How do you get students more interested in learning about climate change? Portuguese teachers are using video, pictures and social media when teaching this important topic.
Every year, millions of wild animals are killed on Europe’s roads. For every animal counted, many more die unnoticed. In Greece, the National Wildlife Observation Network is developing new ways to prevent wildlife from being run over to protect both biodiversity and drivers.
Despite some progress, women in Slovenia continue to be under-represented in politics and business. With funding from Norway, the ‘OPENN’ project is working to identify the barriers that hinder greater female participation.
The St Wenceslas Rotunda in Prague, believed lost for over 350 years, was miraculously discovered in 2004. During a recent visit, Norwegian Ambassador, Siri Sletner, saw how the EEA Grants are helping to preserve this valuable part of Czech cultural heritage.
What does your gym do to adapt their facilities to help wheelchair users to take part in activities? Physiotherapy student Łukasz Kozłowski from Poland and Ásta Jónsdóttir from Iceland tried to move around in wheelchairs one day to better understand the challenges.
A new cultural centre devoted to preserving the works and legacy of Federico García Lorca opened its doors to the public on 29 July. Equipment and cultural activities at the Centre have been funded through the EEA Grants.