Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2021-2027

Get ready for the second call for applications

 

Please stay tuned for the next open call for applications planned for autumn 2022.

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For core projects

Innovative, waters-smart & climate-neutral societies

Core projects 

Core projects are the main tool to deliver the change Interreg Baltic Sea Region aims at. All core projects are requested to prepare, pilot and transfer practical and durable solutions to the challenges they choose to tackle. These challenges must correspond to one of the Programme objectives within the priorities of Innovative societies, Water-smart societies or Climate-neutral societies.

The main results of the core project are increased capacities of the target groups to deal with the defined challenges. The target groups are organisations that have the competencies to influence the challenge and are interested in the solutions. Hence, reaching out to the target groups and involving them in the preparation of the solution, piloting and transfer are crucial for the success of the core projects.

This call for applications is closed. The admissibility check and assessment are ongoing.

Timeline

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8 February 2022

Official launch of the call

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15 March 2022

Deadline for submitting Project Idea Forms (PIFs)

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12 April 2022

Deadline for consultations

Deadline for requesting access to BAMOS+

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26 April 2022

Deadline for submitting applications

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Autumn 2022

Selection of applications by the Monitoring Committee

For small projects

Innovative, waters-smart & climate-neutral societies

Small projects

Small projects aim at facilitating easier access to the Programme, in particular for those partners that have not previously participated in the Programme. Applying for a small project and implementing a small project is much simpler when compared to the core projects. For example, the budget of a small project is smaller than a regular project. The work plan consists of one work package and it may be implemented by small partnerships.

In small projects, partners are encouraged to develop practical and durable outputs and solutions for challenges in the region. These challenges need to correspond to one of the Programme objectives. Small projects should increase capacity of the target groups to deal with the identified challenges during and after the end of the project implementation.The development of solutions is not obligatory in small projects. However, activities need to go beyond pure networking and knowledge exchange.

This call for applications is closed. The Monitoring Committee selected 17 small projects for funding during the meeting on 14-15 June 2022. More information you will find here. 

For EUSBSR PACs

Cooperation governance

Assistance to the policy area coordinators of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The Programme provides funding to the policy area coordinators (PACs) to coordinate the policy areas and facilitate the implementation of actions defined in the EUSBSR action plan.

This call for applications is closed. On 14-15 June 2022, the Monitoring Committee approved applications by the policy area coordinators.

For EUSBSR Strategy point

Cooperation governance

Assistance to a Strategy point of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The Programme provides funding to the Strategy point for its administrative and technical support for the EUSBSR management, communication, coordination and capacity building as well as for stimulating exchange and sharing knowledge among the policy areas, including cooperation with the partner countries.

As lead partner, you will receive the registration number of your PIF via e-mail. You will need this number in order to apply for the electronic data exchange system BAMOS+. It is the system you will use to develop and submit your full application. For more information, go here

This call for applications is closed. On 14-15 June 2022, the Monitoring Committee approved the application with Centrum Balticum Foundation, Finland, as the lead partner. This application was developed in cooperation with the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany.

For Strategy Forums

Cooperation governance

Organisation of the Strategy Forums of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The Programme provides funding to applicants to prepare and organise the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region Forum, usually once a year, from 2023 till 2028. For each Strategy Forum, a separate application must be submitted. More information you will find here.