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Programme name

Justice

Programme objective

Strengthened rule of law

Programme Area

  • Correctional services and pre-trial detention
  • Domestic and gender-based violence

Programme budget

EUR 68.5 million, including:

  • EUR 58.2 million from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism
  • EUR 10.3 million – national contribution

Programme Operator

Ministry of Justice

Donor Programme Partners*

* The only Donor State of the Norway Grants – financing the Programme – is Norway

Eligible Beneficiaries

Polish local government units

Project funding

Grant amount

from EUR 5,000 to 400,000

Project funding level

up to 100%

Partnership at the project level with institutions from Norway

optional

Method of selecting projects

I.  Calls for proposals

Subjects of the calls

1.  Pilot implementation of integrated violence prevention programmes

The call aims at establishing family centres. The activities to be supported under the call are linked to the pre-defined project no 2 “The Integrated System of Domestic Violence Prevention”.

2.  Preventing violence against the elderly and people with disabilities – pilot implementation

The call aims at testing of the model for support in 24 municipalities. The activities to be supported under the call are linked to the pre-defined project no 3 “Preventing violence against the elderly and people with disabilities” .

Schedule of calls for proposals under the Programme

To be confirmed

II.  Pre-defined projects

In the frame of the Programme three pre-defined projects will be financed:

Pre-defined project no 1:

Project title:  The Pilot rehabilitation complexes for inmates

Project description:  The objective of the project is to improve the correctional services in Poland. The project focuses on establishing five pilot correctional complexes, each consisting of a pilot prison, production hall and a half-way house for the rehabilitation of inmates. The objective will be achieved through training of staff, work experience and implementation of reintegration programmes and inter-institutional cooperation.

Project promoter:  Central Board of Prison Service

Donor project partners:  Norwegian Directorate for Correctional Service, University College of the Norwegian Correctional Service

Other project partners:  Higher School of Criminology and Penitentiary in Warsaw (WSKiP)

Grant amount:  EUR 56.5 million

Pre-defined project no 2

Project title:  The Integrated System of Domestic Violence Prevention

Project description:  The objective of the project is to improve the system for prevention of domestic and gender-based violence, including the adoption and implementation of a nationwide effective, comprehensive and a coordinated policy encompassing all relevant measures to prevent and combat all forms of violence.

Project promoter:  Institute of Justice

Donor project partner:  University of Stavanger

Grant amount:  EUR 2 million

Pre-defined project no 3

Project title:  Preventing violence against the elderly and people with disabilities

Project description:  The objective of the project is to improve the domestic violence prevention system for the elderly and disabled in Poland. The project focuses on prioritizing victims’ rights and needs.

Project promoter:  Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Policy

Grant amount:  EUR 1.5 million

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