Deadline: 22 April 2020
The objective of the Programme is strengthened tripartite cooperation between employer organisations, trade unions and public authorities and the promotion of decent work. It will support social dialogue, contribute to ensure that Beneficiary States are better equipped to deal with the challenges following high unemployment and to establish decent work practices, and improve the enforcement of legislation and policies on decent work and social dialogue.
The total amount available for financing of projects from this call is EUR 287,000.
Areas of Support
- Social dialogue and tripartite dialogue structures and practices
- Focus on the benefits of decent work
- Access to employment and participation in the labour market
- Gender equality and non-discrimination in the workplace
- Work-life balance
- Employee adaptability and life-long learning
- Youth employment
- Public sector social dialogue
- Tripartite dialogue on employment contracts, working hours, pensions and benefits
- Work-related crime
- Improved social dialogue and cooperation
- Enhanced implementation of the decent work agenda (fair and decent working conditions)
- The following entities, constituted as legal entities in Croatia or in Norway, are considered eligible project applicants and partners:
- social partners (employers’ organisations and trade unions);
- public authorities and institutions that have statutory roles related to decent work or tripartite cooperation, and;
- organisations of public authorities that have within their mandate the promotion of decent work and/or tripartite dialogue.
- Norwegian entities are only eligible as applicants in partnership with at least one legal entity established in Croatia. The role of any Norwegian applicant, project promotor and project partner is to contribute to ensuring social dialogue and decent work in Croatia.
- The applicant responsible for submitting the application on behalf of the project is called the project promoter and will be the main contact person for the fund operator.
- Eligible project partners are the same as eligible applicants, with the addition of:
- business associations and organisations representing member companies on issues relevant for the decent work agenda;
- companies which are involved in the implementation of the decent work agenda and/or social dialogue through their membership in sectoral or cross-sectoral employers’ organisations;
- non-governmental organisations (NGOs), defined as a non-profit voluntary organisation established as a legal entity, having a non-commercial purpose, independent of local, regional and central government, public entities, political parties and commercial organisations, which are involved in the implementation of the decent work agenda. Religious institutions and political parties are not considered NGOs; and
- education and research institutions that can provide training on social dialogue and/or decent work issues,
- Constituted as legal entities in Croatia or in Norway.
For more information, visit https://www.innovasjonnorge.no/en/start-page/eea-norway-grants/Programmes/social-dialogue—decent-work/2014-2021/