Information to applicants and future beneficiaries
State of play of the first call for projects and future calls
During the last weeks the Joint Secretariat was assessing the 102 applications that passed the second phase of the first call for projects, which closed in January 2017. The Monitoring Committee of the Programme, this year chaired by Portugal, will meet in May to approve the first projects to be funded by the Programme. In the weeks following this meeting, all applicants will be contacted by the Joint Secretariat by email to be informed about the result of their application. Projects selected for approval will then receive additional instructions on how to proceed in the next steps.
Regarding the opening of a second call, the Programme Monitoring Committee have not decided yet on the dates or the type of call that will be held. As soon as this information is available, it will be highly disseminated in our website and social networks..
Published on: 2017-04-07
19.11.2020, Online event
The focus of this conference is to address the adverse effects of climate change on soil, especially on agricultural lands, thus improving the resilience of the Atlantic rural areas
On the agenda are topics such as the importance of international networks and geotourism strategies for the territorial development
18.11.2020, Online event
The video with the recording of the event is now available!
Four Atlantic projects presented as good practices in contributing to a Greener Europe
Join us on this online storymap to learn more about the transnational programmes
The largest European regions event will take place throughout 3 weeks, in a mostly online format and with 70+ Interreg events
A new area on our website collects deliverables to share the wealth of knowledge, experience and good practices of the Atlantic Area projects
New mentoring programme is launched to support early-career, Blue Economy researchers in Europe to improve their innovation and technology transfer skills
Highlighted are the experiences that can be lived in each of the partner regions
The focus goes to the thematic study "World Heritage Site experiences in managing Governance, Population and Tourism issues"