|No.||Title||Promoter||Partner(s)||Implementation period||Approval date||Funding, euro|
|1.||Building Resilient Media and Inquisitive Audiences in the Baltic States||Baltic Centre for Media Excellence||1)Norwegian Journalism Institute 2)Norwegian media organization ‘Faktisk.no’||April 2019 – March 2022||18.01.2019||400 000|
|2.||3D scanning and new technologies in cultural heritage management||National heritage board of Latvia||Norwegian directorate of Cultural Heritage||October 2019 – April 2025||18.01.2019.||126 606|
|3.||Participation in the Conversation Festival LAMPA||Ministry of Finance of Latvia||Norwegian Embassy in Riga||June 2019 – |
|4.||Norway-Baltic Research Network. Critical Infrastructure: Institutional Coordination and Policy Preferences||Latvian Institute of International Affairs||1) Norwegian Institute for International Affairs 2) International Centre for Defence and Security 3) Institute of International Relations and Political Science at Vilnius University (Lithuania)||January 2020 – June 2021||18.07.2019.||187 000|
|5.||The international cycle of conferences with participation of Norwegian and Latvian experts on issues topical for correctional services*||The Ministry of Justice of Republic of Latvia||Directorate of Norwegian Correctional Service||April 2021 – March 2025||19.09.2019.||98 700|
|6.||Building public resilience through verified knowledge sources: a Latvian - Norwegian encyclopedic approach||National Library of Latvia||Store Norske Leksikon of Norway||September 2020 – October 2021||15.01.2020.||52 801|
|7.||Building bridges between Latvian and Norwegian democracy festivals and municipalities||Foundation for an Open Society DOTS||Arendalsuka, Cēsis municipality, Arendal municipality||May 2021 – December 2023||15.01.2020.||56 200|
|8.||Public participation is the key to the future of democracy||State Chancellery of the Republic of Latvia||Citizens Foundation in Iceland, Latvian Civic Alliance||October 2020 – February 2022||25.05.2020.||49 997|
|9.||Strengthening Integrity and Transparency in Local Municipalities and in Cooperation With Private Companies||Transparency International Latvia||Transparency International Norway||November 2020 – March 2022||04.08.2020.||49 249|
|10.||Modelling of the Impact of Covid-19 on Public Health of Elderly People in Latvia and Norway||Riga Stradiņš University, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Public Health and Statistics Unit||Norwegian Social Research (NOVA)/ Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)||January 2021 –|
|In review||49 987|
Remaining funding 581 460 EUR
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