Do you need help to fund your cooperation? Keep reading!
Interreg Central Europe has officially unveiled their first call for proposals with an indicative budget of 72 million EUR from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Organisations are being invited from across central Europe to apply for this funding, which will support transnational cooperation to solve common challenges of these regions and cities. Applications can be submitted until 23 February 2022. If you are new to Interreg and their funding, check this “beginner’s guide” to learn more about who we are and what we offer. It will help you to find out whether our funding fits your organisation’s needs and ideas. For all others, this program representatives have put together a step-by-step guide to writing a good proposal. Enjoy the journey to your future project!
Call framework: The application package and other key documents
The basic framework of our first call is outlined in the Terms of Reference (ToR). More information about rules and requirements to be observed when applying with us can be found in the application package and in the programme manual. Being familiar with these key documents as well as the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE programme document (IP) is essential for developing a good project proposal.
We have introduced our new funding programme and the first call for proposals in a brief online event today on 15 November. We informed potential applicants about the aims of our transnational funding and how they can get started with the application process. You missed out on this event? No worries, the recording will be available on our programme channels as of tomorrow.
Transnational support: From video tutorials to individual consultations
The application process can be quite challenging. We understand that! That is why we offer a range of support measures to guide you through the process of writing project applications. If you want to get familiar with the thematic scope of our call, you can start by watching our tutorials. They will introduce you to the new funding objectives and will soon be followed up by tutorials on work plan development, communications, finances and state aid. Save the date for a first Q&A webinar on 2 December and individual consultations can be booked from 29 November.
National support: From information days to personal contacts
If you need support in further developing your project idea or setting up a partnership, you can also reach out to our national contact points (NCP) in all programme countries. They will offer support regarding the call basics, and provide you with information in national languages on national application issues. Look out for their upcoming information days and get in touch!
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