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Interreg NWE Programme 2021-2027

Interreg NWE has formally started the process aimed at designing a new programme which will run in the next seven years (2021-2027). An Interreg NWE task force (NTF) made of delegations from each country involved in the future NWE Programme was launched at the end of 2019. The pages below cover the different aspects of this process and present all the available information. Disclaimer: the priorities, objectives area and process outlined in the sections below are the outcome of the Programme's first discussions, which are still on-going. Hence, the information mentioned here is only indicative at this stage of the process and might evolve in the coming months, both in their wording and scope. What is listed below may not be included in the final Interreg Programme (the official background document of Interreg NWE).

About the Programme 2021-2027

The dedicated task force set up to design the next NWE Programme (NTF) debated the proposals formulated by dedicated working groups and has made the final decisions. At last NTF meeting on 6 October 2021, Member state representatives agreed on a draft Interreg Programme, including five priorities and nine specific objectives for the future NWE Programme to focus on.

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Interreg NWE Call 1

The first Interreg NWE call for projects in the 2021-2027 closed on Wednesday 15 June at 12.00 pm noon CET (11.00 am GMT). This call was open to all programme priorities and Specific Objectives (SOs). Over the lifetime of the Programme, € 287 million of ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) will be allocated to projects. No ceiling is set for this call.

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On this page we gathered the answers to the frequently asked questions the NWE Programme receives.

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NWE online community

Join the NWE community! Register to our brand-new online community to network, find potential partners and get in touch with them, add your project idea or browse those in the pipeline.

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Jems: The project application and monitoring system

The NWE Joint Electronic Monitoring System (Jems) is a customised version of the common monitoring system developed by the Interact Programme, which is used by a large community of Interreg programmes.

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