OPEN CALLS / FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
GR Asylum and Migration program G - Small Grants Scheme
Improved Strategic and Contigency Planning
Deadline for applications: 16 October 2023
This call aims to enhance the capacity of the public administration entities involved in the fields of migration and asylum and cultivate a common approach, between public bodies (state entities, local authorities, academic institutions) and NGOs. To this end, pilot projects implemented by both public entities and non-governmental organizations, exploring synergies that may maximise outcomes in terms of enhancing their capacity, are included in the framework of this proposal.
Furthermore, taking into consideration the dynamic and unpredictable nature of migration and its implications on many sectors of Greece, it is beneficial to involve academic and other educational institutions in the effort to further enhance the capacity of public administration entities regarding their contingency planning (e.g. by developing specialized tools). The total available budget is 508,183 EUR. Final date of eligibility for projects is April 30th, 2024
More details *in greek available here
Active citizens fund Greece: Bilateral Initiatives
Deadline : 31 October 2023 or earlier (if funding is exhausted)
- This call intents to support activities which aim at enhancing relations between Greek NGOs and entities in the Donor States (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). Initiatives can be supported with up to a maximum rate of 100% of the eligible costs, with a maximum grant of €6,000 per application.
- The total available budget under this call is €162,000.
- More details through this link: Bilateral Cooperation Initiatives - Active Citizens Fund
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Current funding period: 2014 - 2021
The agreement of the current funding period (2014 - 2021) for Greece was signed in Athens in October 2017. Here is what the EEA Grants aim to achieve in Greece:
Programmes and responsible entities
- Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency
Program Operator: Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Savings, CRES
- Good Governance, Accountable Institutions, Transparency
Program Operator: Greek Ministry of Digital Governance, Program webpage (in Greek)
How is the EEA Grants structure decided?
How and where the EEA Grants are channelled has been decided jointly by the Greek state and the donor countries. Their decisions are reflected in the Memorandum of Understanding 2014-2021 between Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Greece. Details of the fundings are made in the various programs' concept notes, following stakeholder consultations which are inclusive dialogues with representatives from the Government, the wider public sector, the civil society, the academia and the private sector.
Previous funding periods - What has been achieved?
Greece has received funding since the EEA Agreement entered into force in 1994. Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein are joining forces in this funding, with Norway contributing the majority of the funding.
This video by Theodore Scrivanos gives an overview of some of the many great projects implemented in Greece:
The EEA Grants are about working across borders, striving for economic and social growth, and continuously aiming to build a better future.
Below you will find an overview of what has been funded in the various funding periods.