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Call for project applications open for Interreg Central Baltic

Interreg Central Baltic programme has opened the third call for project applications until 27 February 2017.

The third call is foreseen to be the last call in which all priorities are open for applications. If realised, later calls are likely to be targeted by content or scope. Detailed information about the specific objectives or topics where applications are especially welcomed, can be found on programme website on the what type of projects are needed - page: http://centralbaltic.eu/content/what-kind-projects-are-needed.

 

More details on the application process: http://centralbaltic.eu/content/third-call-open-now.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Regional workshop on better connectivity with North Sea-Baltic Corridor, Helsinki, Finland
VASAB Secretariat as one of the project`s “North Sea–Baltic Connector of Regions” (NSB CoRe) partners is inviting You to participate in Regional workshop on better connectivity with North Sea – Baltic corridor in Finland, Northern Sweden and Northern Estonia.
 
Workshop is being organised as a part of the elaboration process of Joint transnational spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility of NSB CoRe corridor and we invite relevant stakeholders to share their knowledge and experience. It is planned to discuss opportunities for better connection of North Sea – Baltic Core Network Corridor with regional/urban networks and elaborate a SWOT analysis for the northern part of NSB CoRe corridor.
After being presented to the 2nd Baltic MSP Forum, the initial outcomes of Baltic Sea Region MSP Data Expert Sub-group are now available for wider public
Upon the given tasks MSP Data Expert Sub-group has identified main transboundary/cross-border MSP themes and developed a relevant list on available data sets necessary for development of coherent maritime spatial plans across the Baltic Sea region.
 
The list on available data sets are structured into 11 themes accordingly to the Directive (2014/89/EU) establishing a framework for maritime spatial planning (MSP Directive). Although for national maritime spatial planning purposes there is a need for wide range of data sets on different scales, MSP Data group agreed on most important data sets which are relevant from transboundary cooperation and consultation perspective. It is noted that other existing maritime spatial plans (both within the country and neighbouring countries) also serve as input information for MSP. 
Baltic MSP Forum: transforming borders into solutions. Watch it online
The 2nd Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum – the biggest regional event of the institutions responsible for maritime spatial planning (MSP) gathering more than 250 participants from 32 countries is taking place on 23-24 November 2016 in Riga, Latvia.
 
This Forum with its 16 interactive workshops provides a platform for discussions among those involved and affected by maritime spatial planning on how to develop and enhance MSP in the Baltic Sea basin.
 
The plenary and the workshops of the first day on 23 November will be streaming online on the Baltic SCOPE website www.balticscope.eu starting at 9:30.
New chapter begins in the story of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

A new communications project is up and running to maintain and develop the communications of the EUSBSR. The project is called “Let’s communicate!” and it has a strong partnership consisting of representatives from Baltic Sea Region countries and pan-Baltic organisations. "Let's communicate!" is the new communication point of the EUSBSR!

Read more about the project HERE

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