We are an EU cohesion policy programme that encourages cooperation beyond borders. With a budget of 246m EUR we support public and private organisations to work together across central Europe. Jointly they improve cities and regions in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
The European Commission has provided information on research projects that are or were funded in topics that are open in the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE capitalisation and coordination call. The list is non-exhaustive and represents no pre-selection or prioritisation.
Our current call opened on 4 March and will close on 5 July 2019. This call for transnational project proposals aims to capitalise on outputs and results of already funded projects.
Moreover, it encourages closer coordination with partners from other directly-managed EU funding instruments such as Horizon 2020 or LIFE.
12-13 June 2019
2019 Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region is hosted by Pomorskie Region. Around 800 participants representing public and private institutions, academia, NGOs will gather to discuss topics very much related to the future of the Baltic Sea Region, as: demographic change, circular and sharing economy.
The Forum will explore the link between the EU Baltic Sea Strategy and growing challenges such as depopulation, ageing, migrations, new production and consumption models, but also new social, cultural, mobility and labour market patterns, which influence our everyday behaviours and attitudes.Read more
17-21 June 2019
Shape Europe´s energy future and join the European Sustainable Energy Week #EUSEW2019!
#cooperationiscentral to increase the use of renewable energies and improving energy efficiency in central Europe. Our #Interreg projects contribute to enhancing the knowledge and skills taking energy-efficient management forward. They develop and implement low-carbon strategies and actions targeted at challenges central Europe is facing in energy production and consumption.
Our low carbon cooperation actions will be showcased in the EUSEW Policy Conference in Brussels, taking place between 18-20 June 2019. Visit us and our projects at the #MadeWithInterreg stand there. Together, we can spread awareness of how to use energy more sustainably in the future!
In addition, our programme and projects will actively contribute to joint sessions on 19 June, 14.00 - 15.30:
Visit EUSEW website for more information.
19 June 2019
The project implementation training is targeted at project management teams: lead partners, project and finance managers of the approved third call Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects.
It will provide them with technical support and advice on how to better implement their projects just starting in spring 2019. They will learn more about how to prepare the audit trails, progress reports and receive other useful tips for running their transnational cooperation projects.Agenda
7-10 October 2019
The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is an annual Brussels-based event in which officials from regional and urban administrations, as well as experts and academics, exchange good practices and know-how in the field of regional and urban development.
#cooperationiscentral for European regions and cities
We believe that #cooperationiscentral to make regions and cities more attractive and we will be part of the #EURegionsWeek! Our Idea Lab workshops will be discussing cooperation achievements and challenging the debate on the future Interreg cooperation in our programme area as well as on the broader European scale.
This year, the European regions, cities and their stakeholders are asking themselves about what kind of cooperation and in which areas is needed. We, at CENTRAL EUROPE have asked experts to analyse territorial challenges, needs and potentials of transnational cooperation in this functional area. In our Idea lab session, practitioners and policy makers will share their views and ideas on future orientation of the programme.
Stay tuned for the agenda and more details at the EURegionsWeek website.