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
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.
The Norwegian National Police Directorate (POD) is involved as a donor programme partner in the Schengen cooperation and combating cross-border crime programmes in Bulgaria and Romania. The cooperation gives the Directorate a better understanding of crime that is committed in Norway at the same time as they can share their experience in e.g. using Schengen information sharing and cooperation tools.
It’s back to school time! But across Europe thousands of students will not be heading back to their home university, but rather packing their bags for a study exchange abroad. For many it’s a life-changing experience.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are contributing to future growth and development in Europe through the EEA and Norway Grants. Our annual report gives you an insight into the progress and achievements over the past year.
"People are really interested in creating a better future for inmates and staff," says director of the Directorate of Norwegian Correctional Service, Kim Ekhaugen. The Directorate is a donor partner in the programmes contributing to improving the correctional services and prison conditions in Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland.
The Baltic Sea is one of the most heavily polluted seas in the world. More than one sixth of the sea is considered as a dead zone. In 34 days Latvia’s coastline was cleaned for marine litter.
Funding is now available to support networking, skill sharing and knowledge exchange between Slovak entities and entities from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway in selected programme areas.
Large counter-demonstrations were announced, but the voices of criticism were drowned by the 5 000 who celebrated Europride in the streets of the Latvian capital on 20 June.
Supported by Norway, 30 small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland receive funding to make production greener. The projects also contribute to significant reduction of CO2 emissions and to create jobs.
This week, the operators of the bilateral research programmes funded through the EEA and Norway Grants gathered in Brussels with their Norwegian and Icelandic partners to showcase their experiences and discuss the future.