We are happy to share with you that the Interreg Europe has launched its 4th call for proposals. A webinar took place on the 13 April and various national info days will be conducted. For those of you who are interested but cannot attend the info days, here are some useful information and tips.
What is it about?
The 4th call for proposals concerns the 4 issues tackled by the programme, namely:
- Research and innovation
- SME competitiveness
- Low-carbon economy
- Environment and resource efficiency
This is the 4th call, which means that already a lot of projects have been approved and are implemented or are to be implemented. In order to maximise your chances to have your project selected, look at what has been done and distinguish yourself.
Plus, some areas have not been well covered so far and could be interesting to take into consideration : water quality, waste management and renewable energy. From the networking session following the webinar, there is an interest for these topics, as well as for heritage, both cultural and industrial. Here you can look for ideas and partners.
The call opens on the 7 May 2018 and the deadline to submit project proposal is 22 June 2018, noon.
The application pack has been published as well as instructions on the procedures, please refer to them in order to well prepare and submit your project proposal.
The project implementation has to take place in two distinct phases. The first phase must focus on the interregional learning process, through exchange of experience, communication and dissemination and management and coordination. The second phase must monitor the action plan implementation, that is to say checking the extent to which the measures described in the action plans are implemented or gathering evidence of success for example.
More useful information for those who are ready to apply
In March 2023 all projects have to be closed. As a result, phase 2 will last only one year.
A proper geographic coverage is necessary. Regions have been divided in 4 zones. Each partnership needs to consist of partners from at leat 3 zones. Moreover, regions who have not taken part in projects so far are more than welcomed. A list of these regions is available on the Interreg Europe website.
For further information, please check the call for proposals.
If you are interested by the call and want to get engaged in projects, do not hesitate to contact the AER Secretariat.
Phone: +32 2 400 10 52
Skype ID: agnesepanta
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