20 April 2023 The best ideas selected! Written by Viktoria Nilsson The Monitoring Committee selected 13 best ideas for funding and paved the way for new partnerships towards a green and more resilient Baltic Sea region. 3rd Monitoring Committee meeting On 19-20 April...
Interreg Baltic Sea Region
Across the Baltic Sea region there is a pressing need to adopt more circular approaches to respond to local and global environmental challenges caused by unsustainable practices in farming and fisheries, in combination with climate change. Cathy Brown Stummann from Skive Kommune tells us what they expect to accomplish thanks to EU funding and the Interreg Baltic Sea Region support.
This year, the first core projects were launched in Interreg Baltic Sea Region. They bring core changes to our region and help implement important actions of the EU’s first macro-regional strategy.
The resilience of societies and institutions in the Baltic Sea region was significantly tested during the COVID pandemic and will face even a greater challenge at the time and after the war in Ukraine. Patrick Rang from Estonian War Museum General Laidoner Museum tells us what they expect to accomplish thanks to EU funding and the Interreg Baltic Sea Region support.
Projects and their results are the capital of Interreg Baltic Sea Region. Project platforms increased this capital. They helped connect project results to results of projects from other funding programmes. More policy-makers and practitioners use results of EU funding programmes in their work.
The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme has closed the second call for core project applications with 88 proposals for innovative, water-smart and climate neutral solutions to solve the challenges in the Baltic Sea region!
In the coming three years, the project BASCIL will support small food producers in testing new business models to diversify their business.
The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme has been shaping the region for the past 25 years. On 28 February 2023, the Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat team and the guests celebrated the 25th anniversary of opening the Rostock office.
The coordinators of the EUSBSR policy area Innovation and the Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat of the Programme briefed together developers of innovation-related projects aiming at the second call for core projects.
Get EU funding, gain more: but what exactly? Listen to members of our Monitoring Committee who explain the benefits behind #MadeWithInterreg funding.