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New calls have been published under several Interreg Programmes, IPA III and a Call for Expression of Interest was launched for EU regions to receive Technical Assistance foreseen under Pillar 1 of the Talent Booster Mechanism.
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Interreg SK-CZ 2023 | Small Projects Fund
The Interreg Slovakia-Czech Republic 2021-2027 cooperation programme announces calls for an administrator for the Small Projects Fund no. INTERREG SK-CZ/FMP/2023/01 and no. INTERREG SK-CZ/FMP/2023/02.
Call Budget: € 7,974,168
Interreg SN-CZ 2024 | 1ST CUT-OFF DATE
The Interreg Saxony – Czech Republic 2021-2027 programme supports cooperation projects that contribute to the further economic, ecological and social development of the common border area.
Call Budget: € 190,456,212
Deadline: 16.10.2023 15:00
Interreg IT-SI | Standard Call 02/2023
The Interreg Programme Italy-Slovenia is open for standard project applications in all three priorities, and all specific objectives of the Programme (except objective ISO1c).
Call budget: € 2,399,956,386
Civil Society Organisations | IPA III
The global objective of this call for proposals is to strengthen CSOs as independent actors of good governance and development in their own right. The action aims to contribute to an inclusive, participatory, empowered, and independent civil society and democratic space in partner countries; and an inclusive and open dialogue with and between Civil Society Organisations.
Call Budget: € 5,500,000
Technical Assistance | Pillar 1 of the Talent Booster Mechanism, Harnessing talent in Europe’s regions | Call for expression of interest.
The Mechanism will support EU regions affected by the accelerated decline of their working age population to train, retain and attract the people, the skills and the competences needed to address the impact of the demographic transition. The target group of the Technical Assistance under Pillar 1 of the TBM are the 46 regions identified by the European Commission as being in a talent development trap – experiencing an accelerated decline of their working age population and lagging levels of tertiary education.
Eligibility: 46 EU regions from 11 Member States