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Research and Education / 09.08.2022

VIAA approves the projects submitted in the 2nd Call of the EEA scholarship activity

State Education Development Agency (VIAA) approved the projects submitted in the 2nd call of “Scholarships” activity of the European Economic Area and Norway Grants (EEA/NO) programme “Research and Education”. Applications for projects for the mobility of university students and teaching staff were submitted by the Latvian Academy of Culture (LKA) and Riga Stradiņš University (RSU). […]

Research and Education / 03.08.2022

The digital festival invites you to get to know the magic of technology

Saturday, August 6, in the Ventspils Great Square from 12.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. Ventspils residents and city guests are invited to the Digital Festival as part of the Ventspils City Festival. Those interested will have the opportunity to participate in various creative workshops and see exciting tricks. This year marks the fifth consecutive year of the […]

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Local Development and Culture / 28.06.2022

Children’s health cabinet estabilishment

Research and Education / 28.06.2022

VIAA and EEA/NO invites to a conversation about teamwork at festival LAMPA

On July 1 and 2, the annual LAMPA conversation festival will take place in Cēsis, where the State Education Development Agency (VIAA) and European Economic Area and Norway Grants (EEA/NO) will organize conversation about the need for cooperation between various stakeholders in order to successfully contribute to the long-term development of STEM in Latvia. Saturday, […]

Research and Education / 20.06.2022

Ventspils Science Centre VIZIUM now open

On June 18, at 12.00 a.m., with a rich festive programme, an opening of the science center VIZIUM took place. The birthday of the Science Centre was chanted with a variety of free activities and workshops taking place outside the Science Centre building, while the mood of the festivities and musical accompaniment were taken care […]

International Police Cooperation / 17.06.2022

With EEA and Norway Grants support, Latvia launches modernization of the forensic examination system

June 17th this year, the Ministry of the Interior signed an agreement with the Ministry of Justice on a project that will serve as a springboard for the reform of the forensic examination institution in Latvia and which envisages the establishment of a single State Forensic Examination Centre under the Ministry of Justice, merging the […]

International Police Cooperation / 07.06.2022

EEA Grants: A Step for Secure and Competitive Latvia

On May 19th & 20th, 2022, the Ministry of the Interior along Royal Norwegian Embassy, Council of Europe and EEA Grant Financial Mechanism Office representatives, as well as project promoters (State Police, State Revenue Service, Financial Intelligence Unit, Ministry of Justice, Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau and Ministry of Welfare) looked at the achieved results, […]

Research and Education / 30.05.2022

Teachers are Invited to Apply for Non-formal Education Programmes

Till June 6 or until 40 applications have been received the Science and Education Innovation Center (ZIIC) of the Liepaja Municipal Education Department announces the application for free non-formal teacher education programmes, which will be implemented on 16 August, with the opportunity to participate in workshops led by Norwegian experts on 17 August. In cooperation […]

Ziņas / 23.05.2022

With EEA and Norwegian grants, investment projects of €76.2 million are being implemented in Latvia

On Monday 23 May, the annual meetings of the European Economic Area (EEA) and the Norwegian Grants and Bilateral Cooperation Fund Committee takes place. Representatives of the Ministry of Finance (FM), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the sector Ministries will discuss with representatives of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the The Financial Mechanism Office, as well […]

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