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179 projects co-financed since 2000

Interreg Alpine Space programme

Interreg is a series of programmes for the cohesion between regions in and out of the European Union. The Interreg Alpine Space programme co-finances and supports cooperation projects across the borders of seven Alpine countries. Since its creation in 2000, it tackles common challenges and improve the quality of life of the 80 million inhabitants of the Alpine region. Within the current period 2021-2027, we are at the forefront of the transition to a unique, carbon neutral and climate resilient European territory: the Alpine Region.

179 projects co-financed since 2000

Interreg Alpine Space programme

Interreg is a series of programmes for the cohesion between regions in and out of the European Union. The Interreg Alpine Space programme co-finances and supports cooperation projects across the borders of seven Alpine countries. Since its creation in 2000, it tackles common challenges and improve the quality of life of the 80 million inhabitants of the Alpine region. Within the current period 2021-2027, we are at the forefront of the transition to a unique, carbon neutral and climate resilient European territory: the Alpine Region.

179 projects co-financed since 2000

Interreg Alpine Space programme

Interreg is a series of programmes for the cohesion between regions in and out of the European Union. The Interreg Alpine Space programme co-finances and supports cooperation projects across the borders of seven Alpine countries. Since its creation in 2000, it tackles common challenges and improve the quality of life of the 80 million inhabitants of the Alpine region. Within the current period 2021-2027, we are at the forefront of the transition to a unique, carbon neutral and climate resilient European territory: the Alpine Region.

179 projects co-financed since 2000

Interreg Alpine Space programme

Interreg is a series of programmes for the cohesion between regions in and out of the European Union. The Interreg Alpine Space programme co-finances and supports cooperation projects across the borders of seven Alpine countries. Since its creation in 2000, it tackles common challenges and improve the quality of life of the 80 million inhabitants of the Alpine region. Within the current period 2021-2027, we are at the forefront of the transition to a unique, carbon neutral and climate resilient European territory: the Alpine Region.

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

ONLINE Kick-off conference

Join us online

Join our virtual conference centre to web stream the plenary sessions: https://alpine-space.live/

The centre will be available on 22 November (entry will open in the morning) and 23 November 2021.

You will need to verify your email address to log in. Please find below some simple explanations on how to use our virtual conference centre.

 

 

We enable solutions for transnational challenges

We are supporting projects, which are developing transnational solutions for transnational challenges of the Alpine region.

 

  • By fostering cooperation between the organisations that can tackle these challenges
  • By co-financing cooperation projects to up to 75% via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

 

The Interreg Alpine Space programme is an Interreg programme. Interreg is a key instrument of the European Union (EU) Cohesion Policy. It is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as well as national contributions from its seven Partner States. For 2021-2027, the programme has a budget of € 107 million ERDF.

We enable solutions for transnational challenges

We are supporting projects, which are developing transnational solutions for transnational challenges of the Alpine region.

 

  • By fostering cooperation between the organisations that can tackle these challenges
  • By co-financing cooperation projects to up to 75% via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

 

The Interreg Alpine Space programme is an Interreg programme. Interreg is a key instrument of the European Union (EU) Cohesion Policy. It is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as well as national contributions from its seven Partner States. For 2021-2027, the programme has a budget of € 107 million ERDF.

We enable solutions for transnational challenges

We are supporting projects, which are developing transnational solutions for transnational challenges of the Alpine region.

 

  • By fostering cooperation between the organisations that can tackle these challenges
  • By co-financing cooperation projects to up to 75% via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

 

The Interreg Alpine Space programme is an Interreg programme. Interreg is a key instrument of the European Union (EU) Cohesion Policy. It is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as well as national contributions from its seven Partner States. For 2021-2027, the programme has a budget of € 107 million ERDF.

We enable solutions for transnational challenges

We are supporting projects, which are developing transnational solutions for transnational challenges of the Alpine region.

 

  • By fostering cooperation between the organisations that can tackle these challenges
  • By co-financing cooperation projects to up to 75% via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

 

The Interreg Alpine Space programme is an Interreg programme. Interreg is a key instrument of the European Union (EU) Cohesion Policy. It is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as well as national contributions from its seven Partner States. For 2021-2027, the programme has a budget of € 107 million ERDF.

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Upcoming events

05 - 07 Sep 2022
AlpWeek 2022 on 5-7 September
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20 Sep - 20 Aug 2022
Final conference of the project Montana174
The DG-REGIO project Montana174 will hold its final conference on 20 September in Brussels.
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20 - 21 Sep 2022
LinkingAlps final conference
The final event of the project LinkingAlps will be held on 20 & 21 September in Aix-en-Provence.
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    EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP)

    The EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP) is a macro-regional strategy for the Alpine area. Created in 2015, it is based on a joint initiative of seven Alpine states (Austria, France, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) and 48 regions and regions. It aims at strengthening cooperation to address common challenges of the Alpine region in a more effective way.

    The Interreg Alpine Space programme contributes to the goals of EUSALP.

    For further information on EUSALP please check the EUSALP website: EUSALP | Homepage (alpine-region.eu)

    To find out more about macro-regional strategies, have a look at the Inforegio website: Macro-Regional Strategies – Regional Policy – European Commission (europa.eu)

     

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    In 2021-2027, the Interreg Alpine Space programme co-finances projects contributing to four main objectives or priorities. Each priority can be declined in specific objectives, which define the direction in which we want to develop the Alpine region.