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  • Expanding horizons through exchange


    Tereza Češková is a Ph.D. student of Educational Science at the Faculty of Education of Masaryk University in Brno.  She is likewise one of the around 130 Czech students participating in exchange studies with support through the Grants.

  • Fighting corruption and economic crime


    Anti-corruption experts, policymakers and stakeholders from across Europe are meeting in Prague 20-21 October for a conference focusing on combating corruption, money laundering and recovering criminal assets.

  • First car-free nature park in Slovenia


    Inspired by Jotunheimen Nature Park in Norway - which has a very restrictive policy on the use of motorised vehicles - Sečovlje Nature Park will become the first Slovenian nature park where cars are banned.

  • Putting Mental Health First


    With support through the Norway Grants, the new Children’s Mental Health Centre recently opened its doors in Tallinn. The centre will be integral for providing more comprehensive services to children and youth suffering from mental health problems.

  • Polish video targeting hate speech


    A graphic video of a homophobic young women morphing into Adolf Hitler is being used in a campaign highlighting the dangers of hate speech in Poland. The campaign and research are funded through the EEA Grants.