Second call

Originally scheduled for March 29, 2024, the new submission deadline is now set for April 3, 2024, 14:00 PM CET.

The 2nd call for proposals of the Danube Region Programme is open from 2 November 2023 until 3 April 2024. The 2nd call is organised according to a one-step procedure where the applicants have to submit an application package, including a fully developed Application Form (AF), through Jems by 3 April 2024, 14:00 Central European Time (CET).

Eligible areas of support: 

The 2nd call for proposals is open for applicants to the programme specific objectives (SO) SO2.2, SO2.3, SO2.4, SO3.1, SO3.2, SO3.3 and to SO 4.2.:‚Äč

SO

Status in 2nd Call for Proposals

 Interreg funds per Priority in EUR

  Indicative allocation per SO in EUR

SO 1.1

Closed

 

 

SO 1.2

Closed

 

 

SO 2.1

Closed

 

 

SO 2.2

Open

15 339 422,00

5 960 525,00

SO 2.3

Open

4 524 737,00

SO 2.4

Open

4 854 160,00

SO 3.1

Open

15 228 726,00

4 563 214,00

SO 3.2

Open

4 563 214,00

SO 3.3

Open

6 102 298,00

SO 4.2

Open

8 181 765,00

8 181 765,00

Total

 

38 749 913,00

 

 

Financial allocation:

As indicated above, the Danube Region Programme has allocated 38 749 913,00 EUR Interreg funds for the second call for proposals. 

Who can apply?

Eligible applicants include public authorities, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, research organizations, and other relevant stakeholders from the Danube region. Each project has to involve at least three financing project partners from three different countries of the programme area.

DOCUMENTS

The following documents have to be consulted by the applicants in order to submit a successful application form:

The documents to fill in and submit alongside the application form:

Programme support for applicants 

Applicants can request individual consultations for their project ideas with the MA/JS by sending an email to the Project Officer in charge of the programme specific objective addressed in their project proposal. For general advice and information, we recommend to consult the respective National Contact Point.
 
We have launched new matchmaking platform to help applicants find the right project partners and allow organisations within the programme's geographical area to join projects applying to the open call for proposal. 
 

In October and November, we held a series of webinars to help applicants learn about transnational project generation, the application process as well as to learn all about our programme specific objectives. After each webinar, we made the recordings and presentations available on our YouTube channel and published them also in the tables below.

In addition to the webinars hosted by the programme's Joint Secretariat, applicants can also participate in national info days. Please check the upcoming sessions and complete the registration below. 

 

In November 2023, and February 2024, 3 lead applicant webinars were organised, covering essential content related to key features of the call and project generation:  

Lead applicant webinar topics

Webinar recording + presentation

  • Quality, eligibility, communication requirements, financial management and intervention logic
 
 

In October and November 2023, MA/JS hosted thematic focusing on ours specific objectives (SOs) that each project must contribute to in order to get support:

Thematic webinar topics

 Webinar recordings + presentations 
  • Research and innovation
  • Skills for smart specialisation, industrial transition and entrepreneurship
  • Renewable energy 
  • Institutional capacities for macro-regional governance 
  • Culture and sustainable tourism
  • Labour markets and access to quality employment
  • Education, training and lifelong learning
  • Climate change adaptation and disaster risk prevention 
  • Water and sediment management
  • Protection and preservation of the nature and biodiversity

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)