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
Funding is now available through three calls of proposal under the ‘Biodiversity and ecosystem services’ programme in Romania. Restoration of ecosystems, better monitoring and studies of ecological corridors are among the activities supported.
Funding is now available for the protection of native ecosystems against invasive alien species (IAS), improvement in the integration of biodiversity n different sectoral policies and legislation, and the awareness-raising on biodiversity and ecosystem conservation though nationwide campaigns.
Funding is now available to improve the management and monitoring of marine and inland water resources in Bulgaria and the increase in the capacity to assess and predict their environmental status.
The objective of the research programme is to enhance research-based knowledge development in Latvia through research cooperation in basic and applied research between Norway and Latvia. The allocation available for projects is €4 400 000.
During a recent visit to Warsaw, Norwegian Minister for EU Affairs Vidar Helgesen, visited two very different projects partly funded by EEA and Norway Grants: The Museum of the History of Polish Jews, and the Siekierki power plant.
The NGO programme for Croatia was launched in Zagreb yesterday, 2 July. The event attracted more than a hundred NGO representatives interested to hear about the opportunities now available for Croatian civil society.
Funding is now available for cooperation projects between Slovak educational institutions and institutions from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are providing €18 million to the environmental and climate change-related research and technology programme in Spain. This is set to be a win-win for the three donor countries, Spain and the environment.
Funding is now available for projects aiming to combat domestic and gender-based violence in Bulgaria.
Funding is now available for preparatory visits between educational institutions in the Czech Republic and the donor countries – Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.