In 2019, we focused on program development and. All programmes under the ITA and Norway grants 2014-2021 are ongoing until 30 April 2024. Secondly, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway negotiate with each beneficiary State and agree on the programmes to be defined, the objectives they set and the amount of each programme. The agreements are based on national needs and priorities in recipient countries and opportunities for cooperation with donor countries. The European Commission is consulted during the negotiations to avoid duplication and to ensure that funding is targeted where it has the greatest impact. The programmes implemented under the financial assistance of the EA and Norway must comply with EU rules and standards on human rights, good governance, sustainable development and gender equality. Financial Guidelines ResultsLinie Director of research programmeAdvertising Communication manual strategy Key indicators 2014-2021 – Guidance documnt for programmes funded under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021Template for Claim for Reimbursement of Salaries/ Staff Cost Template for Timesheets Staff Cost Calculator for year 2019 Staff Cost Calculator for year 2020 Intergovernmental Organizations and actors play an the EEA and Norway Grants, as they comply with international rules Conventions and treaties should be monitored throughout Europe. These organisations provide assistance in areas related to human rights, democracy and the rule of law. In order to ensure that the EEA and Norwegian fellowship programmes and projects comply with European and international standards, donors have established strategic partnerships with three European partners that act as International Partner Organisations (IPOs) during the period 2014-2021: the EEA and Norway Grants Results and Data Portal provides more information on the programmes and projects funded during the period 2009-2014. National focal points from five participating countries, namely Cyprus, Hungary, Latvia, Poland and Romania, participated and presented their traditional foods, handicrafts and literature.
Each country submitted short presentations, including information on projects carried out under the same grants. The FPD, as the national contact point, was also represented throughout the event, with delegates from donor countries Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, as well as the Financial Mechanism Office in Brussels. Each national node is responsible for the overall management of programmes in its beneficiary country. Programme Managers (PÄs) develop and manage programmes, often in collaboration with a partner from donor countries, and award grants to projects. Most projects are selected on the basis of calls for proposals published by publications.  EEA and Norwegian subsidies are based on the EEA Agreement. Under this agreement, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are part of the European Internal Market (ESM), which allows the free movement of goods, services, capital and persons in the internal market. The EEA Agreement sets out the common objectives of cooperation in order to reduce social and economic disparities in Europe and to strengthen cooperation between European countries. Priority sectors and programming areas 2014-2021Student bilateral agreement on technical assistance fundsEEA and financial mechanisms 2014-2021 – Programme agreement signed on 5 June 2018 Through grants from the EAA and Norway, the Council of Europe supports policy-making and programming in its areas of excellence and expands the field of expertise available to all partners. . .