The third Interreg Europe call for proposals opened on 1 March and will close on 30 June 2017. The application pack has been made available online here. The latest updated version of the Interreg’s Europe Programme Manual is also available here.
Projects will be funded with around 90 million euros from the European Regional Development Fund. The call is targeted at public authorities and non-profits (national, regional or local authorities; other organisations in charge of defining and implementing regional policy instruments; and non-profits). The projects must focus on one of these topics: research and innovation, SME competitiveness, low-carbon economy, and environment and resource efficiency.
In order to have the best proposal, don’t hesitate to read again Euromontana tips on this Interreg Europe programme. In particular, you can have a look at the article published on 3 July 2015: “Don’t miss the chance: the call for Interreg Europe has just been launched”. You can find this article in the Docs and links section of the working theme “Territorial cohesion” on Euromontana’s website (available only for members).
If you are interested to submit a proposal on mountain areas and/or are looking for partners, do not hesitate to contact the Secretariat of Euromontana.12 April 2017