The first call is closed and we are busy assessing the submitted project proposals. We aim to finalise the assessment by December 2015.
For now, you can have a look at what the first call brought. Here are some key figures about the first call for proposals.
|The number of weeks the first Interreg Europe call for proposals lasted. It opened on 22 June and closed on 31 July 2015.|
|The number of project proposals the programme received via the online application system with the supporting documents sent by mail.|
|The number of organisations applying for cooperation. They come from all Interreg Europe partner states.|
|The average ERDF co-financing the partners ask for for their cooperation.|
|The total ERDF budget the project proposals apply for. Partners from Norway apply for another 1,455,764 EUR of their national funds.|
We received proposals from all four topics. You can see below the number of project proposals submitted and the share of each topic in the total.
Institutions from all Interreg Europe partner states took part in the first call. Have a look how active your country was.
For the first time, Interreg Europe opened the cooperation possibility also to private non-profit bodies. Many decided to join in the cooperation with the public sector in improving their regional development policies.
In the coming weeks we will inform you about the first step of the assessment, about the results of the eligibility check. Follow our website and social media for the updates.
The UK Government will guarantee funding to UK beneficiaries in ETC projects approved before the end of 2020.
EU-funded projects engaged in a interregional cooperation event this summer addressing common challenges and goals to the energy transition in Europe.
The six finalists of an Interreg project slam during #EURegionsWeek have been selected. Interreg Europe project RaiSE is one of them.
RaiSE steering committee meeting & study visits in Scotland.
Interreg Europe organises a briefing in the Committee of the Regions on 13 September to introduce the good practice database for regions and cities.
The Committee of the Regions is calling for stakeholders' feedback on the future of European Territorial Cooperation. Have your say and contribute!