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Central Baltic Programme / Newsletter August/2015
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Welcome new applications! 

The second call for applications is open until 23 October, 2015.



The second call for applications has opened today!

The call is open in all priorities and sub-programmes. According to the outcome of the first call of applications, however, the applicants are encouraged to develop projects especially under:
  • Archipelago and Islands Sub-programme
  • Priority 3 "Well-connected region"
  • Specific Objective 1.3 "More exports by the Central Baltic companies to new markets"
  • Specific Objective 2.2 "Sustainably planned and managed marine and coastal areas"
More detailed information about the first call allocations will be available shortly after the Steering Committee decisions this week.

The deadline for applications is on 23 October, 2015. All needed  guidance documents and templates have been published on the programme website. Most recommended reading for the applicants are the Programme Manual and the Guide for Filling in the Application Form.

The Joint Secretariat encourages projects to apply now as there will not be a call in 2016.
The next, third, call for applications is planned to open only in January 2017. 

The Joint Secretariat and the national Contact Points are ready to help with any remaining questions.

 

Sign up for the Project Applicant Seminars


Book the date and join us in Stockholm or Tallinn to hear about the application process practicalities.

As a part of the second call for project applications the Joint Secretariat organises two Project Applicant Seminars in the programme area. The main target group is organisations that will be responsible for the actual filling in of the Application Form. 

The events are working seminars focused on learning how to prepare and complete a good and successful project application. The seminars provide practical guidance on how to prepare and fill in the project application form, focusing on partnership, work plan, budget, and submission. 

Registration is needed for attending the seminars. The dates and places of the seminars are: 

9 September

Tallinn - Original Sokos Hotel Viru 


Registration closes on 1 September.

The event is to be streamed online and a recording will be available online afterwards.
2 September

Stockholm - Westmanska Palatset


Registration closes on 25 August.

Book the date for Joint Beach Clean-up Day

Join us in the beach cleaning event closest to you to celebrate European cooperation on 19 September!

The European Cooperation Day is about showing the power of working together on a joint challenge. The amount of trash in the Baltic Sea and on its shores is our joint problem that none of us can tackle alone. Rubbish disposed to the sea at one place will end up in another place before we know it.

The Central Baltic Programme funds international projects working on joint challenges. To underline the importance of the work usually taking place in a number of these cooperation projects, we celebrate the European Cooperation Day by cleaning our sea together with our neighbours in other countries. Now everyone can join!


During the joint beach clean-up day on 19 September we are cleaning beaches in Treimani (Estonia), Yyteri (Finland), Ainaži (Latvia), Oxelösund (Sweden) and Mariehamn (Åland). 
 
Together, through cooperation, we are making a difference all over the Baltic Sea Region! Let's celebrate by working on a joint challenge together and seeing how much fun it can be.
 
Join us in Facebook for more information about the events at
Joint Central Baltic Beach Clean-up Day.

 
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