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SWEDISH INSTITUTE - call for proposals 15.11.2023 - 15.02.2023
Today, November 15, the Swedish Institute announced a call for international projects. If you want to start or expand cooperation in the field of sustainable economic, environmental and social development in the EU countries bordering the Baltic Sea and in the EU's eastern neighborhood, we encourage you to read the terms and conditions of the competition.
What is the Neighborhood Program in the Baltic Sea Region?
The SI Baltic Sea Neighborhood Program is a program that provides funding for projects in which Swedish organizations work on cross-border challenges and opportunities together with organizations from EU countries bordering the Baltic Sea and EU Eastern Partnership countries.
Funding for cooperation projects is aimed at deepening and further developing cooperation. For example, funds can be used for:
- Build networks and platforms.
- Develop and test models and methods.
- Provide input to policy and strategy.
- Build/spread knowledge and competence.
These are larger projects that will contribute to in-depth, long-term cooperation. You and your partners can apply for up to SEK 1,000,000 for a project you complete within 24 months from the start of the project.
Who can apply?
- A legal entity based in Sweden must be the main applicant and responsible for the project’s implementation and reporting.
- A partnership must include actors in at least three countries (including Swedish main applicant).
- Main applicants and partner organisations can, for example, consist of:
- Non-governmental organisations, foundations
- Local authorities
- Regional authorities
- Government agencies
- Higher education institutions and research institutes
- Intergovernmental organisations
- Business companies
- Business and trade organisations
Which countries are included in the programme?
13 countries from the Baltic Sea region and the EU’s Eastern Partnership are part of the SI Baltic Sea Neighbourhood Programme. The following countries can be part of the partnership:
- Core countries within the EU: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland
- Core countries outside the EU: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
- Additional countries: Denmark, Finland and Germany
Information seminars and Q&A sessions
In connection with the call of funding for cooperation projects within the SI Baltic Sea Neighbourhood Programme, the Swedish Institute is organising online information seminars. The information seminars are primarily aimed at those of you who plan to apply for funding during the ongoing call for proposals. We provide comprehensive information as well as which requirements and guidelines apply. There will be an opportunity to ask questions. Register via the links below:
The Q&A sessions are for those of you who are developing an application during the ongoing call for funding (as the main Swedish applicant). SI will not give a presentation, but this is an open question session that gives you as a Swedish main applicant the opportunity to ask your questions. The session is held in Swedish. Registration links will be posted here and on the Swedish event page soon.
30 January 2024 at 09.30-11.00 (CET)
6 February 2024 at 13.00-14.30 (CET)
How to apply - here
PLEASE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SESSIONS, WHICH ARE SUPPORTIVE AND RESOLVE ANY QUESTIONABLE ISSUES!