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Call: Interreg Central Europe

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Interreg Central Europe
Type of Fund Structural Funds
Description of programme
"Interreg Central Europe"

The Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme’s overall objective is to cooperate beyond borders in central Europe to make our cities and regions better places to live and work. Put more precisely, transnational cooperation should become the catalyst for implementing smart solutions answering to regional challenges in the fields of innovation, low-carbon economy, environment, culture and transport. The programme will build regional capacities following an integrated bottom-up approach involving and coordinating relevant actors from all governance levels. In doing so, it will coordinate with other efforts in the regions including, amongst other, national and regional programmes supported by structural and investment funds, macro-regional strategies, the Horizon 2020 programme or the European Investment Bank.

The Programme will focus on four main priorities:

  • Cooperating on innovation to make Central Europe more competitive
  • Cooperating on low-carbon strategies in Central Europe
  • Cooperating on natural and cultural resources for sustainable growth in Central Europe
  • Cooperating on transport to better connect Central Europe
Link http://www.interreg-central.eu/
Call
Interreg Central Europe
Description of call
"Interreg Central Europe "
The Interreg Central Europe Programme builds on four priorities of particular relevance to central Europe. These are further broken down to 10 specific objectives that respond to the programme area’s challenges:
  • Priority 1: Cooperating on innovation to make CENTRAL EUROPE more competitive
  • Priority 2: Cooperating on low-carbon strategies in CENTRAL EUROPE
  • Priority 3: Cooperating on natural and cultural resources for sustainable growth in CENTRAL EUROPE
  • Priority 4: Cooperating on transport to better connect CENTRAL EUROPE
Link http://www.interreg-central.eu/Content.Node/apply/home.html
Thematic Focus History, Infrastructure, Innovation, Capacity Building, SME, Sustainability, Transport, Environment & biodiversity, Traffic, Natural ressources, Competitiveness, Art and Culture, Tourism, Regional development
Funding area Austria / Österreich
Croatia / Hrvatska Hrvatska
Czech Republic / Česká Republika Česká Republika
Germany / Deutschland Baden-Württemberg
Germany / Deutschland Bayern
Germany / Deutschland Berlin
Germany / Deutschland Brandenburg
Germany / Deutschland Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Germany / Deutschland Sachsen
Germany / Deutschland Sachsen-Anhalt
Germany / Deutschland Thüringen
Hungary / Magyarország Dunántúl
Hungary / Magyarország Közép-Magyarország
Hungary / Magyarország Alföld És Észak
Italy / Italia Nord-Ovest
Italy / Italia Nord-Est
Poland / Polska Region Północno-Zachodni
Poland / Polska Region Centralny
Poland / Polska Region Południowy
Poland / Polska Region Południowo-Zachodni
Poland / Polska Region Północny
Slovakia / Slovensko
Slovenia / Slovenija
Select Origin of Applicant Austria / Österreich
Croatia / Hrvatska Hrvatska
Czech Republic / Česká Republika Česká Republika
Germany / Deutschland Baden-Württemberg
Germany / Deutschland Bayern
Germany / Deutschland Berlin
Germany / Deutschland Brandenburg
Germany / Deutschland Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Germany / Deutschland Sachsen
Germany / Deutschland Sachsen-Anhalt
Germany / Deutschland Thüringen
Hungary / Magyarország Dunántúl
Hungary / Magyarország Közép-Magyarország
Hungary / Magyarország Alföld És Észak
Italy / Italia Nord-Ovest
Italy / Italia Nord-Est
Poland / Polska Region Północno-Zachodni
Poland / Polska Region Centralny
Poland / Polska Region Południowy
Poland / Polska Region Południowo-Zachodni
Poland / Polska Region Północny
Slovakia / Slovensko
Slovenia / Slovenija
Eligible applicants Education and Training Centres, Federal State / Region / City / Municipality / Local Authority, Research Institution, Lobby Group / Professional Association / Trade Union, International Organization, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, SMEs (between 10 and 249 employees), Microenterprises (fewer than 10 employees), NGO / NPO, National Government, Start Up Company, University, Association, Public Services, Other
Applicant details In the framework of the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme, eligible applicants are:
  • National, regional and local public bodies;
  • Private institutions, including private companies, having legal personality;
  • International organisations acting under the national law of any CENTRAL EUROPE Member State or, with restrictions, under international law.
Project Partner Yes
Project Partner Details Projects must involve in the partnership:
  • at least three financing partners,
  • from at least three countries and
  • being at least two of the partners located in CENTRAL EUROPE regions.
Applicants located outside the programme area but within the EU can also apply for funding as project partners.

The size of the partnership should reflect the scope of the project and remain manageable. Therefore, the recommended maximum size of a partnership should not exceed 12 partners.
Recurring Call No
Project duration max 36 months
Further info

The recommended project duration is from 24 to a maximum of 36 months, taking into account that the latest possible end date for a project is 31 December 2021.
The project shall start its implementation within two months from the
date of signature of the subsidy contract.

Type of Funding Grant
Financial details The budget allocated to the third call for proposals is of around 60 million € of the ERDF.
It is recommended that projects should have a total budget in the range of 1 to 5 million €. In exceptional cases, smaller or larger projects can be supported.
The following co-financing rates shall apply:
  • Up to 85 %for applicants of Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia;
  • Up to 80 % for applicants of Austria, Germany, Italy;
  • Up to 80 % for applicants located in EU regions outside the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme area.
Submission Fully developed project proposals have to be submitted via our web-based tool, the electronic Monitoring System (eMS).
Contact Details

CENTRAL EUROPE Programme

Managing Authority

Ms Christiane BREZNIK

Phone: +43 1 4000 27060
Email: christiane.breznik@wien.gv.at

 

CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
Joint Secretariat
Kirchberggasse 33-35/11
A-1070 Vienna 
Tel:  +43 (0) 1 8908 088 - 2403
Email: info@interreg-central.eu


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