Scroll down through the aggregate data and charts presenting the current state of the programme implementation.
Discover the thematic richness of our approved projects.
Each organisation involved in an Interreg Europe project aims at improving a policy instrument in their region. In total, the projects target 415 policy instruments, many of which deal with several topics.
Check our infographic illustrating the work of our projects on the policy instruments.
You can also download the table and learn about the almost 100 policy changes achieved by our projects up until March 2019 or find out more about individual policy instruments on the website of each project.
Hover your mouse over each country to find out how many partners or applicants come from it. Visit 'in my country' pages to find more information specific to your region.
Funding for Interreg Europe projects is allocated through calls for project proposals. So far we have held four calls, the first in 2015, the second in 2016, the third in 2017 and the fourth one in 2018. The charts below illustrate the number of applications we received in the four calls.
Each project involves partners from at least three different countries, two of which must be EU member states. Our goal is to involve institutions from as many eligible European regions in our partner states as possible. We follow the NUTS2 level classification of regions to measure this.
Interreg Europe is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Close to 90% of the budget is for funding the interregional cooperation projects. All funds for the projects have been allocated in the four calls for project proposals.