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  • Supporting waste management training


    On 1 October, a waste management programme financed by the Norway Grants was launched at the Tokaji Ferenc Secondary Grammar and Vocational School in Hungary.

  • Ibsen House opened in Hungary


    With support from the Norway Grants, a new regional culture and education centre has been opened in Békéscsaba in south-eastern Hungary.

  • Key source of funding for Romanian NGOs


    The EEA and Norway Grants have provided essential support to the non-governmental sector in Romania at a time when other funding sources were less readily available, concludes a new report by the Civil Society Development Foundation.

  • Agreement with Greece found on EEA Grants 2009-2014


    On 29 September 2010, an agreement was reached between Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Greece on the use of funds available through the EEA Grants 2009-14. Asylum policy is a key priority for the grant scheme and to this aim 30% will be earmarked over the next five-year period.

  • Promoting artist cooperation across borders


    The Cultural Exchange Fund of the EEA and Norway Grants supports artist exchanges between Poland and Norway. With funds from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, a contemporary sculpture exhibition consisting of works from Norwegian and Polish artists was recently opened in Oroñsko, Poland.

  • Zero tolerance towards corruption


    Today, 16 September 2010, the donor states and the beneficiary states of the EEA and Norway Grants marked their commitment to good governance and zero-tolerance towards corruption and mismanagement in the implementation of the grant schemes.

  • Integrating Roma communities


    The EEA and Norway Grants support various initiatives to integrate Roma populations in their communities, most notably within the fields of health, education and training.

  • Anti-corruption discussions in Berlin


    On 15 and 16 September, a workshop with the title "How to Reduce Corruption Risks in Grant Management" will be organised in Berlin in cooperation with Transparency International.

  • Vital support to civil society


    The NGO funds of the EEA and Norway Grants 2004-09 have secured vital support to civil society in Central and Southern Europe, particularly in areas such as advocacy and social inclusion, shows new report.

  • Ongoing consultation on future NGO funding


    Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein will strengthen their support to civil society in Central and Southern Europe through the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-14. Civil society representatives are encouraged to provide their input on the NGO funding through an online consultation exercise.

  • EEA and Norway Grants 2009-14 launched


    Environment, climate change and civil society are priorities when Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein present the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-14 and launch negotiations with the beneficiary states on priorities in each country.