We are an EU cohesion policy programme that encourages cooperation beyond borders. With a budget of 246m EUR we support public and private organisations to work together across central Europe. Jointly they improve cities and regions in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Update on Calls
Our programme will fund 44 new cooperation projects following the third call for proposals. Around 77 million Euro from the European Regional Development Fund will support activities of transnational project partnerships in the coming years.
Update on Calls
We will launch an experimental call on 4 March 2019. The aim will be to capitalise on results of our already funded projects. We will also encourage closer coordination with new partners from other EU funding instruments such as Horizon 2020 or LIFE.
Transnational cooperation is central for our projects. It is their joint effort that results in benefits that bring better quality of life to the regions, cities, and ultimately citizens. But what does it really mean? Discover 10 good reasons that speak for transnational cooperation in central Europe - now and in the future.
Why #cooperationiscentral at the heart of Europe
12-13 June 2019
2019 Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region is hosted by Pomorskie Region. Around 800 participants representing public and private institutions, academia, NGOs will gather to discuss topics very much related to the future of the Baltic Sea Region, as: demographic change, circular and sharing economy.
The Froum will explore the link between the EU Baltic Sea Strategy and growing challenges such as depopulation, ageing, migrations, new production and consumption models, but also new social, cultural, mobility and labour market patterns, which influence our everyday behaviours and attitudes.
More information be found on the EUSBSR forum website.