Polish radio puts spotlight on supported projects
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.
Receiving €533.5 million in support, Poland is the largest beneficiary state of the EEA and Norway Grants. Each of the EEA and Norway Grants` priority sectors are represented in the projects carried out in Poland. The major ones are however conservation of the European cultural heritage, protection of the environment and implementation of the Schengen acquis.
Poland is also the beneficiary of 12 funds. Notable among these are cultural, research and scholarship funds fostering bilateral cooperation projects between Norway and Poland, as well as NGO funds fostering protection of the environment, equal opportunities and strengthening Polish civil society.
Bilateral cooperation with the donor states are a key element of the EEA and Norway Grants. In Poland, more than 20 % of the projects supported are carried out in partnership with authorities, institutions or businesses in Norway.
There is a considerable interest for the EEA and Norway Grants in Poland, both among the public and the media. Program 3 of the Polish Radio will over the following weeks be presenting 8 different projects carried out within different priority sectors. The schedule is as follows:
October 7: PL0062: "'Start into Adulthood' - an integrated system of preventive efforts in the Gmina of Grodzisk Mazowiecki" (Health and childcare). Listen to the broadcast.
October 14: PL0347:"Solar roofs for the Dzierzgoń Commune" (Protection of the environment). Listen to the broadcast.
October 21: PL0251 "Revitalization of the Old Castle Complex and the Habsburg Park in Żywiec" (Conservation of the European cultural heritage). Listen to the broadcast.
October 28: PL0039 "Creation of the domestic violence response system in Warsaw" (Human resource development). Listen to the broadcast.
November 4: PL0349 "Protection of species: lynx, wolf and bear in Poland" (Promotion of sustainable development). Listen to the broadcast.
November 10 OR 11: PL0228 "Trans-border ecotourism as the chance of the development of Nowy Sącz region" (Regional policy and cross-border activities). Listen to the broadcast.
November 18: PL0423 "Construction of the Border Quarantine and Shelter Centre for animals illegally imported to the Schengen zone and the Educational and Training Centre on the basis of the Zamość Zoological Garden"(Implementation of the Schengen acquis). Listen to the broadcast.
November 25: PL0075 "Research on application of selected telecommunications and information technologies for telemedic home care of pregnant women" (Academic research). Listen to the broadcast.
For more information about the individual projects, please consult the project database.