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Interreg4C


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Rapport
ID:
890
Akronym:   
Interreg4C
Tittel:
Interreg 4C
Heimeside:
www.interreg4c.net

Bakgrunn og utfordringar
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Authorities and stakeholders at local and regional level have a vital role to play in the achievement of the EU’s strategies for growth, jobs and sustainable development. The exchange, sharing and transfer of policy experience, knowledge and good practices will contribute to the success of this objective.

The INTERREG IVC Programme is part of the European Territorial Cooperation Objective of the Structural Fund policies for the period 2007-2013. It aims, by means of interregional cooperation, to improve the effectiveness of regional development policies and contribute to economic modernisation and increased competitiveness of Europe, by:

  • Enabling local and regional actors across the EU to exchange their experiences and knowledge;
  • Matching regions less experienced in a certain policy field with more advanced regions;
  • Ensuring the transfer of good practices into Structural Funds mainstream programmes.

INTERREG IVC follows on from the INTERREG IIIC Programme that ran from 2002-2007. You can download here a presentation showing the main characteristics of the INTERREG IVC Programme, and the differences from INTERREG IIIC.

The INTERREG IVC Programme is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), whose principles and regulations are laid down in Council Regulation N° 1083/2006 (General Regulation), Council and Parliament Regulation N° 1080/2006 (ERDF Regulation) and Commission Regulation N° 1828/2006 (Implementation Regulation).

The principles and regulations for projects developed within the Programme are laid down in the Operational Programme, which was officially approved by the European Commission on 11th September 2007.

Strategi:
The programme provides funding for all regions of Europe plus Switzerland and Norway (regional and local public authorities) to exchange and transfer knowledge and good practice.

Two main priorities are targeted: ‘Innovation and Knowledge economy’ and ‘Environment and Risk prevention’. These priorities reflect the strategy of the European Union to encourage growth and jobs in line with the Lisbon and Gothenburg Strategy.
Status:
Oppstarta
Vedtak:
Sektor:
Innbyggjarane, Kulturarven, Naturarven, Næringslivet, Turistane, Ungdom, Miljø, FoU, Offentleg
Tidfesting av statusendringar:
År forslag 2006
År godkjent: 2007
År oppstarta: 2013
Internasjonal status:
målgrupper, aktivitetar, finansiering, deltaking
Verkemiddel område:
EU, Switzerland, Norway
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