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

Third call decisions available

Thursday, 30 November, 2017
The second step of the third call closed on 15 September 2017. After that, assessments have been ongoing and between 29-30 November, the Steering Committee took funding decisions on regular projects. The Steering Committee consists of Member State representatives.

The following 23 regular projects have been approved for funding.
  • CB604 Augmented Urbans
  • CB607 EfficientFlow
  • CB612 NatureBizz
  • CB614 NNFA
  • CB616 Smart Marina
  • CB619 DigiYouth
  • CB627 Coast4us
  • CB630 Sustainable Gateways
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Funding decisions coming up

Wednesday, 29 November, 2017
The Central Baltic programme's Steering Committee will assemble today and tomorrow, to take decision on regular projects to be funded from the third call. The meeting will start this afternoon. We will publish information about funded projects as soon as the decisions are known. This will take place tomorrow. Stay tuned! ... Read more

Webpage updates are ongoing!

Friday, 24 November, 2017
Kindly note that we are still in the process of updating our webpage. Thus, there's no need to be alarmed if logos are shown multiple times or some other element seems out of place.

We strive to get all updates done as soon as possible!

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The Central Baltic programme is looking for a new Information Officer to become the Contact Point in Estonia to be the link between the programme and the region. 

For job description and application, please review the announcement at ... Read more

The Monitoring Committee met last week

Tuesday, 21 November, 2017
Last week, between 13-14 November, the Central Baltic programme’s Monitoring Committee (MC) gathered near Tallinn in Estonia. The meeting started with a visit to the NATTOURS project site, where we walked along a new boardwalk constructed by the project in Paljassaare. In Paljassaare we discovered a natural pearl within an urban environment.
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Webpage updates are taking place

Tuesday, 21 November, 2017
We are in the process of updating our webpage. The aim is to provide you, the viewer, an esier access to current information regarding the programme. During the update phase, there may be irregularities on the webpage with short-term effects regarding functionality. If all goes well, all updates should be functional by next week. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Most noticeable updates include:
  • The integration of our Communication Network for Project -stream on the frontpage
  • New event categories
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Central Baltic Contact Points on Social Media

Thursday, 16 November, 2017
A good way to keep current on our projects' activities, is to follow our National Contact Points (CP's) on Social Media. ... Read more

Staff costs tool

Monday, 6 November, 2017
Reporting staff costs correctly is important both from the partner point of view as well as from the Programme point of view. To facilitate the reporting of staff costs for persons working for the project part time with a flexible number of hours, the programme has developed a Staff Cost Tool. The first version of the tool was published in June 2017. The latest version was just updated.

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IVY section under development

Tuesday, 31 October, 2017
Now it's easier to follow what our Interreg Volunteer, Sofia, has been up to. You might have already caught her Tweets and shares on the Central Baltic Communication network for projects. Now we're compiling her activities under one roof in the green top bar. There you can find the content she has produced, her social media links and and short introduction about herself. ... Read more
I took a while but now we have gathered photos from the Annual Event and European Cooperation Day under the same roof. Check the links in this post to re-visit the two events. 

Ari's photos from both days:
Ari's photos from parallels 2 and 3:
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