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ENI CBC BSB 2014-2020

ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020 is part of European Union’s Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) under its European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI). The overall objective is to improve the welfare of the people in the Black Sea Basin regions through sustainable growth and joint environmental protection.

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Interreg NEXT BSB 2021-2027

Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027 will strengthen the existing links between the participating countries and build new ones in the field of research and innovation and environmental protection. The Programme will therefore build upon and deepen the cross-border cooperation in the Black Sea Basin area in a transnational configuration.

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  • 31 Oct 02 Nov
    LitOUTer (BSB785) – International symposium

    The beneficiaries of the project Raising Public Awareness and Reducing Marine Litter for Protection of the Black Sea Ecosystem - LitOUTer (BSB785) are organising an international symposium with the slogan “Common Sea, Common Solution”.

    Trabzon, Turkiye
  • 07 Nov 08 Nov
    Interreg Youth Road Show in Southeast Europe

    On the European Year of Youth (2022), we want to put young people's projects in the spotlight.
    In this context, Interact Programme in collaboration with the programmes INTERREG Balkan Mediterranean , IPA CBC Greece – Republic of North Macedonia , INTERREG Greece-Bulgaria and ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme are co-organising a “Youth Road Show”.

    Thessaloniki and Serres, Greece
  • 08 Nov 09 Nov
    International Fair on Heritage and Culture-Based Experiential Tourism

    PROEXTOUR (BSB1145) - International Fair on Heritage and Culture-Based Experiential Tourism

    Varna, Bulgaria
  • 10 Nov
    Info-day in Republic of Moldova

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
  • 15 Nov
    Info-day in Georgia

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Tbilisi, Georgia
  • 15 Nov
    Info-day in Ukraine

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Ukraine (online event)
  • 15 Nov
    Info-day in Greece

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Kavala, Greece
  • 22 Nov
    Info-day in Romania

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Constanta, Romania
  • 23 Nov
    Info-day in Turkiye

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Istanbul, Turkiye
  • 24 Nov
    Info-day in Bulgaria

    Managing Authority with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

    Varna, Bulgaria
  • 24 Nov
    Final conference

    BSB867 ARHICUP - Final Conference

    Constanta, Romania

LitOUTer (BSB785) – International symposium

Beneficiaries Events

Trabzon, Turkiye

October 31 - November 2, 2022

The beneficiaries of the project Raising Public Awareness and Reducing Marine Litter for Protection of the Black Sea Ecosystem - LitOUTer (BSB785) are organising during 31 October-2 November 2022, an international symposium with the slogan “Common Sea, Common Solution”.

Marine litter is known as an important environmental problem in the Black Sea. This problem can be reduced by individual, social, institutional, and international cooperation awareness actions. Legal infrastructures regarding marine litter have been almost completed within the framework of national and international directives also national legislation, however, the expected positive outcomes have not been achieved due to the lack of public awareness.

LitOUTer project aims to raise awareness among children (primary, secondary, and high school) and adults (university students, housewives, religious leaders, fisheries, agriculture, tourism sector, public institutions, and NGOs) through training and education activities supported by awareness materials appropriate to the level of interest of each stakeholder.

In the project, the transportation of solid wastes triggered by humans from the source to the sea, their accumulation, ecological, social, and public health effects have been revealed, and the motivation to find solutions to the common problem has been developed.

Within the scope of the project, the entry, transport, and accumulation of waste from the source to the sea was modelled, and the magnitude of the effect was presented visually to the decision-makers and stakeholders. The national and international results of the project activities and studies on marine litter for twenty-six months will be presented in this symposium.

Note: The symposium will be hybrid (face-to-face and online) and the working language will be English (Turkish-English-Turkish translation will be provided).

To register your participation, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Read more on the project website: LitOUTer

Interreg Youth Road Show in Southeast Europe

Stakeholders Events

Thessaloniki and Serres, Greece

November 7 and 8, 2022

On the European Year of Youth (2022), we want to put young people's projects in the spotlight.

In this context, Interact Programme in collaboration with the programmes INTERREG Balkan Mediterranean IPA CBC Greece – Republic of North Macedonia INTERREG  Greece-Bulgaria  and ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme are co-organising a “Youth Road Show”.

The main objective is to promote:

  • The visibility of Interreg results focused on young people.
  • The exchange with project promoters and beneficiaries of the area of their challenges and needs.
  • Lay the foundations for future synergies and collaborations between Interreg Programmes, so as between Interreg and other EU funds that will bring additional benefits to the region.

During 7 and 8 of November 2022, approximately 30 participants, representatives of local and regional authorities, members of the European Parliament and the European Commission, Interreg, ESF and Managing Authorities of other programmes such as ERASMUS+, youth projects of the area, as well as the local/national press, will visit Interreg projects and can see first-hand their impact on the area of ​​Thessaloniki and Serres.

The agenda of the event is available HERE.

International Fair on Heritage and Culture-Based Experiential Tourism

Beneficiaries Events

Varna, Bulgaria

November 8-9, 2022

The beneficiaries of the project Promoting Heritage- and Culture-based Experiential Tourism in the Black Sea Basin – PROEXTOUR (BSB1145) are organizing on November 8-9, 2022, in Varna, the International Fair on Heritage and Culture-Based Experiential Tourism.

This international fair focuses on the experience economy as a global trend. The modern consumer requests value-added services – those that stimulate the senses and create memories for a lifetime. Companies from all sectors must deploy their creativity to meet this new demand and offer a top-level experience.

And yet – this is a big challenge for the tourism industry. Small and large operators in it, together and individually, must be able to combine the richness of history with the possibilities of the future, natural resources with digital technologies, and personalization with automation. How can this happen, what techniques and tools can be used and what cooperation can be ensured? In several of the event presentations relating to, the organizers will provide detailed advice.:

  • Marketing and promotion of experiences;
  • Technologies and innovations for experiential tourism and travel;
  • Public policies in support of sustainable tourism;
  • Networking and collaboration.

The agenda of the event is available here.

The event can be followed live on the project Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/PROEXTOUR.

Info-day in Republic of Moldova

Programme Events

Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

November 10, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, the event is planned for 10 November 2022, face-to-face event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 5 November 2022.

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

Info-day in Georgia

Programme Events

Tbilisi, Georgia

November 15, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Tbilisi, Georgia, the event is planned for 15 November 2022, face-to-face event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 10 November 2022

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

Info-day in Ukraine

Programme Events

Ukraine (online event)

November 15, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Ukraine, the event is planned for 15 November 2022, online event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 10 November 2022

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

Info-day in Greece

Programme Events

Kavala, Greece

November 15, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Kavala, Greece the event is planned for 15 November 2022, face-to-face event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 10 November 2022

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

Info-day in Romania

Programme Events

Constanta, Romania

November 22, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Constanta, Romania the event is planned for 22 November 2022, face-to-face event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 17 November 2022

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE. 

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

 

Info-day in Turkiye

Programme Events

Istanbul, Turkiye

November 23, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Istanbul, Turkiye the event is planned for 23 November 2022, face-to-face event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 18 November 2022

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

 

Info-day in Bulgaria

Programme Events

Varna, Bulgaria

November 24, 2022

The draft Application Pack for the 1st Call for proposals to be launched in the framework of Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme, is now open for public consultation (for more information, please check HERE).

In this context, the Managing Authority, with the support of the Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM (Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC Programmes) is organizing information events for potential applicants in each participating country.

In Varna, Bulgaria the event is planned for 24 November 2022, face-to-face event. To register your participation, click HERE. Registration is open until 18 November 2022

Objectives of the event

  • To raise awareness on the key aspects of the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027;
  • To introduce key elements of the first call for proposals;
  • To provide information, training and tips on the main steps in preparing transnational project proposals.

Target Groups

Potential applicants registered and located in one of Programme eligible regions, falling under one of the categories below:

  • Local, regional and, if needed for the project purpose, national authorities;
  • Bodies governed by public law, such as state/regional owned institutes, universities and educational institutions, tourism and regional development agencies, cultural and archaeological associations/institutions, nature park and protected areas management bodies and research institutes;
  • Non-profit organizations, such as associations, unions, foundations, private universities if their legal status is of a non-profit organization, Euro regions, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation.

IMPORTANT! Participants should register for the event organized in the country where they are registered and located. 

The Agenda for the event may be consulted HERE

Click HERE to download the presentations delivered during the event.

Final conference

Beneficiaries Events

Constanta, Romania

November 24, 2022

Museum for National History and Archaeology Constanţa (Romania) is organizing the final conference.

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