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INTERREG IVC brought inspiration to Czech regions
The third in a row 'Inspiration for future' workshop organised by INTERREG IVC for representatives of public authorities and bodies governed by public law took place on 11 April 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The participants discussed the benefits for their regions and interregional cooperation in the new funding period 2014-2020.
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INTERREG IVC good practices discussed and displayed in Bulgaria
On 28 March 2013, INTERREG IVC brought an exhibition of good practices and a national dissemination workshop on 'Inspiration for future' to Sofia, Bulgaria, for Bulgarian representatives of public bodies to share their experience with INTERREG IVC projects and give the programme some feedback on their future expectations on interregional cooperation. It was the second in a row of national workshops on presence and future of interregional cooperation.
Fourth call for projects open!
INTERREG IVC's last open call for projects runs from 1st December 2010 to 1st April 2011.
This page gathers all the information potential partners require to prepare and submit their application.
Open to all regional and local authorities and public bodies involved in policy making and implementing, this call for projects covers all ten of the programme's sub-themes (thematic sub-objectives under a given programme priority) .
There are already 122 projects financed by the programme - search them here. New projects will have to clearly demonstrate their differences either in terms of topic or partnership.
The Application Pack above is made up of:
- the terms of reference (a document providing main guidelines related to a specific call for proposals) ,
- the programme manual (Part of the Application Pack. Intended to assist applicants in drafting applications, as well as in implementing and finalising the approved operations) ,
- the application form,
- the application form technical requirements,
- the co-financing statement (written confirmation of each partners financial contribution to the operation) template.
Assistance to applicants
Assistance is given to the project developers via our network of four Information Points. One individual consultation can be given per project application, in addition to a series of Information Days organised in Member States. Specific Lead Applicant workshops will be organised in each Information Point area for lead applicants preparing to submit an application. Feedback can be given at any time upon the submission of a 'Project Assistance' form to the relevant IP.
All details of assistance to applicants can be found on the Assistance page.
Overview of events during 4th call
Information seminars are open to all interested bodies interested in, and eligible for, the INTERREG IVC programme. The seminar usually covers the main features of the programme, along with providing information specific to the particular national context.
8 December - Karlsruhe (DE): German regional information seminar
9 December -Regensburg (DE): German regional information seminar
10 December - Erfurt (DE): German regional information seminar
17 December - Nicosia (CY): Cyprus national information seminar
13 January - Helsinki (FI): Finland national information seminar
13 January - Brno (CZ): Czech national information seminar
13 January - Ljubljana (SI): Slovenian national information seminar
14 January - Stafford (UK): UK regional information seminar
17 January - Oslo (NO): Norwegian national information seminar
19 January - Enschede (NL): Dutch national information seminar
20 January - Vilnius (LT): Lithuania national information seminar
20 January - Warsaw (PL): Polish national information seminar
21 January - Riga (LV): Latvian national information seminar
24 January - Valencia (ES): Spanish national information seminar
24 January - Brussels (BE): Belgian national information seminar
25 January - Bucarest (RO): Romanian national information seminar
26 January - Luxemburg (LU): Luxembourgish national information seminar
27 January - Sofia (BG): Bulgarian national information seminar
9-10 February - Stockholm (SE): INTERREG IVC workshop at the Swedish III INTERREG Forum
Lead Applicant seminars are restricted to those persons taking on the role of lead applicant/partner in a proposed project currently under development. They focus on practical exercises around the completion of the application form. They are organised in each Information Point (a body constituted in order to provide information as well as to promote the programme in a defined area) area. The location of the Lead applicant will determine to choice of venue. Where more than one seminar is organised in one IP area, the Lead applicant has the choice of either. Registration information will be available in the events calendar in due course.
Interregional Cooperation Forum
The Interregional Cooperation (Part of the C strand of the ETC (as well as of the former Interreg III Community Initiative), its aim is to promote exchange and transfer of knowledge and best ...) Forum, now in it's 4th edition, is a Europe-wide event, expected to attract up to 1000 participants. This event will offer participants an opportunity to get all the information about the last open call for projects; attend workshops addressing specific issues that projects can face – and overcome; network and search for partners interested in the same issues; and discover the advances made by our projects in the fields of Innovation and Environment.
3-4 February - Budapest (HU)