TAKING

COOPERATION

FORWARD

2021-2027

New funding Available

On 15 November 2021, we will launch a new call for project proposals. This first call of the new programme will support organisations to cooperate on common challenges of central European regions and cities. In the meanwhile, all key information for developing ideas and partnerships is already available.

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Introduction to new funding

2021-2027

How to get funded

Do you want to improve your city or region and need support for realising your idea? Do you want to find out whether we can help you? Or are you already thinking of applying with us but do not know what steps to take? Learn more about our transnational funding and how to apply with us in six simple steps.

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Event

15 november 2021

Save the date: Online Launch event for First calL

Now it's official: Our first call for project proposals will open on 15 November 2021. We invite you to join an online launch event on this day, to hear more about the vision and mission of our new programme as well as the key features of the first call. Save the date, registration will open soon.
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15 october 2021

first call Basics Briefly explained

If you want to get more familiar with our new programme and first call, have a look at our explainers! These videos will introduce you to new funding priorities and actions that future projects should address. In autumn we will then dig a bit deeper into the call in a series of online events for applicants.
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06 October 2021

A CALL FOR A CHANGE: NEW ESPON STUDY OUT NOW

Team of experts identified key development potentials, drivers and bottlenecks for future integration in central Europe. The newly published ESPON CE-FLOWS analysis presents three development scenarios for future cooperation and integration by the year 2030.
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podcast

 01 October 2021

NEW SEASON OF "THIS IS EUROPE" PODCAST OUT NOW

Join your host Shahidha Bari for a new season of "This Is Europe". Across the series you will hear how the Interreg community works with everyone from refugees to reuse pioneers, musicians to doctors, forging stronger bonds across borders, tackling issues such as food sustainability and green mobility.
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