Evaluation of projects - invitations to tender
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has decided to carry out three evaluations of our assistance and project cooperation with the Western Balkans.
NOK 550 million to combat youth unemployment in Europe
‘Norway cannot solve the problem of youth unemployment in Europe. But we can help to identify and develop measures that work, and that others can copy,’ said Minister of EEA and EU Affairs Frank Bakke-Jensen.
The future course of Norwegian security policy
The Government will continue the main lines of Norwegian security policy, strengthen cooperation with Europe, and intensify Norway’s efforts in Europe’s southern neighbourhood.
Support for religious minorities doubled
‘Few groups are more vulnerable in wars and conflicts than religious minorities. They are subject to severe abuse in several countries.
Concerted effort to advance the 2030 Agenda in development policy
‘The overall aims of Norwegian aid are to fight poverty and alleviate suffering. The UN Sustainable Development Goals are bringing the countries of the world together in a concerted effort to eliminate poverty by 2030.
Norway to provide NOK 2.3 billion to alleviate Syria crisis in 2017
‘This year, Norway will provide at least NOK 2.3 billion in aid to Syria and the neighbouring countries.
Norway launches innovative learning games for children affected by war and crisis
Norway has today launched a new development tool that makes it possible for children to learn to read in areas where schools have been bombed and teachers and families have been forced to flee.
First ever white paper on the place of the oceans in Norwegian foreign and development policy
'The Government is stepping up its efforts to promote Norway's ocean interests. We intend to make sustainable use of the oceans a global priority,' said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.
Norway increases famine response to NOK 673 million
More than 20 million people in four countries are on the brink of famine. ‘We are facing the worst humanitarian catastrophe in the history of the UN. Nearly 1.4 million children are at risk of starving to death.
The EEA and Norway Grants negotiations have started
The negotiations for the next period of the EEA and Norway Grants to Croatia, began on the 21st of March. Representatives from Croatia and Norway met in Zagreb for an annual meeting and to start the negotiations.
Norwegian Foreign Minister Børge Brende visits Zagreb: "Norway-Croatia relations are excellent"
Foreign Minister Børge Brende on Monday 13th of February visited a sunny Zagreb for meetings with President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, and Foreign Minister Davor Ivo Stier.