These support criminology projects with Nordic relevance. It is also possible to apply for financial support for working group meetings with Nordic perspectives.

Projects can be individual or joint Nordic. Joint projects must comprise four different Nordic countries, including Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and involve researchers from at least three of these. A project is considered to have Nordic relevance when it involves researchers from two or more countries. Furthermore, when a project studies a problem or topic common to two or more Nordic countries, and data from two or more of them is used, it is considered to have Nordic relevance. A project involving only one Nordic country can also be considered to have Nordic relevance if the topic is unexplored in a majority of the Nordic countries or if the knowledge about the topic is limited in one country while it is extensive in the other countries.

Individual project grants are worth up to €30,000 and joint Nordic project grants are worth up to €200,000.

More information on the NSfK website