In the scope of the Bilateral Relations Fund of the Blue Growth Programme was launch a Call with the objective to support the participation in a Conference and Matchmaking on 21 - 22 May 2019 in Ålesund, Norway.
On May 2, the Active Citizens Fund in Portugal launches new calls for Portuguese Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and promotes a bilateral matchmaking event between Portuguese NGOs and organisations from the EEA Grants donor countries.
In the scope of the Bilateral Relations Fund of the Blue Growth Programme was launch today a Call with the objective to support the participation in the Blue Growth Matchmaking
EEA Grants travelled around Portugal and all its regions during the first three months of 2019
The Active Citizens Fund in Portugal is now accepting proposals for the creation of a platform for the defence and promotion of human rights, which is part of Outcome 4 – “Enhanced capacity and sustainability of civil society (organisations and the sector)”, one of the four areas of the Active Citizens Fund in Portugal.
Studies on the economic impact of gender equality
Intervention projects to promote gender equality at local level
Prevention projects for children and young people and promoting non-violent masculinities
Open- Call#4 – Projects to improve protection of victims of violence against women and domestic violence, starts today with a total allocation of €700.000 and will remain open until the 9th May
This moment happened during the official visit of the Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, to Oslo, from February 25th to the 26th.
The Open Call #1 - System for assessing the value of work and pay and development of instruments for measuring gender inequalities in work organizations, starts today with a total allocation of €900.000 and will remain open until the 2nd May 2019.
Programme Environment: The first Matchmaking Event on the Application of the Principles of the Circular Economy
The Secretary General for Environment and Energy Transition and the Donor Programme Partner, Innovation Norway, held on February 28th, at the Secretary General premises, a Matchmaking Event in the area of Circular Economy.
The Gonçalo da Silveira Foundation, in consortium with the Research Center for Human Development of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, is the Non-Governmental Organisation chosen to implement over the next three years the “Citizenship Education” project, an initiative of the Active Citizens Fund in Portugal.
The fourth presentation session of the EEA Grants funding opportunities will be taking place on March 1st in the city of Porto.
The Alentejo and Algarve Regional Coordination and Development Commissions (CCDR) have promoted, along with the National Focal Point of the EEA Grants, initiatives to present the financing opportunities of the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism for Portugal.
The Active Citizens Fund has approved 48 social intervention projects promoted by Portuguese non-governmental organizations (NGOs), for about 3.5 million euros. The supported projects will be implemented in mainland Portugal and the Autonomous Region of the Azores over the next three years and were selected from almost two hundred applications submitted in October 2018.
The National Management Unit of the EEA Grants Portugal, as National Focal Point of the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism, attended, from January 21st to the 23rd the annual workshop promoted by the Financial Mechanism Office (FMO), in Brussels.
The FBR Open Call #1 starts today with a total allocation of €200.000.
Matchmaking event design to the promotion of bilateral project partnerships between entities established in Portugal, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, on the application of circular economy in key areas.
The CCDR LVT auditorium was the venue for the 2019 first presentation of the EEA Grants 2014-2021, which was held in Lisbon on January 10th.
The Fund for Bilateral Relations aims to strengthen the bilateral relations between Portugal and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. This Fund was publicly presented on December 14th in Lisbon.
Programme Work-life Balance: 5th Cooperation Committee Meeting
The Mar Portugal vessel, a project funded by the EEA Grants, was the site chosen for the 3rd meeting of the JCBF.
A Norwegian and Icelandic companies business mission in Portugal was held from the 14th to the 15th of November.
Promoted by Directorate General for Cultural Heritage, as programme operator, the meeting aimed to issues related to the structure of the programme
The Directorate General for Maritime Policy was present at BioMarine 2018 with EEA Grants PT Programme “Blue Growth”.
The "Ocean Business 2018" was held from the 18th to the 20th of September and UNG and the programme operators of the EEA Grants 2014-2021 were present.
The National Management Unit and the Secretary General accompanied the Secretary of State for the Environment, Carlos Marins, in a preliminary visit to Ceira’s River Basin regarding the implementation of the Pre-Defined Project.