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2009

  • Baroque restoration in Tinov

    07.09.2009

    The long-awaited restoration of 17th century Müller house in Tišnov, Czech Republic, is finally being realised. The Müller house will become home to a town museum and will have a new annex attached, giving the public a meeting place that bridges past and present.

  • Christmas at the Disabled Childrens Centre in Zamosc

    14.12.2009

    Christmas is a special time of the year for the children at the Disabled Children’s Centre in Zamosc, Poland, which has undergone an extensive renovation thanks to support from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

  • Polish radio puts spotlight on supported projects

    07.10.2009

    Over the next few months, several projects financed by the EEA and Norway Grants will be featured on Programme 3 of the Polish Radio. One of them concerns the revitalization of the old castle and Habsburg park complex in Żywiec, as pictured.

  • Parent-child bonding through touch

    26.06.2009

    Tactile stimulation, taught by an NGO supported by the EEA and Norway Grants, brings Latvian parents closer to connecting with their disabled children.

  • Grants available for NGO projects in Poland

    06.02.2009

    The largest fund financed by the EEA and Norway Grants is the Polish NGO fund. For the time being it has ongoing calls for projects concerning environmental protection and sustainable development, as well as equal opportunities and social integration. In the future, we might also see funds specifically targeting social dialogue.

  • Re-creating Ibsen in Krakow and Oslo

    30.11.2009

    The Polish Cultural Exchange Fund of the EEA and Norway Grants has financed a Polish-Norwegian artistic exchange to make the works of Henrik Ibsen available to a wider audience.

  • Polish radio puts spotlight on supported projects

    07.10.2009

    Over the next few months, several projects financed by the EEA and Norway Grants will be featured on Programme 3 of the Polish Radio. One of them concerns the revitalization of the old castle and Habsburg park complex in Żywiec, as pictured.

  • Polish radio puts spotlight on supported projects

    07.10.2009

    Over the next few months, several projects financed by the EEA and Norway Grants will be featured on Programme 3 of the Polish Radio. One of them concerns the revitalization of the old castle and Habsburg park complex in Żywiec, as pictured.

  • Integrating fairytales in classrooms

    16.07.2009

    Hungarian elementary schools introduce folklore into teaching of minority children to increase their familiarity with both Hungarian and minority cultures.

  • Lithuanian childrens hot line

    01.07.2009

    Lithuanian civil society activity has received a major boost thanks to support from the EEA and Norway Grants. More than 100 projects are supported through the NGO Fund, including a help line for young people with psychological problems.

  • Joining forces against corruption

    14.12.2009

    Media and civil society representatives from Hungary and Norway were gathered at an EEA and Norway Grants supported anti-corruption workshop in Budapest on the International Day against corruption on 9 December.