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Third call coming up

The summer season has come to an end, and the Managing Authority/ Joint Secretariat has already rigged up the third call for applications in innovation, natural resource management and sustainable transport. The final decision to launch the call is to be taken at the next Monitoring Committee meeting on 27-28 September in Turku. 

Our applicants should pay attention to the switch from a two-step to a one-step application and its implications for their project development planning. The new project library is also worth paying attention to as it shows what the ongoing projects are doing and may help to fine tune the application. The team is ready to support people with good ideas, be it at the upcoming information event or in a personal consultation. This call for applications is the first one in many years that the Programme runs without the contribution of Harry Ekestam who retired this summer. Being one of the longest active and most liked Monitoring Committee members, he shared with us some memories and thoughts about Interreg.   

Our projects are well on their way. Read about progress of EnviSum and the Baltic Fracture Competence Center (BFCC). The ScienceLink project (2012-2014) was selected as a finalist of DG REGIO’s RegioStars Awards, which honours Europe's most inspiring regional projects supported by EU Cohesion Policy Funds. The RegioStars Awards winners will be announced at the European Week of Regions and Cities from 9-12 October in Brussels. You can bring in your opinion and select your favourite project in the public choice award at www.regiostars.eu.

We are looking forward to an exciting autumn season with you, our colleagues, partners and supporters.

Eeva Rantama, Team Leader Project Unit, Interreg Baltic Sea Region MA/JS

Funding available for Russian participation in joint projects

The Russian Federation has made some EUR 4 million available to finance the participation of Russian organisations in the current second call for applications of Interreg Baltic Sea Region. The Russian Minister of Economic Development, Mr Alexey Ulyukaev, signed a respective declaration that will be co-signed by Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein as Managing Authority of the Programme.

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Apply now: third call for applications is open!

Interreg Baltic Sea Region opens the third call for project applications in three thematic fields: capacity for innovation, management of natural resources and sustainable transport. In this way, the Programme intends to financially support transnational projects contributing to the development of a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea region.

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Information seminar in Riga: prepare yourself for third call for applications

Interreg Baltic Sea Region invites potential applicants to attend an information seminar on 18-19 October 2017 in Riga, Latvia, dedicated to the upcoming third call for project applications.

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Open call for project platforms: stronger impact of Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects

Interreg Baltic Sea Region opens a call for applications for project platforms, which enable projects to team up and in this way increase the impact of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region’s projects and other EU-funded projects in the area.

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Monitoring Committee met in Turku

On 5 October, Interreg Baltic Sea Region launches the third call for proposals in innovation, natural resources and sustainable transport as well as a call for a new instrument, the project platforms. These are the main decisions of the Monitoring Committee of Interreg Baltic Sea Region which met from 27-28 September in Turku, Finland.

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More seed money funding in 2020

The next call for seed money in Interreg Baltic Sea Region in autumn/winter 2019.

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Explore Interreg Baltic Sea Region - the project library

What is happening with the funds of Interreg Baltic Sea Region? A new project library is now available to give you a picture of the projects being funded. Applicants, decision makers and anyone else interested in the Programme can search for projects in their regions and fields of interest. The library is more than facts and figures: videos, social media streams and stories about work in the projects provide vivid impressions of what is going on in the projects.

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