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The fourth Interreg Alpine Space call for project proposals is open!

A new Interreg Alpine Space call was recently launched and will close on 12 December 2018 at 13:00.

Interreg Alpine Space a European Union funding programme that encourages transnational cooperation beyond borders in the seven Alpine countries. The programme is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as well as through national co-funding of the Partner States of the EU.

In the current programming period, 2014–2020, the programme is investing €139 million in projects through which key actors develop shared solutions for prevalent Alpine issues. With its 4th call for project proposals, the Alpine Space programme offers up to €24,8 million from the ERDF for transnational cooperation projects. The ERDF co-financing rate is of 85% for partners from Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Slovenia.

Read more about the call and our tips to succeed in our article (only for our members).

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8 November 2018

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