Do you have an idea for a transnational co-operation initiative? Interreg North-West Europe has opened its fourth call for project proposals, which will remain open until Thursday 21 March 2024.
This latest call covers all nine specific objectives addressed by the programme and follows a two-step process. In step 1 applicants will focus on the project need and justification, its objective, the added value of the proposed approach and the relevance of the partnership. All projects which successfully pass step 1 will be invited to submit a more detailed application, including a complete work plan and budget.
Over the lifetime of the programme, €287 million of ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) will be allocated to projects. The programme is looking for transnational co-operation initiatives that can deliver concrete results for the North-West Europe area.
To start preparing the first step of the application process, check out the reference documents and guidance on the call overview page.
The Interreg NWE programme is seeking to fund projects under the five priority areas:
PRIORITY 1: Climate and environment
PRIORITY 2: Energy transition
PRIORITY 3: Circular economy
PRIORITY 4: Innovation and resilience
PRIORITY 5: Inclusive society
For more information on any of these five priorities and the nine specific objectives that accompany them, click here. Call 4 is open until 21 March 2024.
Interreg North-West Europe (NWE) seeks to foster transnational co-operation to make the applicant region a key economic player and an attractive place to work and live, with high levels of innovation, sustainability and cohesion.
Interreg North-West Europe is open to all Irish regions. For more information about the programme contact Ireland’s national contact point, Sarah Davoren at email@example.com