13.04.2018, Swansea (UK)
Info day - Second call for proposals, Interreg Atlantic Area
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
An Interreg Atlantic Area Info Day will be held at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea on Friday, 13 April 2018. 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.
The day will include presentations from the Interreg Atlantic Area UK Contact Point and will provide you with an opportunity to receive up-to-date information, to ask questions directly on project application development and process, and to network.
Please follow this link to register and see the agenda for this session. Places are limited and registration is therefore essential.
UK partners and lead partners are still fully eligible and projects approved at call 2 will have their funding guaranteed even after the UK leaves the European Union in March 2019
Published on: 2018-04-05
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