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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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A call for bids for a mid-term evaluation of the EEA and Norway Grants support to strengthened bilateral relations is now open.
This week more than 100 international experts are meeting in POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw to discuss how we can learn from our past in order to better shape our future.
“By helping prisoners to maintain family ties and equipping them with useful skills we hope to reduce reoffending. We will extend the project, from 30 prisons, to 60,” says the Central Prison Services Project Coordinator Aleksandra Skierkowska.
“Poland’s health care has advanced by 40 years in the space of 20. Addressing health inequalities that are linked to other policy areas, such as employment and education, requires a cross-sectoral approach,“ said Norwegian Directorate of Health, Senior Adviser, Dr Otto Christian Rø.
Through the gender equality and domestic and gender-based violence programmes, organisations in donor and beneficiary countries are teaming up to support equality.
A call for bids for a review of the Norway Grants funding to Decent work and Tripartite dialogue is now open.
Estonia needs more effective and accessible mental-health services for young people. Research from Tartu University, conducted between 1995 and 2012, showed a dramatic increase of more than 500% in hospital visits linked to mental-health issues.
The Global Fund has made a valuable contribution to strengthening social dialogue and ensuring that beneficiary countries are better placed to address decent work objectives, such as life-long learning and improving health and safety at work.
Organisations from Iceland and Norway are joining forces with their Spanish counterparts as part of the Spanish programme for environmental and climate change-related research and technology. Of the 198 projects supported under the programme, 51 are carried out with partners.
“The Green Technology Incubator is a great opportunity for prospective and existing entrepreneurs working with green technologies to receive support for the development of new ideas,” Oskars Priede, Director of the Green Technology Incubator, Riga.