A second call for project proposals will be launched before the end of April 2016 still. This call will again be open to all programme priorities and specific objectives but organised in a single-step procedure. Related documents including a revised application manual will be published at the official launch of the call.
“For the second call, we will again offer applicants multiple support in preparing their project applications,” Ms Christiane Breznik points out. The free membership to the CENTRAL EUROPE Community allows applicants to submit or search project ideas and profiles of potential partners in their thematic field. They can also join the programme’s LinkedIn discussion groups to further promote your idea. Supporting events will be organised as of spring in all programme countries and announced well in advance.
One supporting event is the joint seminar by Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE and the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme on 23 February 2016 in Katowice (Poland) which aims to inform regional policy makers about benefits of transnational cooperation and to build the capacity of potential applicants and lead applicants.
The plenary sessions and workshops will guide newcomers as well as more advanced applicants through the process of developing a relevant project idea. Successful lead partners from Poland will share their experience and help to answer the question on how to become a lead partner. There will be time for questions, answers and networking.
For more information on Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE and its funding opportunities please refer to the programme website www.interreg-central.eu.