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How INTERREG IVC will work for you? Michel Lamblin | Programme Director

How INTERREG IVC will work for you? Michel Lamblin | Programme Director

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  1. How INTERREG IVC will work for you? Michel Lamblin | Programme Director

  2. A reminder of IIIC • The model • IVC/IIIC: similarities and differences • A new set-up • A new identity • Points of attention for applicants

  3. The Hanseatic League • Duration of the operation: 5 centuries (1200 - 1700) • Theme: economic and political cooperation • Lead Partner: Lübeck (free imperial city) • Partners: approx. 200 towns (such as Rostock, Hamburg, • Riga...) and 4 main counters (foreign trading post) in London, Bruges, Bergen and Novgorod. • Priorities: - to secure shipping activities against pirates/brigands • - to protect common commercial interests • Type of partnership: each member contributes financially and through military forces; no legal framework, no committee

  4. IVC/IIIC: similarities and differences • similarities • same budget (about 320 MEUR) • same core objective “to improve the efficiency of regional and local policies and instruments” • same ways to achieve this objective“exchange of experience and transfer of good practice” • same methodology • all EU Regions eligible

  5. IVC/IIIC: similarities and differences • differences • new thematic focus: “Innovation and Environment” • a new rate: 75% - 85% • a new structure (1 programme, 1 MC, 1 MA, 1 JTS) • new types of interventions, emphasising not only exchange of experience, but also transfer of good practice and capitalisation

  6. INTERREG IVC’s thematic priorities (1 of 2) • Priority 1: Innovation and the knowledge economy • innovation, research and technology development; • entrepreneurship and SMEs; • the information society; • employment, human capital and education.

  7. INTERREG IVC – Management structures

  8. INTERREG IVC’s thematic priorities (2 of 2) • Priority 2: Environment and risk prevention • natural and technological risks (including climate change); • water management; • waste management; • biodiversity and preservation of natural heritage (incl. air quality); • energy and sustainable transport; • cultural heritage and landscape.

  9. INTERREG IVC - Organisation of the Joint Technical Secretariat

  10. Information points • Rostock (IBSH), Germany:Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Norway; • Katowice (MRD), Poland, with support from the City of Vienna: Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania; • Valencia (GV), Spain: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain • Lille (RNPC), France: Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Switzerland

  11. A new identity • gearing up • leverage effect • propagation • bounding • dissemination

  12. (points of attention for applicants) -I- • time: • money: all budget is available • give priority to • quality • added value • results

  13. (points of attention for applicants) -II- • partnership • you should know each other before starting • so let’s meet, at least once, before applying

  14. (points of attention for applicants) -III- • preparation of a project: • to prepare the running of your operation: make sure that your financial manager will • work closely with your coordinator and your • controller

  15. (points of attention for applicants) -V- • everything is written and explained on the websitewww.interreg4c.net* to download the programme or the application pack * to look at the Frequently asked questions * to search for project ideas or partners • look at all existing documents • send an email to the JTS as prior way of communication

  16. www.interreg4c.net

  17. Thanks • Thanks to: • Susanne, Elisabeth, Esben, Guy, Armando, Jean, Alain, Pat, Klaus, Ronald, Walther, Barbara, Maria, Pablo, Esperanza, Marvi, Helena, Colin, Eveline, Fausta, Viktoria, Manuela, Simona, Thomas, Michel, Jan, Daniel, Martine, Jean-Luc, André-Jean, Stéphane, Pascale, Thomas, Alexandre, Maurice, Jean-Marie, Yves, Antoine, Sébastien, Derek, Ruut, Mark,Christine, Manoëlle, Ria, Sabine, Ilka, Hansjörg, Claude, Benoît, Christophe, Tim, Stephen, Tom, Gerry, Jean-Pierre, Iskra, Boriana, Dimana, Angelina, Marilena, Adonis, Anthi, Helena, Alice, Michael, Kaja, Katrine, Krista, Henn, Petri, Kari, Hakan, Thierry, Marie-José, Kirsten, Anastasia, Mathilde, Zsuzsanna, Béla, Domenico, Marinella, Rossella, Arina, Irana, Julina, Tomas, Emile, Jean-Claude, Caroline, Celia, Toine, Bob, Pal, Arve, Aneta, Teresa, Raquel, Francisco, Francesca, Vitor, Fernando, Jose, Maria Magdalena, Roxana, Andreea, Linda, Marek, Marcel, Anja, Tanja, Marian, Eric, AnneMargaret, John and all members of the IIIC & IVC JTS, the Portuguese government, Admicos, interpreters & caterers. • Special thanks finally to Nuala and Laetitia, who prepared this Forum for our comfort. Thank you!