Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020

ERB members actively participating in the Interreg South Baltic Annual Event in Ostróda

Summary from the Interreg South Baltic Programme website: Sharing knowledge and learning from each other at the Annual Event 2019 of the Interreg South Baltic Programme. Over one hundred participants from Poland, Lithuania, Germany, Denmark and Sweden – project partners, beneficiaries, representatives of local and regional authorities, as well as representatives of non-governmental institutions (NGO) – […]

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Interreg South Baltic Workshop Session on The European Week of Regions and Cities 2019!

Dear Partners and Friends, On behalf of the Interreg South Baltic Programme Joint Secretariat Team, we are forwarding an invitation to their Workshop Session on The European Week of Regions and Cities 2019! JS are organizing this workshop together with the Interreg Italy-France (Maritime) Programme, which will give all of us the opportunity to exchange […]

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Save the date for the Interreg South Baltic Annual Event 2019 – Let’s share and learn!

On 24-25 of September the 4th South Baltic Programme Annual Event will take place in Ostróda, a city located in the western part of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship in Poland. This year, the annual meeting will be dedicated to sharing experiences and learning from each other about important issues reaching the final stage of projects’ implementation. […]

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Poland supports continuation of Interreg South Baltic Programme after 2020

At the beginning of July 2018 the Polish Minister of Investment and Economic development, Mr Jerzy Kwieciński, sent an open letter to the European Commission (EC) on the future the South Baltic Programme. The Minister also presented the overview and maritime cooperation benefits of the Programme for the last 11 years. In this brochure are […]

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Batlic Sea Tourism Centre new website

We are very happy to announce that the Baltic Sea Tourism Center (BSTC) has now online presence at www.bstc.eu. The Baltic Sea Tourism Center is a permanent center of expertise for improved communication and cooperation in tourism in the Baltic Sea Region. The website addresses the BSTC network as well as political decision makers, institutions, destination management […]

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South Baltic Programme approves 10 new projects

During the last month meeting of the Monitoring Committee of the Interreg South Baltic Programme taking place on Bornholm, the Committee decided to approve 10 new projects for funding. The following project were approved: Specific Objective 2.1. Increased development of the South Baltic area’s natural and cultural heritage assets into sustainable tourist destinations ArcheoBalt – Laying […]

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Interreg South Baltic launches the 5th call for proposals: open until 20.12.2017

On November 11th, the Interreg South Baltic programme 2014-2020 has launched the 5th call for proposals for the following specific objectives:

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Vacancy: Information and Communication Officer at Interreg South Baltic

The Interreg South Baltic programme is looking for an Information and Communication Officer and the interview will be held late November 2017 in Gdansk or Warsaw.

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Kick off-meeting of INTERCONNECT project in Karlskrona 4-5 October 2017

The kick-off meeting of the INTERCONNECT project took place in Karlskrona (Sweden) on 4-5th October 2017.  Organized by Region Blekinge, the project’s Lead Partner, the event aimed at organizing the work of the partnership while promoting its practical objectives dedicated to the establishment of sustainable cross-border public transport solutions in the South Baltic area.

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IVY – Interreg Volunteer Youth open positions in the Baltic Sea Region

If you’re a young European aged between 18-30 years old wishing to have an opportunity as a volunteer abroad the IVY – Interreg Voluntary Youth could be a unique solution. The initiative, part of the European Solidarity Corps, aims at involving young volunteers to support, promote and report achievements of Interreg programmes and projects. It will […]

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The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the Managing Authority or the Joint Secretariat of the South Baltic Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020. The project UMBRELLA is partly financed from the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020 through the European Regional Development Fund.