Due to summer holidays, the Joint Secretariat/Managing Authority has only limited services between 4-31 July. We wish you all a happy summer and see you in August! ... Read more
The Finnish partners in projects accepted to the 2nd step application phase can apply for the Finnish national co-financing from the Regional Council of Southwest Finland until 18 August.

More information (in Finnish): http://www.varsinais-suomi.fi/fi/ajankohtaista/uutiset/1445-central-baltic-ohjelman-kansallisen-vastinrahoituksen-haku-kaynnissa ... Read more
We now have 76 projects -- all in various stages. One thing is clear, though: our projects are greating concrete results for the Central Baltic region.

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Funding decisions

Friday, 9 June, 2017
The Central Baltic programme received 92 applications for the third call; 26 for small projects and 66 for regular projects.

The applications have been assessed by the programme Steering Committee during 8-9 June. The Steering Committee consists of Member State representatives.

The following 9 small projects have been approved for funding:
  • CB680    ARC
  • CB670    CoMe Strong
  • CB739    DSB
  • CB605    Gardens
  • CB694    MUCH MORE
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Call decisions available soon

Wednesday, 7 June, 2017
The Central Baltic programme Steering Committee gathers in Jūrmala, Latvia on 8-9 June to make decisions regarding applications submitted for the third call. The Steering Committee will approve small projects for funding and also select regular projects that will continue into the second step of the application process. We will publish funding decisions on centralbaltic.eu as soon as they are known. ... Read more
The second Central Baltic programme project to finsish was EDU-SME's. In this interview, the project manager Eija Källström, talks about her first impresssion after the project ended. Based on her experience, also shares some insights on project implementation. 

First impression after the project ended. How does it feel?
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The Central Baltic programme's Monitoring Committee met last week on 24-25 May. Among the topics were the current state of the programme, the Annual Implementation Report and steps after the third call.

It was concluded that the programme is running smoothly and according to plan. This was reflected in the update given by the JS staff members as well as the Annual Implementation Report. The Monitoring Committee was well informed, involved and interested in programme developments.

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CB is now Central Baltic

Tuesday, 25 April, 2017
The Facebook group CB communication network for projects was opened for anyone to read and for our projects to post to in November 2016. During 2016 and spring 2017, we have had great posts about media visibility, events and other related information.

Lately, we received feedback that the group is hard to find on Faceboook. Thus, to improve findability, the group is now named Central Baltic communication network for projects (instead of 'CB...'). We are also working on making the group further visible on different platforms, such as the Central Baltic webpage.

Here's a direct link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cb.communication.network ... Read more
One of our projects from the previous programming period, 2007-2013, was just featured by the European Commission on its EU Regio Interreg A Twitter profile.

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The face behind the Audit Authority

Thursday, 23 March, 2017

Who is Roberts Jansons?

I am a nice and friendly person, who is honest and punctual. I give myself goals and I work to achieve them. I lead an active lifestyle and I like outdoor activities all-year-round. I work in a team which consists of auditors from each Member State from the programme area.
I have an international background: I studied finance in the US and after completing my bachelor’s degree, I was awarded an MBA from the Swiss Business School within the programme for international banking and finance. 

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