Guidance for applicants

Factsheets

Using its transnational cooperation expertise, the 2021-2027 Programme wants to jointly:

‘Promote a green, smart and just transition for all NWE territories with the aim to support a balanced development and make all regions more resilient’.

To deliver this ambition, the Programme has identified five thematic priorities, each of which is sub-divided into Specific Objectives (SO).

The Programme developed factsheets for each SO with a summary of the territorial challenges and opportunities, objectives, target groups, activities, and results.

The factsheets provide for each Specific Objective (SO) a summary of the territorial challenges and opportunities, objectives, target groups, activities, and results. These are designed to help potential applicants understand what is expected from projects under each topic.

Please note, however, that the comprehensive description of each SO, which contains detailed explanations and further examples should be consulted for a full understanding of the SO in Chapter 2.1 of the NWE Interreg Programme (NWE IP). An updated version of the NWE IP will be available by mid-February.

 

 

NWE Programme area map

Seven countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, The Netherlands and Switzerland) have confirmed their participation in the Interreg North-West Europe Programme 2021-2027.

The detailed NWE Programme area map with the NWE regions covered in 2021-2027 is available here.

Application process

Access here the infographic explaining our two-step application process.

Intervention logic

The Interreg NWE intervention logic is available here.

Step 1 documents

Step 1 application form

The step 1 application form is a word version of what applicants will find on the Interreg NWE Joint electronic submission system (Jems) and need to fill in to submit a step 1 application.

Please note that this document is made available for demonstration and information purposes only.

Step 1 assessment criteria

The step 1 assessment criteria against which every project application will be assessed to establish its relevance and feasibility. Decisions on whether to grant funding will be based on this document.  

Step 1 eligibility criteria

The step 1 eligibility criteria, which are the list of criteria each project must comply with to be declared eligible.

Step 2 documents

Step 2 application form

The step 2 application form is a word version of what approved step 1 applicants will find on the Interreg NWE Joint electronic submission system (Jems) and need to fill in to submit a step 2 application.

Please note that this document is made available for demonstration and information purposes only.

Project Partnership Agreement (template)

This is a template agreement document between the lead partner and partners of an Interreg North-West Europe project.

This document serves as an example only. It must be negotiated between partners and tailored to the partnership’s individual needs. The programme authorities cannot be held liable for the content nor for the use of this model. The project partnership remains fully responsible for the content of the project partnership agreement which cannot contain any provision contrary to the subsidy contract.

Subsidy Contract (draft template) - English-French

You will find here the draft version of the subsidy contract to be signed between the Managing Authority of the NWE Programme and the Lead Partners of approved step 2 projects.

JEMS

The NWE Joint Electronic Monitoring System (Jems) is an online system covering the full project life cycle within one monitoring tool.

Project proposals, both at step 1 and step 2 of NWE calls must be submitted in English and only through Jems.

Further information is available here.

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