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									Nordic-Baltic
Mobility Programme
for Public Administration
2009 – 2013
www.norden.ee
www.nb8grants.org
Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Public Administration
Objectives:
• to promote and strengthen cooperation, exchange of
  knowledge and networks between public administration
  structures on all administrative levels in NB8 countries

• to facilitate the harmonization of more efficient working
  methods of the public sector

• the overall goal is to increase the global competitive power of
  the region

                                                       www.norden.ee
Purposes of the programme –
the promotion of:
• exchange on best practices and knowledge transfer
  for mutual benefit on all administrative levels
• cross-sectoral cooperation
• capacity building within local and regional authorities
• facilitation of joint Nordic-Baltic utilisation of
  different EU funds and project financing

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Financial framework
270 000 EUR annually

Co-financing:
• The programme covers max. 70% of the total eligible costs of
  the mobility
• Min. 30% co-financing from the applicant is required

Eligible costs:
• Travel expenses (incl. travel insurance)
• Accommodation
• Per diem
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Applicants :
Nordic and Baltic civil servants (individuals or groups) and other
  staff employed in different sectors in public administration,
  authorities and institutions at state, regional or local level.
Applicants from the Baltic countries have to find partners in at
  least 2 Nordic countries, Nordic applicants – in at least two
  Baltic countries.

Eligible forms of activity:
• study visits
• internships
• on the job-training
• network activities                                     www.norden.ee
Strong sides of the programme (according to the external
evaluation):
• Cross sectoral
• Bottom up approach
• Decentralised
• Flexible
• Practical




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Statistics and feedback 2009-2011
In 2010 - 48 applications (1 individual internship, 39 group visits, 8 networks)
18 – from local and regional governments,
24 – from governmental institutions,
5 – from institutes and foundations, 1 – international organisation




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Participating countries in the granted projects 2010:
1) in total, 2) as partner, 3) as aplicant.

                                                                 16
Denmark                                                     15
                    1

                                                                            20
 Estonia                    4
                                                                 16

                                                                                                25
 Finland                                                                                   24
                    1

                            4
 Iceland                    4
                0

                                                      13
  Latvia                            5                                                                     Participating as Applicant
                                        8                                                                 Participating as Partner
                                                                      17                                  Participating in Total
Lithuania                           5
                                                 12

                                                                 16
 Norway                                                     15
                    1

                                                                                      23
Sweden                                                                           21
                        2

                        2
Färöarna                2
                0

            0                   5           10             15              20               25       30


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Some feedback from the reports 2009
Ole Wolf, Project Manager of the Cultural Department of the Municipality of
   Horsens, Denmark:
We visited Tallinn (Estonia), Jurmala (Latvia) and Vilnius (Lithuania). Our aim
   was to study the fields of creative economy development of new attractions
   and festivals within “experience Economy”.

We have seen numerous interesting projects and seen many skilful solutions to
problems we face ourselves. Even though we might not be able to copy them
   overnight, we now have a bank of ideas for the coming years. Hopefully we
   at the same time established the necessary contacts to increase networking
   with the Baltic Countries in the future.

It was easy to apply the Programme, not the least bureaucratic. Questions
were answered quickly and fulfilling.
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The total amount granted in 2011: 349 493 EUR
Applicants from Latvia in 2011:
•   Valmiera City Council, LV
•   Riga Central Library, LV
•   Riga City Council Welfare Department, LV
•   Kekava Municipality Culture Agency, LV
•   The Latvian National Commission for UNESCO, LV
•   Society Integration Foundation , LV
•   Baltic Assembly, LV
•   State Regional Development Agency, LV
•   Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital, LV
•   Ministry of Economics of Latvia, LV
•   The Ministry of Welfare of the Republic of Latvia, LV
•   State Police of the Ministry of Interior, LV
•   The State Land Service of Latvia, LV
•   Court Administration of Latvia, LV
•   Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Latvia, LV
•   State Inspection for Heritage protection, LV
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                Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme
                    for Public Administration
Management body of the programme:
Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Estonia
Madis Kanarbik, Programme Coordinator
Tel: +372 7 423 625, Mob: +372 50 46 570
E-mail: public.administration@norden.ee
www.norden.ee, www.nb8grants.org

Contact person in Latvia:
NCM Office in Latvia
Daina Mežecka
Tel.: +371 67211506,
Mob: +371 29394399
daina@norden.lv
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  Ziemeļu Ministru padomes NVO atbalsta
  programmas
  www.norden.lv
• Ziemeļvalstu un Baltijas valstu NVO programma -
  videi un ilgtspējīgai attīstībai
     (finansējums vienam projektam – līdz 9000 LVL,
     administrētājs – ZMP birojs Latvijā)
     Pieteikšanās termiņš: 2012.gada 1. marts

• Baltijas jūras reģiona NVO programma
     (finansējums vienam projektam – līdz 46 000 LVL,
     administrētājs – ZMP sekretariāts Kopenhāgenā)
     Pieteikšanās termiņš: 2012.gada 27. aprīlis
NVO atbalsta programmu mērķi

  • sadarbības veicināšana starp Ziemeļvalstu un
    Baltijas valstu [un ZR Krievijas un
    Baltkrievijas] nevalstiskām organizācijām,

  • pilsoniskās sabiedrības stiprināšana un

  • jaunu ilgtspējīgu iniciatīvu atbalstīšana.

  Finansējums tiek piešķirts jaunu iniciatīvu
  īstenošanai, kas turpināsies arī pēc projekta
  noslēguma.
Ziemeļvalstu un Baltijas valstu
NVO programma

  Atbalstīto aktivitāšu jomas (2011):

  • Vides izglītība – 2,
  • Jaunatnes līdzdalība jaunatnes politikas
    veidošanā pašvaldībās – 1,
  • Integrācija darba tirgū – 1,
  • Patērētāju izglītība (saldūdens kvalitāte) – 1,
  • Audžuģimeņu atbalsta grupas -1
  • Atbalsts kampaņai «Nauda seko bērnam» (b/d
    vietu piedāvājums).
Ziemeļvalstu un Baltijas valstu mobilitātes
               programma
    „Uzņēmējdarbība un rūpniecība”

           www.nb8grants.org
Kas un kā var pieteikties?

Indivīdi un grupas, kas pārstāv:

• mazus un vidējus uzņēmumus, t.sk. viena
  cilvēka uzņēmumus.
• biznesa inkubatorus
• valsts institūcijas, kas darbojas biznesa
  pārvaldības jomā
• biznesa organizācijas

Pieteikšanās termiņš: 2012. gada 30. marts
Pieteikšanās elektroniskā pieteikšanās sistēmā.
Atbalstāmās aktivitātes


• sadarbības tīklu un t.s. klāsteru veidošana ar
  semināru, darba grupu un līdzīgu aktivitāšu
  palīdzību
• mācību vizītes
• stažēšanās
• darba prakse

 Programma sedz līdz 70% no mobilitātes
  izmaksām (ceļš, nakšņošana, apdrošināšana,
  dienasnauda)
     Paldies par uzmanību!




Vairāk par grantu programmām -
         www.norden.lv!

								
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