Central Baltic Programme / February 2022

Get ready: the first call for proposals open from 10 February Get ready for the first call 10.02-31.03.2022

The very first call for proposals of the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027 is open from 10 February until 31 March 2022.

With an indicative budget of 118 million EUR from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), we invite you to cooperate in our region by solving common problems and working on joint opportunities – together and across borders.

Key documents and guidance here: 

Get ready: the first call for proposals open from 10 February


Register: Introduction to Jems (15.02 & 17.02 online) 
Introduction to Jems

As part of the series of applicant seminars, the Joint Secretariat will organise an online event focusing on the introduction to Jems. 

The content will be divided to two days:
15 February and 17 February.

Aim of the event
The main aim of the event is to go through the process of filling in an application form in the joint electronic monitoring system Jems.

Target group
The event is targeted to the potential lead partners and project partners who plan to apply for funding in the first call of the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027.  

The event will be recorded.
Event registration: INTRODUCTION TO JEMS

New national Contact Points have joined in Finland and Sweden

The structure of national Contact Points in Finland and Sweden has changed from the beginning of the year. Welcome, Safira and Anna!
Safira Schuback
Safira Schubak has taken over the work of national Contact Point Finland from January 2022 onward. Safira can be contacted in both Finnish and Swedish as well as in English. The previous contact person for Finland, Julia Jokelin, has moved on and we wish her the best of luck in her new challenges.

National Contact Point (Finland)
+358 40 615 9655
Anna Nordström
Anna Nordström has joined the national Contact Point Sweden.
We are also wishing well to the previous contact person for Sweden, Annika Holmström, on her next adventure.

National Contact Point (Sweden South)
+46 1010 37712
National Contact Points in the programme region

The national Contact Points are the programme’s resource in the Central Baltic region. They are located in Estonia, Finland, Åland, Latvia, and Sweden. National Contact Points serve as an information source in the programme countries and are happy to provide information as well as support with partner search in the local language.

The contact details of all national Contact Points
can be found on the programme website.
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Central Baltic Programme
Linnankatu 52 B, Turku, Finland

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