The very first call for proposals of the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027 is open from 10 February until 31 March 2022.
Here is all the information you need to get ready for it.
Key materials and tutorials
It’s time to start preparing your project idea into an application. All the needed information is available in the Guide for Applying for a Project (includes the Application Form questions) and the Programme Manual.
- Find the documents: Key materials
Please note that the Guide for Applying for a Project will receive minor updates according to joint electronic monitoring system (Jems) latest version and the Programme Manual on the assessment methodology – both documents will be updated by opening of the first call on the programme website.
A useful tool for preparing your project idea is to get familiar with the videos and content from the Applicant seminars, which are available on our website. The videos explain what kind of ideas are suitable as well as how to plan the application.
Upcoming applicant seminar: filling in the application form in Jems
To support our applicants in creating their project proposal, the Joint Secretariat will organise the next series of applicant seminars on 15 and 17 February. The main aim of the event is to go through the process of filling in an application form in the joint electronic monitoring system Jems.
- Registration and more information here: Introduction to Jems
Please note that the joint monitoring system Jems will become available by the time of opening of the first call. We will publish a menu linking directly to Jems on the programme website.
With an indicative budget of 118 million EUR from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), we invite you to cooperate in our region by solving common problems and working on joint opportunities – together and across borders.
NB! Please be aware that the Programme has not yet been approved by the European Commission which means the content of the Programme documents and the terms of references of this call may change.