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Hussite museum reopened in the Czech Republic

The Hussite Museum in Tabor in Southern Bohemia has reopened to visitors following renovation works and a major re-haul of its exhibition.

Newborns save lives in Slovakia

Newborn babies can be more than the pride and joy of their parents. As showed by a healthcare project in Slovakia, they can also help save lives.

Improving treatment of child obesity in Poland

The EEA Grants finance research at the Children’s Memorial Health Institute on blood pressure levels in young Poles in order to improve diagnosis and treatment of diseases linked to an unhealthy lifestyle.

Smuggled animals get new border shelter

The EEA Grants have financed a new shelter for endangered animals and birds seized from illegal traders by the police at the Polish-Ukrainian border.

Mapping Polish waters to safeguard biodiversity

As part of the renewed EU strategy to halt the loss of biological diversity by 2020, Polish and Norwegian researchers have developed an atlas of Polish marine areas.  

New security system for the Czech National Gallery

Supported by €850,000 from the Norway Grants and in partnership with the Norwegian Directorate of Cultural Heritage, the National Gallery in Prague has modernised its security system to safeguard its works of art.


Estonia NGO Fund: Open call for small-scale capacity building projects

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Estonian NGOs may apply for small-scale grants for capacity building activities until 10 December 2012.

Countering hate speech online

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The EEA and Norway Grants support a Europe-wide project by the Council of Europe that will see young people tackling online hate speech and its spread through social media. How to combat online hate speech while also safeguarding freedom of expression is the topic of a conference this week in Budapest.

Live stream of the event ‘Tackling hate speech: Living together online’

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
How to tackle and combat hate speech online is the topic of a two-day conference in Budapest on 27-28  November 2012. The Council of Europe and the EEA and Norway Grants have entered into a partnership to increase awareness of hate speech in Europe and to look at possible ways of countering it. You may follow the conference online via live streaming.

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Friday, November 16, 2012
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