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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.
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“Cooperation in the research programmes contributes to building research networks enabling further cooperation between researchers from Norway and the beneficiary countries,” said Aleksandra Witczak Haugstad from the Research Council of Norway.
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.
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.
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.
For the fourth and final interview in our ‘Meet the exchange students’ series we hear from 23 year old Natalia Dąbrowska who, with the help of the Polish Scholarship programme, made one of her biggest dreams come true and embarked on a journey to Iceland.
"Norway Grants are vitally important in helping countries meet international standards and tackle weaknesses in their judicial systems," says Natalia Voutova from the Council of Europe. The Council of Europe is a donor programme partner in four programmes in the fields of judicial capacity building and correctional services.
Combatting looting and illicit sale of antiquities is a common challenge that requires joint efforts. A conference dedicated to the topic was held in Sofia 16 September jointly organised by Norway and Bulgaria and in partnership with UNESCO.
"The access to justice centres could make a real difference for the judiciary, but also to Romanian society in general," says Audun Hognes Berg from the Norwegian Courts Administration. The Administration is involved as donor programme partner in programmes contributing to improve the judicial systems in Lithuania, Poland and Romania.
Funding is now available for activities strengthening bilateral relations between the Slovak Republic and the three donor countries – Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – through the Fund for Bilateral Relations at National Level.
In the second part of our series featuring personal accounts of Polish students who have taken part in the Scholarship Fund exchange programme, we meet Maja Starostecka who spent three months on placement in the Institute of Cancer Research in Oslo.