- Public authorities
- national, regional, local public authorities
- other relevant bodies responsible for developing and/ or implementing regional development policies
- authorities responsible for developing and/or implementing the Investment for jobs and growth programmes
- Organisations relevant for regional development policies
- Business support organisations (development agencies, chambers of commerce, clusters, etc.)
- Environmental organisations (energy agencies, NGOs, etc.)
- Education and research institutions
Interreg Europe is an EU co-funded interregional cooperation programme, under European Territorial Cooperation, running from 2021-27.
The Programme has a budget of €379 million to help local, regional and national governments across Europe to develop and deliver better policy, and create an environment and opportunities for sharing solutions to regional development issues. It also supports the exchange of good practices and policy learning among European regions in 29 countries - the EU27, Norway and Switzerland.
Interreg Europe contributes to all EU priorities and strives for better regional governance through capacity building.
Who can benefit?
Check when the next call for proposals will be under Interreg Europe or find out about the Interreg Europe programme in 2014-2020.