The Central Baltic 2014-2020 Programme finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

Event news

Project applicant seminars are targeted towards the partnerships that are in an advanced planning phase of their projects and will submit their application for the third call. ... Read more

Happy European Cooperation Day!

Monday, 19 September, 2016
This week we gather around the Central Baltic Programme region to celebrate the European Cooperation Day -- a day that highlights the achievements of territorial cooperation. During the week, events arranged by our national Contact Points take place in Finland, Estonia, Latvia and on Åland.

To set us off in the right mood, we asked pupils from around the programme region, what they tought about cross-border cooperation. Check out the results here:

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Celebrate the EC Day with us in September

Wednesday, 3 August, 2016
Each year we gather to celebrate the things we do and achieve together. We do this in the form of the European Cooperation Day. Last year the Central Baltic Programme, together with people from all over our programme region, joined forces to clean our beaches. This year we visited schools in each of our countries, gave talks about cross-border cooperation and asked what pupils thought about it. We recorded their answers and are preparing a short video that will be published in September. Additionally, pupils also drew their thoughts. ... Read more
You can now access all priority presentations given at our Annual Event through the documents section. Be sure to check them out in case you could not attend the event, or to simply review the interesting contents! ... Read more
The Swedish Contact Points together with the Swedish Institute organise a conference on 16 June to discuss how more Swedish organisations can participate in Central Baltic-projects.  The conference will be held in Swedish and is aimed at Swedish organisations interested to learn more about the Central Baltic-programme and its intern linkages with the EU Baltic Sea Strategy and Swedish national programmes.

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The Central Baltic Annual event 2016 in Upplands Väsby, Stockholm, gathered over 150 participants this year from all over the programme area. The plenary session included interesting speaks form Esa Halme, the Region Mayor of Pirkanmaa, Finland and Karina Uddén from Länstyrelssen in Stockholm. During the parallel sessions, 10 projects were showcased and discussed, along with the do's and dont's for potential projects in the Central Baltic Programme. As for the Project Fair, 18 Central Baltic projects presented themselves from all priorities.

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Central Baltic and two of its projects participate in the INTERREG changes the Baltic Sea Region seminar on 23-24 May in Gdańsk, Poland. Why not come and learn how people around the Baltic Sea take up and tackle common problems together.  ... Read more

See you soon!

Tuesday, 9 February, 2016
We're less than 24 hours away from our biggest event of the year and anxiously waiting to meet you all in Upplands Väsby. In the event you will of course find our staff, including the Project Team and National Contact Points, to discuss cross-border and cooperational matters, along with many of our great projects. We sincerely hope you will have an inspirational experience, starting today (19 April) if you're attending the mingle.

To agenda can still be found here.

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The winners of the social media photo contest organised as a part of the Joint Central Baltic beach clean-up day have been selected. The participants of all the events competed by posting photos to social media under five categories. ... Read more
Cleanliness of the Baltic Sea is an excellent example of an issue that needs cooperation across the borders. Cleaning the seashores together was therefore seen as a fun and useful way to celebrate the European Cooperation Day 2015 in the Central Baltic region.

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