Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE has supported transnational cooperation in central Europe for more than 20 years.
Our funding helps regions and cities to become stronger and more resilient without reinventing the wheel.
We are building trust beyond borders and connect people to work together on
innovation, low carbon topics, natural and cultural heritage as well as transport and mobility.
Now the time has come to take our cooperation forward. This January marks the beginning of a new cycle for European funding.
A new call for transnational cooperation in central Europe is taking a shape following round of discussions of our programme member states. Details will be further fine-tuned and finalised over coming months before launching the call in the second half of this year.
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The Working Group Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE 2021-27 was established in June 2018 and formalised on 14 November 2019.
The group consists of delegates from all partner states and an observer from the European Commission. It is responsible for steering the drafting process of the new programme and chaired by the chair of the current Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE 2014-2020 monitoring committee. The drafting of the new programme as well as the accompanying strategic environmental assessment (SEA) will be supported by external experts. The managing authority and joint secretariat of the current programme will also contribute.
8-9 june 2021 | ONLINE
12TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
28-29 january 2021 | ONLINE
10TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
24-25 SEPTEMBER 2020 | ONLINE
8TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
05 DECEMBER 2019 | BUDAPEST
6TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
(1ST MEETING AFTER FORMALISATION)
25-26 MARCH 2021 | ONLINE
11TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
25-26 NOVEMBER 2020 | ONLINE
9TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
19-20 MAY 2020 | ONLINE
7TH MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP
FIRST FIVE MEETINGS OF THE WORKING GROUP
In September and October we carried out a survey among selected national thematic experts to collect inputs for the future programme strategy. The aim was to find out, in which thematic fields our partners perceive the highest needs for transnational cooperation to meet future challenges.
At the EU Week of Regions and Cities 2019, we hosted a participatory session, in which practitioners and policy makers shared their views and ideas on the future orientation of our programme. Inputs collected informed the territorial analysis.
>>> Read more about the session
In November we invited selected national thematic experts to discuss national strategic preferences and build consensus on future policy choices. We also used the workshop to collect initial inputs regarding potential topics, actions and target audiences.