Did you know that there is one place where you can find a comprehensive overview and information on the projects and partners of Interreg, Interreg IPA cross-border and ENPI/ENI cross-border cooperation programmes? The KEEP portal provides you all this data in one neat package.
All Interreg Europe projects are now included in KEEP as well. You can browse the data covering all of our 184 projects (and 1495 partners). Dive in and have a look.
KEEP has been set up by the Interact programme, with the support of the European Commission and the Interreg, Interreg IPA cross-border and ENPI/ENI cross-border programmes.
You can find aggregated data regarding projects and beneficiaries of European Union cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation programmes among the Member States, and between Member States and neighbouring countries. The database covers the 2000-2006, 2007-2013 and 2014-2020 periods.
There are many ways to use KEEP. You can search projects and project partners by country, theme, programme, or keywords, among others. Results are available for download as spreadsheets, maps or charts. Whether you are looking for a quick overview of territorial cooperation, information about projects or project partners, or data for reporting, statistics, or research, KEEP is your go-to source.
Have fun exploring!
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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!