Active Citizens FundYour guide to successful partnerships in Europe! About the Active Citizens Fund The EEA and Norway Grants represents the contribution from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reduce economic and social disparities and strengthen cooperation with 14 EU countries. Part of the funding is set aside to strengthen civil society and active citizenship. An Active Citizen Fund is created in each beneficiary state for this purpose. Find a partner in our databaseRegister and browse through possible partner organisations from Norway and the beneficiary countries. Register and find a partner Subscribe to our Norwegian newsletter!Stay up to date on news, calls and more. Read more Our latest project storiesRead about successful partnership projects between Norwegian and European civil society organisations: Combating Child Abuse in Romania Recent data reveals a stark reality in Romania, where a minor becomes a victim of sexual abuse every six hours. ... From Nail Factory to Eco-Factory A trio of female entrepreneurs are looking to build a &#8220;repair hub&#8221; in Oslo, where broken things can be turned ... Liga-Ação Platform: Towards Zero Waste In Portugal In recent years, the growing concern over waste production and pollution has given rise to numerous citizen initiatives. Joining forces ... Making Sense of Russia – Project Aiding Minorities in Estonia Amid the Russian-aggression war, Estonian minorities are facing challenges with media literacy and ideological manipulations. What is true, and what ... Overview of open calls This page offers an overview of bilateral funding opportunities under the Active Citizens Fund open to donor country partners from ... Latest news Read about events, opportunities for cooperation and calls. Inspirational Stories Find inspiration in former bilateral projects and read about past successful projects Stay updated! Sign up for our Norwegian newsletter. We send it out roughly once a month &#8211; sometimes an additional newsletter if ... Where we are active Project support is available to applicants in 14 European countries. How to get involved How do you best approach a potential partner in order to start exploring the opportunity of implementing a project together?