Trainee position in system support open!

Thursday, 15 December, 2016
Regional Council of Southwest Finland is looking for a trainee (system support) for a period of 4-6 months for Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020. The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is a funding programme financing cross-border cooperation projects in the central Baltic Sea region. The participating countries are Finland (incl. Åland), Estonia, Latvia and Sweden.

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​Remember to check your references!

Wednesday, 14 December, 2016
We now have a large number of implementing projects, many with their own webpage. It is worthwhile to remember the importance of showing the right references in the right place. This article gives a short overview regarding the matter. To learn more, the two sources to visit are the Programme Manual and the Guide for project communication. The latter hosts an excellent overview table of required references! ... Read more
Our project applicant seminar took place in Tallinn on Wednesday 7 December. The presentations guide partnerships that are in an advanced planning phase and are going to submit their application for the third call. The event was streamed live and recorded, and you can watch it here! 


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New maps

Monday, 5 December, 2016
The map section offers different views of the Central Baltic programme area. Available maps include landscape and portrait formats, both in colour and greyscale. Additionally, there are maps showing different cities around the programme region. Open the maps ... Read more

​FAQ section is updated

Friday, 2 December, 2016
Setting up and running a Central Baltic project is like operating a complex machine; there are many moving parts, each with their own function and requirement that enable a smooth operation. Some parts of the complex machine – or a project in this case may rise questions. Thus, in such situations, it’s a good idea to check out the FAQ section of the website.

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We have two calls behind us and the next one is already around the corner. In other words, there is a multitude of projects that are beginning, implementing or already finishing up! This also means that there is a lot going on.

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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

All eyes up

Monday, 7 November, 2016
The green bar is here. At the top of the page. Yes, just look up. The green bar, or top menu as we are calling it, was added during autumn when the webpage experienced small cosmetic updates. The aim of the new menu is to display content regarding current topics. At the moment, information concentrates around the upcoming third call, its timetable, possible projects and so on. As time passes, the items will be updated to reflect other current matters. The green bar is also a great way to find our contact details quickly and easily, so be sure to check it out. It's just 618 pixels upwards! ... Read more
The European Cooperation Day is held annually in September.  This year the event was organised for the fifth time on September 21st and the surrounding days.  During the EC Day week, the national Contact Points of the Central Baltic Programme arranged many events aimed at promoting cross-border cooperation among pupils and high school students.
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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