The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

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Monday, 27 March, 2023
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For information about the 2014-2020 projects, their results as well as stories, you may wish to review the project database:

For a compiled look into the 2014-2020 programme and its achievements, please have a look at the result packages

The final evaluation report for the Interreg Central Baltic 2014-2020 Programme showed that it was a successful programme as it attracted a large number of projects which furthered the programme objectives.
Read more: Final report of the Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020
For a quick overview, see the Summary video.

Contact information is available on the current programme website. ... Read more

MC-SC-MC meeting in Tallin

Tuesday, 14 March, 2023
Between 8-9 March 2023, the official bodies for both periods met in Tallinn to review the 2014-2020 programme and to have a look into the current future of the 2021-2027 programme. Over the two days, we heard interesting insights from those involved in evaluating the programme, programme staff, projects and those who partook in project activities. In addition, a look towards the future was cast by fresh 2021-2027 projects. We want to warmly thank all participants for joining the celebration of the past (and new) programming period.
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New results published

Wednesday, 8 February, 2023
New results! We have published more than 10 new results from the 2014-2020 programme.

Starting this week, we're doing a short series over at Facebook that highlights selected projects and results from the 2014-2020 programme. All results are available at the usual place:

PS. The last projects finished their implementation at the end of 2022 and thus, more results can still be expected.     ... Read more

Hello from iSEE-project! 

Monday, 21 November, 2022
Written by Heidi Myyryläinen from project iSee
It is time to look back to the iSEE-project and share our results. iSEE-project has been funded by the Central Baltic -programme. Together we, LAB University of Applied Sciences, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, University of Tartu, and Riga Technical University developed aligned social entrepreneurship education for bachelor’s degree students in our institutions. 

Cross-border learning

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Cooperation across borders ensured that even the smallest of guest ports could improve their infrastructure and services to meet modern safety and environmental standards.

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15 projects are still implementing

Thursday, 3 November, 2022
Statistically seen, almost 90% of the 2014-2020 period projects have now finished implementing. In other words, this means that approximately 10%, or 15 projects are still very much active. So, even if the year is nearing its end, there’s much to see and follow. For example, many projects are holding (or have just held) their final seminar. ... Read more

Exhibitions are open

Monday, 3 October, 2022
We're finally there! Starting today, our final event photo exhibitions are open in Helsinki and Tallinn. Tomorrow, they are followed by Mariehamn and Riga. Next week Stockholm opens along with another location in Helsinki. Exciting times! 

Check all venues and times from our dedicated exhibition page :) ... Read more

Exhibitions about to open

Friday, 30 September, 2022

We are almost there. Starting at the beginning of October, the first #cbexhibitions open in Tallinn (Tammsaare park), Helsinki (EU infopoint at the main library), Riga (Galerija Centrs shopping mall) and In Mariehamn (Esplanaden alley). More information about the exhibition on the dedicated page and also in our social media channels. ... Read more

Gastrotourism for thriving islands

Wednesday, 21 September, 2022
Project EPIG (Educating Professionals on Islands in GastroTourism) has partners from two islands – Åland Vocational School on Åland and Kuressaare Regional Training Center on Saaremaa (Estonia). Together the partners developed a gastrotourism study programme for vocational education. The curriculum includes five learning modules needed for preparing the students and enterprises for a new trend in tourism and restaurant industry that combines pleasure of travelling and eating. The essence of gastrotourism is to have a story to tell and to offer high quality local food. ... Read more

B.Green makes cities greener

Monday, 12 September, 2022
B.Green project had its final event in Tallinn on 2-3 September. On the first day, the project results and successes were presented in a seminar including an interesting panel discussion “Towards greener cities”. ... Read more