‘Europe, let’s cooperate!’ in Malta on 22-23 March 2017 is an opportunity to prepared your proposal that will be submitted from 1 March until 30 June 2017.
Interreg Europe programme will be accepting applications for the third call from 1 March until 30 June 2017.
You can get co-financing from the European Regional Development Fund for working with other regions, learning from each other and solving common challenges under any of our four topics:
- research and innovation
- competitiveness of SMEs
- low-carbon economy
- environment and resource efficiency.
Interreg Europe held two calls for project proposals so far (2015 and 2016). The monitoring committee of the programme decided for a third call for project proposals to be opened in March 2017.
‘Europe, let’s cooperate’ is an opportunity to present your ideas, check the ideas of others, start building new partnerships and complete existing ones. The next edition of the interregional cooperation forum ‘Europe, let’s cooperate!’ in Malta on 22-23 March 2017.
Interreg Europe helps regional and local governments across Europe to develop and deliver better policy. By creating an environment and opportunities for sharing solutions, we aim to ensure that government investment, innovation and implementation efforts all lead to integrated and sustainable impact for people and place.
To achieve this goal, Interreg Europe offers opportunities for regional and local public authorities across Europe to share ideas and experience on public policy in practice, therefore improving strategies for their citizens and communities.
Interreg Europe exists to assist three types of beneficiaries:
- Public authorities – local, regional and national
- Managing authorities/intermediate bodies – in charge of the Investment for Growth and Jobs programmes or European Territorial Cooperation
- Agencies, research institutes, thematic and non-profit organisations – although not our main target group, these types of organisations can also work with Interreg Europe by first engaging with their local policymakers in order to identify options for collaboration with Interreg Europe