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Managing the grants 2018-06-27T10:53:49+00:00

EXTERNAL PARTNERS

Intergovernmental organisations and actors play an important role, as they monitor compliance with international conventions and treaties across Europe. Furthermore, they provide assistance in areas linked to human rights, democracy and the rule of law. In order to ensure that the programmes and projects of the EEA and Norway Grants are aligned with European and international standards, the donors have established strategic partnerships with three European partners who act as International Partner Organisations (IPOs) in the 2014-2021 funding period.

COOPERATION

Cooperation through bilateral programmes and projects provides an arena for exchange of knowledge, mutual learning from best practice and developing joint policies.

23 Donor Programme Partners (DPPs)1 were involved in the 2009-2014 funding period.

In addition, the Council of Europe is counted as a DPP in a number of programmes.

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from Iceland
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from Liechtenstein
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from Norway

1 Partnerships with the Council of Europe are excluded from the numbers for Donor Programme Partners and from the numbers for donor project partners.

Of the more than 7 000 projects funded in the period 2009-2014, more than 30% had a donor project partner and there were nearly 1 000 projects2 partners from the donor countries.

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from Iceland
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from Liechtenstein
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from Norway

Find out more about the partnerships taking place under the Grants.

2 Mobility projects are included in the number of donor project partners.

In the 2014-2021 funding period, we have 21 DPPs.

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from Iceland
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from Liechtenstein
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from Norway
Donor Programme Partners 2009-2014
Donor Programme Partners 2014-2021

MANAGING FOR RESULTS

Results-based management helps to ensure that programmes are more focused on what they will achieve and take an evidence-based approach to what works well and what could be improved. Evaluation is a key tool to demonstrate the achievement of results. In 2017/18, the following reviews and evaluations were finalised:
Two rapid assessments are planned for 2018: