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Annual Report 2012

This EEA and Norway Grants Annual Report, which covers the period 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2012, presents the aims, challenges and achievements in the 15 beneficiary countries.

Foto: Maciek Nabrdalik




















Foto: Maciek Nabrdalik

 

Four main themes run through this report, each important to Europe and each linked to the overall objectives of the Grants

  • Strengthening bilateral relations between the donor and beneficiary countries
  • Countering hatred and empowering minorities
  • The environment and climate change
  • The situation for many young people in Europe today, told through the photos in the report

Country overviews for each of the beneficiary countries provide a snapshot of the main developments in 2012 related to the Grants.

With projects running until 2016, 2012 was mainly a year of preparation, planning, building partnerships and launching calls for proposals.

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