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Interreg NWE Call 3 Dates Confirmed

Interreg NWE Call 3 Dates Confirmed

The Interreg North-West Europe Programme will open its third call for project applications on 18th April 2016, with a deadline of Friday 27th May 2016.

All relevant documentation, including the application form, will be available soon on www.nweurope.eu.

We are looking for transnational cooperation initiatives that can deliver concrete results for the North-West Europe area and its citizens. If you have an idea that could make one of our Programme objectives a reality, we would like to hear from you.

If you are planning an NWE proposal, please contact Siobhán Rudden, National Contact Point, for details about the applications process, rules and advice. Siobhán is based in Waterford and happy to meet to discuss your project idea.

+353 51 318100

srudden@southernassembly.ie

@srudden

We have organised a number of events to assist with developing your project idea and finding suitable project partners:

Project Idea Lab: Frankfurt, 7th April
The Call 3 transnational event will have a programme of activities to help you network, find new partners and progress you idea into an application.  The Interreg NWE team will be available to advise on how to develop a successful applicaiton.

Participation is free of charge, but registration is compulsory. Sign up on our website to receive alerts and we will send you an email when the registration is open. We expect around 250 people from the 8 NWE countries.

Project Development Workshop: Ireland, 28th April
Get to know the Interreg NWE basics, especially relevant for those considering joining a project application for Call 3 or Call 4.  Full details will be made available soon.

Visit our website to learn more about these events: http://www.nweurope.eu/news-events/events/ 

Interreg North-West Europe is a European Territorial Cooperation Programme funded by the European Commission to make the North-West Europe area a key economic player and an attractive place to work and live, with high levels of innovation, sustainability and cohesion.

In the 2014-2020 period we will invest €370 million to co-fund transnational projects. If approved, projects receive a co-funding grant of up to 60% of their total budget.

Projects must include at least 3 partners from 3 different countries, and focus on one of the following themes:
- Innovation
- Low carbon
- Resource and materials efficiency.