EU Funding Programme

Interreg Europe

Judicial cooperation, training and initiatives

Interreg Europe helps regional and local government across Europe to develop and deliver better policy by creating an environment and opportunities for sharing solutions. Their aim is to ensure that government investment, innovation and implementation efforts lead to integrated and sustainable impact for people and place. Any actions developed with financial support from Interreg Europe must fall into one of the four categories:

  1. Research and innovation
  2. SMEs competitiveness
  3. Low-Carbon economy
  4. Environment and resource efficiency

Interreg Europe’s main support services include (1) interregional cooperation projects and (2) policy learning platforms. The beneficiaries that can be assisted financially by Interreg Europe can be public authorities, managing authorities/ intermediate bodies, and other organizations (such as agencies, research institutes, thematic and non-profit organizations).

The Managing Authority responsible for the implementation of the MED programme in Malta is the Funds and Programmes Division (FPD).

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  • NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS
  • FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS
  • INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
  • NATIONAL PUBLIC BODIES
  • LOCAL PUBLIC BODIES
  • VARIOUS
  • EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
  • SOCIAL PARTNER
  • NATURAL PERSON/S
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            [post_content] => The fourth call for proposals shall also focus on interregional cooperation projects i.e. ‘classic’ interregional cooperation projects. It is likely that all thematic priorities under this Programme will be open. These consist of:

a. Strengthening research, technological development and innovation;
b. Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs;
c. Supporting the shift towards a low carbon economy in all sectors and
d.  Protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency.

Public bodies and bodies governed by public law from all 28 European Member States are eligible for a co-financing rate of 85%, whereas private non-profit bodies may receive 75% co-financing.
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Deadline June 22, 2018

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