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EEA and Norway Grants

Norway provides funding for cultural heritage projects in Europe through the EEA and Norway Grants. 

The EEA and Norway Grants are Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein's contribution to reducing economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and to strengthening bilateral relations with 15 EU states in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltic states. Cooperation in the cultural heritage sector is well suited to achieving these goals. 

The Directorate for Cultural Heritage is a partner in seven countries, and advises applicants on cooperation possibilities between the cultural heritage sectors in Norway and the beneficiary countries.

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    The EEA Grants and Cultural heritage

    Europe’s rich cultural heritage not only has great inherent value, but is also a driver of economic growth, job creation and social inclusion. Why...
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    Why participate in bilateral cooperation?

    Through the EEA Grants, the cultural heritage sector has a unique opportunity to gain new expertise and know-how through bilateral cooperationEuro...
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    How to find a partner?

    Productive partnerships are essential for successful bilateral projects. How do you find a good partner for realising your ideas?Consider what ide...
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    Advice on partnering

    For a partnership project to be successful, there are a number of best practices to follow in the various stages of a partnership project.Engage a...