Socialism isn't exactly the same as Social Democracy, norwegian Labour party is a Social Democracy party, not a Socialism party.
This political party in Finland is similar to the norwegian labour party:
"Ideology and voter base
The party calls itself "a modern, centre left party" with "progressive" ideals. The first value that the party uses to describe itself is "a fair society". The party states that "A society without fairness, is a society without meaning. Success, opportunity and freedom must be open to all people, and society should reward hard work and fair-play – not greed, status or chance. The measure of people should be their respect for others, not their wealth and background or characteristics such as race, sexuality or gender." The second value that the party uses to describe itself is "a supportive state". The party states that "States should not decide how people live their lives, but they can give people the power to choose for themselves. The state should not be an authority above citizens, but a solid base below them - on which they can build their lives with the services and security they need to pursue their dreams." The third value that the party uses to describe itself is "a sustainable future". The party states that "We cannot ignore the great problems of tomorrow, for the small benefits of today. Environmental damage, reckless economic activity and a weakening of social care all pose threats to the future of our country and our world. An active state and international cooperation must be the tools with which we build a sustainable future.""
I like this ideology .