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Information on the EEA and Norway Grants within period 2009 - 2014. Time phases, programmes, procedures, grant applications and other related information. Chronological data.

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2nd Open Call under the Fund for Bilateral Relations - allocation spent

Ministry of Finance - The National Focal Point would like to inform potential applicants that a substantive part of the allocation of the 2nd Open call for for a grant for bilateral initiatives has already been spent. The other applications submitted so far, which are currently under evaluation, significantly exceed the remaining funds available.

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Helpline for victims of crime and domestic violence

As part of our series on successful projects from the previous years of the EEA and Norway Grants, we would like to present you a project supported by the Norway Grants under the Let's Give Wo(men) a Chance Programme this time. This is a project called “First Aid for Persons at Risk / Affected by (Domestic) Violence”. The project was led by one of the longest-running non-governmental non-profit organizations in the Czech Republic the Bílý kruh bezpeční (hereinafter BKB), which has been long time involved in the assistance of victims of crime and domestic violence and provides them with professional and free assistance. Coincidentally, we visited the White Circle of Safety on 4 September 2019, exactly on the day of its 28th anniversary.

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Opening of the Programme Health on 19 September 2019

A ceremonial opening of the Programme Health was held in the Valkoprevorsky Palace in Prague on 19 September 2019. More than 100 representatives of healthcare providers, state institutions and non-profit patient organisations took part in the launch conference. The programme will support prevention of mental illness in children, prevention of non-communicable and communicable diseases and patient empowerment and strengthening the role of patient organizations.

 

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Gymnázium Teplice - excellent international cooperation with schools from Norway and Iceland

Not every secondary school can proudly say it has accomplished so many international projects and started cooperation with so many schools from abroad as Gymnázium Teplice. Thanks to the interest and enthusiasm of its employees and students this school has been doing well at it for a long time. Already 13 years ago this school has joined the EEA and Norway Grants for the first time. The gymnasium contacted first secondary schools in Norway in 2006. The gymnasium had established cooperation with these schools and the first two-sided visits of teachers and students had been realized. And in 2007, cooperation with the Icelandic school Menntaskólinn í Kópavogi begun and both scholls still closely cooperate.