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

Learning from each other

Thursday, 12 October, 2017
On Monday, a delegation from the Slovenia-Croatia, Slovenia-Hungary and Slovenia-Austria programmes, came to Turku to meet with our Head of the Managing Authority Merike Niitepõld and our IT manager Veli-Pekka Suuronen. The visit focused on the programme and beneficiary use of the eMS. The beneficiary's point of view was represented by the Central Baltic project Baltic Urban Lab.

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For the European Cooperation Day, we hosted a photo competition, for which we asked our great projects to submit entries into five categories. Submissions were combined into photo posters that were displayed during our ECD celebrations and the coupled Annual Event. Paricipants voted for their favorite photos.

Based on popular vote, the winners are:
1. NUTRINFLOW
2. LightsOn!
3. LightsOn!


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10 projects end during 2017

Friday, 29 September, 2017
Just as the Central Baltic programme has now been 10 years in implementation, also 10 of our projects will finish during 2017. Already finished projects include: PAD, PIM, EDU-SMEs, LetUsBeActive!, SIPPE, TheatreEx and Regi, whereas projects SAFHY and SmartPorts, are about to reach the finish line. And of course, more are following early next year, such as Springboard, who held its final seminar yesterday in Tallinn (see article photo). All ended, ending and implementing projects are available in our project database.

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Programme Manual updated to 2.4

Thursday, 28 September, 2017
We noticed that the just published Programme Manual had yet one irregularity. Thus, we slightly revised wording (no content change) reagarding groceries for internal project meetings on page 83. The version number is now 2.4 and this version replaces all previous versions of the Programme Manual.

The latest version of the Programme Manual is accessible here. ... Read more

The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is recruiting a Controller to act as an independent Audit Authority.

The Controller will be responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of Audit Authority functions (according to Article 127 Reg. (EU) No 1303/2013 and Article 25 Reg. 1299/2013) of the Programme.
 

Tasks:

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The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is recruiting a Controller to act as an independent Audit Authority.

The Controller will be responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of Audit Authority functions (according to Article 127 Reg. (EU) No 1303/2013 and Article 25 Reg. 1299/2013) of the Programme.
 

Tasks:

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Thank you for attending!

Friday, 22 September, 2017
A big thank you to everyone, who attended the European Cooperation Day celebrations on 20 September and our Annual Event on 21 September. Althgough different in nature, both events strongly involve cross-border cooperation that we are so fond of.

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To go far – go together

Thursday, 21 September, 2017

Today, on 20 September, we are thrilled to meet you all who are interested in European territorial cooperation, in Mariehamn. We are more than 150 registered participants, and this includes nearly 40 of our projects. We are coming together to share, experience and learn for two days.

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Programme Manual updated

Tuesday, 19 September, 2017
A new, slightly updated, version of the Programme Manual has been published. The current version is 2.3.

Updates include changes on matters such as clarification on de minimis procedure, the advance payment schedule as well as technical eligibility requirements. The full list of changes is available on the last page of the Programme Manual.

The latest version of the Programme Manual is accessible here.

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3rd call 2nd step has closed

Friday, 15 September, 2017
The second step for regular projects in the third call closed today at 15:00 Finnish time. In total, 30 applications were submitted. Well done!

The assessments begin on 18 September. The Steering Committee decides on new regular projects on 30 November.  ... Read more