4th Call Interreg Central Europe
The new call, Capitalisation through coordination, is an experiment to coordinate capitalisation across funds. Cooperation beyond Interreg community is central for taking forward the outputs and results of our currently funded Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects.
The Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE (CE) Programme invites public and private organisations in central European regions to submit
applications to the fourth call for proposals. Detailed conditions and the timeline for the call can be found in the “Application manual – Fourth Call” included in the “Application package – Fourth Call”. The application package constitutes an integral part of this call announcement and is available at www.interreg-central.eu/apply.
The fourth call for proposals is devoted to the exploitation of outputs and results being delivered by projects funded by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme within the first two calls.
Projects funded in the fourth call shall exploit transnational outputs and results by applying two different approaches:
- Upstreaming: Existing outputs and results are taken up and tailored in a way that they can be integrated into relevant territorial or thematic policies and strategies. This should happen at the most appropriate level, i.e. European, national, regional or local.
- Downstreaming: Existing outputs and results are tailored in a way that they can be further rolled-out at the national, regional or local level. Such roll-out could happen geographically to utilise adapted outputs and results in other regions; or thematically to utilise these in other sectors than initially addressed. The main aim of downstreaming is to give regions in central Europe easier access to transnational outputs and results.
Both approaches are complementary and a combination of the two in one proposal is possible.
Within the fourth call, applications can be submitted only under the Specific Objectives listed at this page
- Posted on: 23.09.2019
- Created by: Desiree Pecarz
The called closed on 5th july and aimed to take forward already existing project results in transnational partnerships that go beyond the Interreg community...read more