Are you planning a project under an open call supported by the EEA and Norway Grants? Do you have a project idea that can benefit from the cooperation with other entities, especially from Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway? Or do you want to extend the scope of your project at the national level? But you are still missing the ideal partner?
The match-making seminar in the area of cultural heritage under the Programme Culture will be held in the National Technical Museum in Prague (Kostelní 42, Prague 7) on 27 May 2019. The seminar is organized by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage. The aim of the seminar is to enable meeting between the applicants in the area of cultural heritage and potential project partners from donor states. It shall facilitate first contacts and enhance further cooperation and partnership in planned projects.
A ceremonial opening of the Programme Culture will be held in Prague on 28 May 2019. The programme will support the revitalization of the cultural heritage, its innovative use and various cultural and creative activities in cooperation with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
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 Ministry of Finance, the Programme Operator of the Health Programme, announces on 24 April 2019 the first Open Call for proposals for bilateral initiatives under the Bilateral Ambitions of the Health Programme funded from the Fund for Bilateral Relations within the framework of EEA Grants 2014-2021.
The Ministry of Finance – The National Focal Point issues the Bilateral Ambitions Guideline for Applicants and Final Beneficiaries in programmes Justice, Human Rights, Good Governance and Health.
Planned Timeline of the programme "Culture" (2019 - 2021).
The new Programme "Home Affairs" was officially launched at the conference in the building of the Ministry of Interior in Prague on 27 March 2019. The Ministry of the Interior as the Program Operator will receive the grant of € 5 million from the Norway Grants 2014-2021 to enhance police competence in preventing and combating crime.
The first call for proposals for Inclusive Education Projects was published on 8 March 2019. The allocation that has been set for this particular call is 227 500 EUR. The objective of this call is to support the projects that will be realized in cooperation of the entities from the Czech Republic with their project partners from the Donor states to develop the competences and classroom-based skills of teachers or multipliers (especially of those tasked with supporting inclusive approaches and working with Roma students). The application submission deadline is 20 May 2019.
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.