With the support of the EEA Grants, a Hungarian clinical psychologist is currently in Norway to learn more about drug rehabilitation.
During a matchmaking event in Romania in November 2013, the Romanian NGO Association for Inclusion and Social Development Gorj and the Nordstrand Rotary Club of Norway met for the first time and got the opportunity to discuss and explore opportunities for joint cooperation. Half a year later, the mobility project "Together We Are Stronger" was a reality. The project was funded through the Bilateral grants of the Romanian NGO Programme under the EEA Grants.
Through advocacy, the Estonian Chamber of Disabled People and their partners will improve the accessability and usability of buildings in Estonia.
Romanian and Norwegian organisations team up to improve the services provided to victims of human trafficking in Romania.
The Slovak organisation EFFETA - Center of St. Francis of Sales provides hearing impaired persons with equal opportunities and help in integration into society. To improve the situation for their target group in Slovakia, they are currently implementing an EEA Grants project with two Norwegian partners, entitled "No fear to understanding"
A Norwegian and a Romanian organisation are now working together to improve the overall mass media climate by fighting hate speech and discrimination against minority groups.
The Latvian Red Cross is currently implementing three projects together with their Norwegian partner to reduce social exclusion and discrimination across Latvia.
Miglena Gerasimova and Peter Zaharinov from Forum Urban Alternatives Foundation visited Oslo last week to prepare a project application for an EEA Grants project in cooperation with their Norwegian partner the Ideas Bank.