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Slovenia

Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and the EU have signed the agreements on the EEA and Norway Grants for the period 2014-2021. Click here to find out more.

Key areas of support (2009-2014)

  • Reducing health inequalities and lifestyle-related diseases
  • Improving mental health services
  • Protecting biodiversity and improving environmental monitoring and control
  • Increasing educational mobility between Slovenia and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway
  • Promoting gender equality and work-life balance

Allocation

2004-09
2009-14
2014-21
Total allocation:€18.6 M
EEA Grants:€6.1 M
Norway Grants:€12.5 M
Total allocation:€26.9 M
EEA Grants:€12.5 M
Norway Grants:€14.4 M
Total allocation:€37.7 M
EEA Grants:€19.9 M
Norway Grants:€17.8 M

Programme overview

Click on the programme names below for key facts and information about each programme, calls for proposals, partnerships, projects and news. For details on the application process and eligibility, consult the programme operator websites accessible via the below pages. Show all programmes

Click on the programme names below for key facts and information about each programme, calls for proposals, partnerships, projects and news. For details on the application process and eligibility, consult the programme operator websites accessible via the below pages.

Programmes under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021

Programme Partner(s) Grant
(€ million)
Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education National Agency for International Education Affairs (Liechtenstein) 13.5
Climate Change Mitigation, and Adaptation Norwegian Environment Agency 14.5
Civil Society   3.0
Social Dialogue – Decent Work Innovation Norway 0.18
Bilateral national fund- funding for developing bilateral cooperation and activities of bilateral interest with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway 0.75

Programmes under the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014

Programme Partner(s) Grant
(€ million)
Biodiversity and ecosystem services   1.9
Environmental monitoring and integrated planning and control  Norwegian Mapping Authority National Land Survey of Iceland  2
Cultural and natural heritage   4.9
NGO Fund   1.9
Public health initiatives Norwegian Institute of Public Health 10.1
Gender equality and work‐life balance   1.5
Scholarships Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education Icelandic Centre for Research Agency for International Affairs (Liechtenstein) 1.8
Decent work and tripartite dialogue Innovation Norway* 0.1
Bilateral national fund- funding for developing bilateral cooperation and activities of bilateral interest with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway

 *Programme operator

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Country facts

  Slovenia EU-28
GDP per capita in PPS (EU=100) 83 100
Economic growth (% change on previous year)* 2.5 1.9
Unemployment rate (%)* 7.9 8.5
Youth unemployment rate (%) 16.3 20.3
Public debt (% of GDP) 83.1 85.0
Gender pay gap (%) 8.1 16.3
At-risk-of-poverty rate (%) 19.2 23.7
Human development index 12 (EU-28 ranking)
Corruption perception index* 15 (EU-28 ranking)

Sources: Eurostat, UNDP, Transparency International. All data is from 2015 except where * indicates 2016.

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Results from the previous funding period

Read about results in Slovenia in the 2004-2009 funding period

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Project stories, news and features

Projects selected: Helping young Europeans find work

14.05.2018

Almost 14 million young people in Europe are not in employment, education or training. The EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment supports the most vulnerable and hard-to-reach among them and aim to help them into the labour market.