. Jan-Erik Støstad is the General Secretary, and Kjersti Stenseng is Chair of the Board.
The committee was formed during the first Scandinavian Workers' Congress in Gothenburg in 1886.
SAMAK holds a congress every four years, while the board meets four to six times per year.