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Get ready For our next Call for Proposals!

What is it about?

Interreg 2 Seas is a EU funding programme supporting cross-border projects. A Call for Proposals offers interested partnerships the opportunity to apply for funding. The application procedure consists of two steps: Concept Note & Application Form.

The first step of Call 6 runs from 12 February until 2 May 2018.

Who can participate?

  • public organisations (national, regional, local authorities)
  • organisations that fall within public law (e.g. universities, chambers of commerce, trade unions...)
  • private organisations (micro, small, medium and large enterprises)
  • not-for-profit organisations

Click below and find out if your organisation is situated in the Programme area.

Where to find support?

We have a team of 8 facilitators that are operating in the 2 Seas area. They will be happy to listen to your ideas and respond to your questions. They offer support in your language throughout the development of your project proposal.

Interreg 2 Seas 2014 - 2020 is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Key documents

The Programme Manual collects 15 factsheets that aim to support all 2 Seas stakeholders in all phases of the project lifetime, from preparation to implementation to closure.

The Programme Key Info explains in short how to understand the Interreg 2 Seas Programme. It describes the framework context as well as the most essential programme characteristics (i.e. area, potential beneficiaries, strategy and objectives, budget and type of actions)

The Cooperation Programme is the official document adopted by the European Commission and signed by the Member States represented in the 2 Seas Programme (i.e. United Kingdom, France, Belgium (Flanders) and the Netherlands). It gives a detailed overview of the Programme's strategy and management.

Programme website

The 2 Seas website contains 4 main sections:

  1. The information and documents as described above are to be found under Programme.
  2. Under Projects you will find tips for a good 2 Seas project, updates and information on the Calls for proposals, a list of approved projects, an overview of a project's lifetime and pages dedicated to project communication and state aid.
  3. The Cooperation Corner is the meeting place for organisations that are interested in cross-border cooperation. You can add your project idea and search for additional partners and/or you can add your organisation and let others know where you want to work on.
  4. In the Media section all sorts of documents and tools can be found. Whether you are an applicant, a project partner, a programme partner or a visitor, you can find all documentation in this centre.

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