Explore the partnerships
The EEA and Norway Grants help organisations from the beneficiary countries connect with their counterparts from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Visit the data and results portal to find out more about the partnerships and what they have achieved.
Project stories, news and features
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway have signed new cooperation agreements with Poland under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021. Cooperation on environment, energy and climate change, as well as research, business and innovation are key priorities.
The Grants are cooperating with the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) to promote human rights in Europe. A new agreement paves the way for involvement of FRA in our programmes linked to Roma inclusion and empowerment.
Funding is now available for facilitating partnerships with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway in three programmes in Romania – Energy, Education and Innovation.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway have signed new cooperation agreements with the Czech Republic under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021.
More than 300 project ideas on how to get young people into the labour market were submitted by the deadline for applications to the new EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
Businesses in Romania and Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway wishing to cooperate under the EEA and Norway Grants business development, innovation and SME programme in Romania can now apply for travel support.
Romania and Iceland are coming together to drive higher quality research and encourage research careers among young talents.
The Financial Mechanisms Office is pleased to announce that Ecorys Polska has been selected as a Fund Operator for the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment and the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation.
Around 10 500 victims of domestic and gender-based violence have received support through the Grants. On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we take a look at the progress made through the programmes.
With less than 25 percent of waste recycled*, Poland still has some way to go to reach 50 percent recycling of waste by 2020, as required by the EU.