The first call will open on 5 April and close on 31 May 2022 at noon CEST (Paris time). Download a draft of the programme manual and the terms of reference.
The Interreg Europe programme is financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), whose principles and rules are laid down in the common provisions regulation (EU) 2021/1060, the ERDF regulation (EU) 2021/1058 and the Interreg regulation (EU) 2021/1059.
The expectations and requirements for projects are detailed in the Interreg Europe 2021-2027 cooperation programme and in the programme manual.
Through its cohesion policy, the European Union works to reduce disparities both in the levels of development and in quality of life in European regions. It promotes actions aiming at making the European territory more innovative, more sustainable, and more inclusive, thus improving quality of life of the inhabitants. The large majority of the funds designated to reduce these disparities are managed at the regional or national levels. The European Union believes that regional development can also be improved through cooperation across borders.
In this context, the Interreg Europe programme supports the exchange and transfer of experience, innovative approaches and capacity building among public authorities and other policy relevant organisations across Europe with a view to improving their regional development policy instruments including programmes under the Investment for jobs and growth goal.
Σε συνεργασία με την Κοινή Γραμματεία του Προγράμματος INTERREG EUROPE 2021-2027, σας γνωρίζουμε ότι δεν υπάρχει περιορισμός ως προς τον αριθμό των προτάσεων που μπορεί να υποβάλει ένας δικαιούχος στο πλαίσιο της 1ης Πρόσκλησης Υποβολής Προτάσεων του INTERREG EUROPE 2021-2027.