Programme Monitoring Committee meeting held in Lisbon
On the last 29 November, the Atlantic Area programme’s Monitoring Committee met in Lisbon under the Portuguese Presidency
On the last 29 November, the Atlantic Area programme’s Monitoring Committee met in Lisbon under the Portuguese Presidency, chaired by Agência para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão.
During the meeting it was discussed the current programme development with highlight on the Interreg Post-2020 and the state-of-play of the project's contractualisation process.
We also reflected on the approach for the second call for projects. This call will take place in the first half of 2018, however the dates are not yet defined. As soon as we have this information it will be widely disseminated.
Published on: 2017-12-11
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Practical steps for facilitating the use of marine biological resources for commercial R&D in the context of new Access & Benefit Sharing legal framework (Nagoya Protocol)
If you did not had the opportunity to follow this session, watch the live stream video on facebook and check out the presentations made by our team to help you prepare your second call proposal
The agenda for this session is now available. The event will be live stream through our Facebook page
Appllicants and beneficiaries have now at their disposal the Programme Manual in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese versions
The 'Ministerio de Hacienda y Función Publica' hosts today in Madrid, a seminar for beneficiaries and controllers of the first call for proposals
13.04.2018, Swansea (UK)
The session is open to all UK stakeholders interested in applying and/or currently involved in developing a project application for the current Atlantic Area Interreg programme second call
This manual has been revised and updated to support beneficiaries in the implementation of their projects. It is also usefull for applicants of the 2nd call.
The second call is open from 15.03.2018 to 01.06.2018 (by 1.00 pm Lisbon time). Potential applicants are invited to...
The Interreg Atlantic Area Programme is part of a joint paper highlighting the value of transnational cooperation