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2008

  • Portugal - Open call for individual project proposals

    09.09.2008

    On 10 February 2006, Portugal launched an open call making over 12.2 million euros available for individual project applications under the EEA Financial Mechanism established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for submission of applications is 10 May 2006.

  • Czech Republic announces second open call for proposals

    09.09.2008

    On 24 July 2006, the Czech Republic launched an open call making 27.51 million euros available for individual project applications under the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for submission of applications is 26 October 2006.

  • Partnership projects strengthen cooperation

    08.09.2008

    Through the EEA and Norway Grants new ties are knit between actors in the donor and beneficiary states. A total 119 approved projects have partners in the donor states. In addition, different funds lead to soaring exchanges within the fields of culture, education and research.

  • Suspension of payments in Bulgaria

    03.09.2008

    The Financial Mechanism Committee (FMC) decided on 3 September to suspend the payments within the EEA Grants in Bulgaria and to suspend the role of the Central Finance and Contracts Unit (CFCU) in the implementation of the EEA Grants in Bulgaria.

  • Latvia announces 17 million open call for proposals

    02.09.2008

    Latvia announced an open call for proposals on 5 December 2006 making €17 million available for individual project applications under the financial mechanisms, established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for submission of applications is 5 March 2007.

  • Cyprus announces open call

    01.09.2008

    On 25 August 2006, Cyprus launched their first open call making over 2.5 million euros available for individual project applications under the EEA Grants established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for the receipt of applications is 15 January 2007.

  • Lithuania announces 20 mln call for proposals

    01.09.2008

    Lithuania announced an open call for proposals making close to €20 million available for individual project applications under the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism, established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for submission of applications is 2 November 2006.

  • Estonia launches open call

    01.09.2008

    On 1 June 2006, Estonia launched an open call making over 23.2 million euros available for individual project applications under the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for submission of applications is 31 August 2006.

  • Poland launches tender to manage 41.5 mln NGO-fund

    01.09.2008

    On 7 February 2006, Poland published a tender announcement to select block grant intermediaries to manage a 41.5 million euro fund - including administrative costs - for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) as part of the implementation of the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism, established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

  • Old town renewal in Slovenia

    29.08.2008

    The Slovene town Jesenice has applied a €1.2 million grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to renovate its old town square and turn it into a local social venue.

  • Anti-discrimination and free legal services in Budapest

    18.08.2008

    The €0.4 million Anti-discrimination and advocacy fund opened its open call for proposals in August 2008. Two open calls were launched simultaneously, one for free legal services in Budapest and the second for support to antidiscrimination actions and legal protection. Project proposals can be submitted until 25 November 2008.

  • Waste for energy in Estonia

    23.06.2008

    The cement industry is a major polluter of greenhouse gases, and AS Kunda Nordic Tsement will in a €3.4 million project cut its CO2-emissions through enabling its plant to use waste for energy production.