IVY stands for “Interreg Volunteer Youth” and it is a pilot action to offer the possibility to young Europeans aged 18-30 to serve as volunteers in cross-border, transnational or interregional programmes and related projects. Being solidarity and volunteering at the heart of the IVY, this initiative is part of the European Solidarity Corps. » Read more
The South Baltic Annual Conference 2016 will take place in Rostock, Germany on 15th and 16th November 2016. This year’s edition revolves around two key words: results and partnerships. The conference offers a unique opportunity for team building, new partnerships and project idea pitching. » Read more
The Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is now looking for the Head of Joint Secretariat located in Gdańsk, Poland. Further information on the position and the requirements for candidates can be found here.
The deadline for the submission of applications is 17 October 2016, 24:00 CET.
This year’s European Cooperation Day invites all stakeholders to participate in any of the events showcasing project results or highlighting the importance of territorial cooperation. Main events of ECD will be held on 21st September 2016 and during the week bringing together communities in a celebration of the achievements of territorial cooperation within the EU. » Read more
Taking advantage of the summer holiday season, you can now participate in the Europe in My Region photo competition with a chance to win a photography workshop in Brussels and a two night trip to Brussels for two people, including travel and accommodation, between 10 – 13 October 2016. To enter the competition, all you need to do is take a photo of a project receiving EU funding they know or have seen, with the EU funding information and the EU flag somewhere in the picture. » Read more
Report on participation of Associated Organisations from Kaliningrad Region in 2007-2013 South Baltic Programme
The 2007-2013 South Baltic Cross-border Cooperation Programme (SBP) was one of the most important cooperation tools for Euroregion Baltic as it included most of the territories of ERB located in Lithuania, Denmark, Poland and Sweden. Being one of the European Territorial Cooperation programmes however, it did not include areas located outside EU thereby preventing partners from the Kaliningrad Region from participating in SBP projects on equal basis and with direct financial support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Nevertheless, organisations located in Kaliningrad could still take part in the SBP projects as Associated Partners thereby participating in project activities and develop cross-border cooperation links with relevant partners from other regions of the South Baltic area. » Read more