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The EEA and Norway Grants are a key partner of this year’s Fundamental Rights Conference -a high level annual event, organised by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).
The Romanian fund for bilateral relations is now accepting applications.
“The most exciting part is still ahead of us”, said Norway’s Ambassador to Romania, Tove Bruvik Westberg, at the launch of the Grants in Romania.
Roma inclusion projects under the Grants (04-09) contributed to empowerment, more inclusive policies and building bridges between Roma and non-Roma.
In addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, there is a need to protect people and ecosystems from the impact of a changing climate. The EEA and Norway Grants support programmes dealing with climate change adaptation in nine EU countries.
Representatives from the 15 beneficiary countries and the donor states were in Oslo this week to take part in a risk and results seminar.
“The EEA Grants NGO programme is for all Romanian NGOs. We hope it will bring necessary oxygen to our civil society.”
A call is now open for projects contributing to strengthen cooperation and increase the exchange of students and staff in higher education between Romania and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
The Council of Europe’s No Hate Speech Movement is organising a European action day to commemorate and support victims of hate crime on 22 July.
The EEA and Norway Grants contribute to making Roma integration a reality in countries with sizeable Roma minorities