Wondering why states as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein contribute financially to the Czech Republic and other European countries? What are in fact the EEA and Norway Grants and why do they really exist? Which areas will be supported in the third period of the EEA and Norway Grants? Please watch our video to get all this interesting information.
The new Programme „Human Rights, Roma Inclusion and Domestic and Gender-based Violence” was officially launched at a conference in Prague on 13 March 2019. Within the programming period of Norway Grants 2014 - 2021 more than half billion of Czech Korunas will be distributed by the Ministry of Finance (the Programme Operator) among projects aimed at human rights protection, inclusion of Roma in Czech society, Roma empowerment, prevention of domestic and gender-based violence and protection of victims.
The third period of the EEA and Norway Grants in the Czech Republic was officially launched in the Planetarium Prague on 20 February 2019. At the same time the Programme Agreements of the Programme “Culture“ and Programme “Environment“ were ceremonially signed.
A contact seminar for potential applicants and project partners from the donor state will be held on 10 April 2019 in Prague. The Seminar is part of the Environment, Ecosystems and Climate Change Program, funded by the Norway Grants 2014-2021.
Dear Applicants, thank you for your significant interest regarding the Bilateral Fund. In total, 17 out of 32 submitted initiatives were approved and the allocation was completely committed.
The Memoranda of Understanding for a new period of the EEA and Norwegian Funds between the Czech Republic and the donor states of Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland was ceremoniously signed at the Anežské klášter in Prague on 4th September 2017.
We are pleased to inform you that the Call for Proposals under the “Social Dialogue – Decent Work” Programme was launched on 7 November 2018. The Open Call is open for 11 Beneficiary States (Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia; Cyprus and Hungary will be eligible soon), that are involved in this Programme.
The Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage announced on 18 October 2018 the call for participants of the study trip in Norway. Due to the limited capacity, all participants were confirmed. New applications will not be subjected to evaluation due to limited capacity and budget of the study trip.
One of the first activities that took place under the newly opened Fund for Bilateral Relations was the student exchange between Mathias Lerch Gymnasium Brno and Liechtenstein Gymnasium Vaduz.
The Ministry of Finance – National Focal Point for the EEA and Norway Grants in the Czech Republic announces on 31 August 2018 the first Open Call for submission of grant applications for bilateral initiatives under the Fund for Bilateral Relations within the framework of the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021.