The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

Programme

We have published updated information regarding submission of reports and payments on this page. The page can also be found from the main menu by selecting 'For projects --> Project closure 2022-2023'.

The JS contact persons will email the same information to projects as well. ... Read more
The COVID-19 situation is developing and in many cases, restrictions have been largely lifted. Thus, we are learning to work in a new reality where face-to-face meetings, online meetings and different hybrid events will alternate. 
 
We wish to highlight to our projects that in case of future hybrid events, where online participation is voluntary, rather than imposed by restrictions, it is allowed to provide catering only for persons who participate face-to-face.  
 
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Europe in my Region is an annual EU-wide campaign to show citizens the EU-funded projects in the regions they live in. #EUinmyregion is launched in the days around Europe Day (9th of May). ... Read more

The Monitoring Committee met today

Wednesday, 28 April, 2021
Today, the Central Baltic programme's Monitoring Committee had its meeting online. The Monitoring Committee was given an overview of the programme implementation by our Head of Managing Authority, Merike Niitepõld presenting the Annual Implementation Report draft. In short, the programme is well on track and running smoothly. ... Read more

Merry Christmas and Happy 2021!

Wednesday, 23 December, 2020
We at the Central Baltic programme wish to thank all of you for this year. We have all had to deal with unexpected challenges, and we had to adapt to new ways of work, but considering what our projects have achieved this year notwithstanding COVID_19, we can only be proud. These achievements are celebrated in an Instagram story that you can find here.

And now it is time to take a moment to aknowledge what we have achieved and then slowly shift into holiday mood.

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We have added information regarding special costs related to COVID-19 safety measures into the main article concerning the effects of the coronavirus: http://centralbaltic.eu/content/update-coronavirus-situation ... Read more

​And we are back!

Thursday, 6 August, 2020
Holidays were great, but we are certainly happy to be back at the office, and also to let you know that most of our 5th call projects have been already contracted!

Though some are already visible on our project database, for others it will still take couple of weeks, until then, here is a brief overview of what they are about. 

Priority 1

Baltic Explorers is supporting companies in the game industry from Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia to reach new markets in Asia and in the US.

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Reduced services during July

Tuesday, 30 June, 2020
In July, most of our staff is on holiday. This means that we have reduced services at the Secretariat. Unless new information becomes available, we return in August (first and second week) to our Turku office and resume normal operation.

NB! Information about coronavirus is still available by clicking the banner above.

A warm thank you to everyone involved in the programme and projects; it's been a very unusual spring and summer to say the least but we have managed!

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Citizen’s summary

Tuesday, 23 June, 2020
How did the year look for us? What did we fund and where are we? The latest Citizen’s Summary – a round-up for of a programme year in clear terms – is available from the documents section.

We have moved all documents into their own folder, so they can be found more easily but you can download the current summary through this direct link: http://centralbaltic.eu/document-categories/citizens-summary
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The Monitoring Committee met on 29 April

Thursday, 30 April, 2020
The Central Baltic programme's Monitoring Committee, consisting of Member State representatives, met on 29 April 2020. The meeting was held online for the first time. In addition to meeting each other virtually, the online meeting also re-defined the concept of a 'group photo' (see picture).

In the meeting, our Head of Managing Authority, Merike Niitepõld gave an update about programme developments, presented the Annual Implementation Report and provided information regarding the continuation of the national Contact Points network.

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