Taking cooperation forward
in central Europe in 2021-27

Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE has supported transnational cooperation in central Europe for more than 20 years. 

Our funding helps regions and cities to become stronger and more resilient without reinventing the wheel. 
We are building trust beyond borders and connect people to work together

on innovation, low carbon topics, natural and cultural heritage as well as transport and mobility. 

Now the time has come to take our successful transnational cooperation forward: Based on thorough analysis of available data
and strategic frameworks, representatives from all programme countries agreed on a set of preliminary programme priorities
and specific objectives that are deemed most relevant for transnational cooperation in central Europe. 

In an open and inclusive partner involvement process we now invite our stakeholders
to provide us with feedback and inputs on our 2021-27 draft programme strategy.

In addition to the transnational survey that closed on 24 June 2020, our National Contact Points are organising a series of partner dialogues to further collect and discuss inputs. These dialogues will allow for more in-depth feedback on topics and potential actions and help to collect more qualitative inputs. See dates of the partner dialogue in your country below and get involved.

national partner dialogues

Austria
22 June | Online
czech republic 
29 June | Prague
poland
30 June | online
sloveniA
01-15 July | Online
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italy
30 June & 2 July | online, on invitation only
slovakia 
 8 July | ONLINE, on invitation only 

Programming Process at a Glance

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We believe #cooperationiscentral for a better future
in our central European regions and cities
 









The Working Group Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27 was established in June 2018 and formalised on 14 November 2019.

The group consists of delegates from all partner states as well as an observer from the European Commission. It is responsible for steering the drafting process of the new programme and chaired by the chair of the current Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE 2014-2020 monitoring committee. The drafting of the new programme as well as the accompanying strategic environmental assessment (SEA) will be supported by external experts. The managing authority and joint secretariat of the current programme will also contribute.
 
The new Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme is currently planned to kick-off in summer 2021. A first call for project proposals is expected to be launched soon after the programme start.


meetings of the working group

25-26 November | TBC

9TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP 
INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27

19-20 may 2020 | online 

7TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP 
INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27

2018-2019

FIRST FIVE MEETINGS OF THE WORKING GROUP 
INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27

24-25 September 2020 | TBC

8TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP 
INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27

05 DECEMBER 2019 | BUDAPEST

6TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP 
INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27 (1ST MEETING AFTER FORMALISATION)

LEGAL BACKGROUND

Do you have any questions?

Feel free to contact us at info(at)interreg-central.eu