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

MC meeting took place in Nuuksio, Espoo

Wednesday, 18 April, 2018
The Monitoring Committee of the Central Baltic programme assembled in Nuuksio, Espoo between 17-18 April 2018 to discuss the current state of the programme and matters relevant to programme implementation. For example, deciding on the 4th call was on the agenda. Concrete information about the fourth call will be soon available on the Central Baltic webpage.

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Where is the Facebook stream?

Wednesday, 11 April, 2018
There is a huge empty spot on our landing page -- right where the stream from the Communication Network for Projects used to be. We have noticed this as well. It appears that due to recent breaches in security, Facebook has made some alterations in how the streams are transmitted. There was no heads-up warning for this and as of now, the stream cannot be displayed. We are currently waiting for more information and hopefully get the link up and running again. ... Read more
A big thank you on behalf of the Central Baltic staff to all Lead Partner and Communication seminar participants. All material presented during the seminar will be available in two weeks time on our webpage in the LP and Communication seminar folder under events. 

Our next project related event will be the Project Implementation Seminar taking place in the autumn. More information about the event will be available on our webpage. Stay tuned! ... Read more
A big thank you on behalf of the Central Baltic staff to all Lead Partner and Communication seminar participants. All material presented during the seminar will be available in two weeks time on our webpage in the LP and Communication seminar folder under events. 

Our next event is the Project Implementation Seminar taking place in the autumn. More information about the event will be available on our webpage. Stay tuned! ... Read more
A brownfilead is an un-used industrial land with contaminated soil. Until such a land has been remediatied, it cannot be used.

At the moment, the traditional method used for remediation, consists of excavating the contaminated soil and transport it into another location. However this practice is not sustainable: the browfield area can be used after beeing remediated, but the soil is still contaminated. Central Baltic project INSURE aims at finding new sustainable methods to deal with this issue.

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The first Central Baltic project to end

Tuesday, 27 February, 2018

Let us be active! Senior volunteering as a recipe to fight social exclusion among the elderly

Exactly one year ago Let us be active! was the first Central Baltic project to end. Throughout its lifecycle, the project produced concrete changes in the life of those involved by testing services for elderly people that contribute to change how society perceive them: as a resource rather than a burden.

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The Guide for project implementation has just been updated. The list of changes is avialble below 
  • Supplementary information must be kept updated by the lead partner; especially for the Programme level communication purposes it is important that the project manager and main lead partner user are the same and the information is valid (p. 7)
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Stories and interviews available in the project database

The programme has had three calls that have resulted in almost 100 projects in all Priorities and Specific Objectives. Last year, ten projects ended already and the number is even bigger in 2018. To summarise: we are running at full-speed – jointly tackling cross-border challenges and creating concrete results.

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A quick overview of our third call projects

Tuesday, 13 February, 2018

The third call, brought to the Central Baltic programme 30 new projects, 23 regular and 7 small. The projects are distributed in all four priorities as follows: 5 in Priority 1, 7 in Priority 2 and 3 and 11 in priority 4 (4 regular and 7 small). At the moment 9 projects from the third call have been contracted, 7 small and 2 regulars.

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The focus in on results!

Monday, 12 February, 2018
Ten Central Baltic projects have already ended last year and 10 more will end this Spring only. By the end of 2018, 40 Central Baltic projects will have reached the finishing line.

To celebrate their achievements and all the concreate results their cross-border cooperation efforts brought to the Central Baltic region, we have created the #CBresults hashtag.

Check it out regularily to keep up-to-date on our project accomplishments. ... Read more