The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden
Our E-ticketing project just issued a press release about the concrete results they have achieved. In practice, what this means is that those coming to Helsinki (FIN) from Tartu (EE) or Tallinn (EE) can use the application they already have in use to buy tickets for Helsinki public transport.

More information are available in the press release below:

Public transport tickets for Helsinki, Tallinn and Tartu available in one app

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Our European Cooperation Day walks

Monday, 2 November, 2020
Our European Cooperation Day celebration this year involved walking along the trails developed by Central Baltic projects.
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You may have caught wind that we are in the process of creating the Central Baltic programme for the 2021-2027 period. I’m very happy to provide you with a brief overview of the process. You can also check the News section, which will be the best source for staying up-to-date about the process. 
Programming bodies.

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The material from the Thematic Seminars is now available here. Each thematic seminar was aimed at gathering suggestions related to the themes our programme is going to focus during the next programming period. For that reason, we organised local seminar in Helsinki, Mariehamn, Riga, Tallinn and online for Sweden at the end of last summer. ... Read more

Communication webcast

Tuesday, 15 September, 2020
Due to unforseen circounmstances, we had to cancel the Communication Webcast that was supposed to happen today.

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European Cooperation Day 2020

Wednesday, 2 September, 2020
This year, in connection to the European Cooperation Day we are organising a lottery!

Background information

This year, to celebrate 30 years of cross-border cooperation, we are walking along some of the nature trail/destinations, our projects have developed. Our national Contact Points are leading the way on some of the paths. Based on the different COVID_19 restrictions in different countries, not in all cases it is possible to walk alongside them.
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We have added information regarding special costs related to COVID-19 safety measures into the main article concerning the effects of the coronavirus: ... Read more
The planning for the upcoming programme for 2021 - 2027 and its focus areas is ongoing at full speed, and the thematic structure is starting to take shape.

This autumn the programme is organising thematic seminars in each programme member state. By participating you and your organisation have the possibility to contribute to the programme content and to discuss potential project ideas together with other interested organisations in your country.

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​And we are back!

Thursday, 6 August, 2020
Holidays were great, but we are certainly happy to be back at the office, and also to let you know that most of our 5th call projects have been already contracted!

Though some are already visible on our project database, for others it will still take couple of weeks, until then, here is a brief overview of what they are about. 

Priority 1

Baltic Explorers is supporting companies in the game industry from Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia to reach new markets in Asia and in the US.

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Due to the unusual circumstances caused by the coronavirus, we had to shift the Project Implementation Seminar from spring to autumn. We have now set the dates and also the concept is being fine-tuned to fit the online environment. The event is still held on two days (day 1 9:30-13:00, day 2 9:30-12:00) on 16-17 September but instead of a physical venue, we will meet in Zoom.

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