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Programmes

Get to know the programmes funded by the EEA Grants

Blue Growth
Blue Growth
Environment
Environment
Culture
Culture
Active Citizens Fund
Active Citizens Fund
Bilateral Relations
Bilateral Relations

Calls

Opened Calls

Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage (programme operator) and Directorate-General for Arts (programme partner)

Under the EEA Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 Culture Programme in Portugal, the “Climate Change - Heritage & Arts” Seminar will be held on the 20th and 21st of October 2022, in Lisbon, organised by the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage, the Directorate-General for the Arts, the Riksantikvaren and the Arts Council Norway, with the support of the Embassy of Norway in Lisbon.

National Management Unit of the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism (UNG-EEAFM)

Total allocation of €400.000 for the “Portugal & Norway – Partnerships for Innovation- FBR Open Call #2”.

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, in consortium with the Bissaya Barreto Foundation

The Bilateral Cooperation Initiatives are intended to support activities aiming at enhancing relations between Portuguese NGOs and entities in the Donor States (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and contribute to the objective of the Active Citizens Fund.

Closed Calls

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, in consortium with the Bissaya Barreto Foundation

Bridges Project presents results in Closing Conference
Bridges Project presents results in Closing Conference

Last September 21st, Bridges for Equality in Alto Minho presented the results and products of the project, both in terms of the production of scientific knowledge and the intervention carried out with the partner organisations

Seminar: A Road for Adaptation of Bridges to Climate Change
Seminar: A Road for Adaptation of Bridges to Climate Change

This seminar intends to bring together experts from the bridge engineering field and academia, climatologists, bridge authorities, and decision makers to understand the impacts of climate change on the health of bridges and to propose cost-effective adaptation strategies.

Report Irregularities

The EEA Grants have a no-tolerance policy on corruption and mismanagement. Complaints and alerts on suspected irregularities may be submitted directly to any entity involved in the implementation of the EEA Grants 2014-2021.