General news

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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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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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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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

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.

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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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The third and last full-fledged call of the Central Baltic programme closed on 27 February 2017. In this interview Samu Numminen, team leader of our project team explains what happens to an application, after it has been submitted.

Who is Samu Numminen?
I am a geographer by education and I have been working in and with projects in the environmental sector for my whole career. Working at the Central Baltic programme has been a good way to gain new experience and to work with projects from the other side of the fence.
 
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The first Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 project has just ended. On the 8th of November 2016 the project Let us be active! organised their final seminar.

Elisa from Central Baltic communication contacted project manager Karolina Mackiewicz  from the project Let us be active! to ask her impressions about the project; how it went and what she thinks about it now that the project is ending. ... Read more

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
For the second call, second step, the applications have been assessed and the funding decisions are taken by the programme Steering Committee consisting of Member State representatives.

The following applications for regular projects have been approved for funding:
  • CB 4 GameCamps
  • BOOSTED
  • Nured
  • OnBoard-Med
  • Archipelago Partnerships
  • DefenceArch
  • BALTACAR
  • FamilyPorts
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