Calls for proposals

The Ministry's announcements of grants and calls for proposals.

Grant scheme

 

Deadline

Development and Disarmament 2017
The overriding objective of the grant scheme is to strengthen and promote the implementation of international frameworks for nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons.

The priorities for this grant scheme are set out in the Storting's approval of the Ministry's budget proposal (Prop. 1 S) on a yearly basis.

The competition for grants is considerable. The Ministry sets strict requirements for applicants' expertise in the field, administrative capacity, financial management, results, and cost-effectiveness. Funding under this scheme is to comply with the OECD/DAC criteria for ODA (official development assistance).

The grant scheme is included in the Ministry's application portal: Development and disarmament

 

 25 August 2017

Grant scheme for global security measures
The Ministry wants to enhance our global security by combat radicalisation and violent extremism, reduce illicit trace and organised crime, prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and promote transatlantic security and Nato Cooperation.

Call for proposals 

 

 Ongoing

Grants North-Caucasus - call for proposals
The overriding objectives of the grant scheme are to support democratic development and compliance with international human rights and strengthen civil society in North-Caucasus.

Call for proposals

 

31 March 2017

 

Grants for projects in ODA-approved OSCE countries in Eurasia The main objectives of the grant scheme are democratic and social development in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan (Eurasia). The priority sectors of the grant scheme are described in the annual call for proposals.

Call for proposals.

 

31 March 2017

 

Disarmament and Counter-Terrorism
The aim of this grant scheme is to support the UN global counter-terrorism strategy and disarmament and non-proliferation efforts by the UN system and civil society. International organisations, including UN bodies, voluntary organisations and research institutions are welcome to apply.

 

 

No specific date

International cultural engagement 
The objective of the grant scheme is to promote Norwegian arts and culture internationally, increase opportunities for Norwegian artists abroad, contribute to an active and dynamic cultural scene in Norway, and help Norwegian cultural professionals and practitioners to take part in global developments in their fields.

The target group is arts and culture institutions and organisations, the arts industry, and cultural professionals and practitioners that are established in Norway.

The priorities for this grant scheme are set out in the Storting's approval of the Ministry's budget proposal (Prop. 1 S) on a yearly basis, and the availability of funding is therefore subject to the annual appropriation in the national budget.

 

Travel grants for artists resident in Norway
Travel grants may also be awarded to Norwegian artists who are cooperating with cultural partners in developing countries.
See also the support programmes for international arts and culture cooperation: Support programmes for international art and cultural collaboration.

 

 

No specific date

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Carnegie Corporation of New York: Promoting Innovative Approaches to Peacebuilding
Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are joining efforts to promote innovative approaches in the broad and evolving field of peacebuilding.

 

 

 

Grants for peace and state building projects in the Western Balkans
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs hereby announces an opportunity to apply for grants for peace and state building projects in the Western Balkans. The projects must be in line with the objectives of the grant scheme, as set out in the budget proposal (Proposition No. 1 (2013-2014) to the Storting), and the grant scheme rules.  Forms and guides