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Swedish Institute: Seed Funding Baltic Sea Neighbourhood Programme | 17 September 2024

The Swedish Institute (SI) is currently calling for applications to the Seed Funding strand of its Baltic Sea Neighbourhood Programme, granting between SEK 100,000 and 400,000, approximately EUR 8,750 to 35,000 to lay the foundation for cooperation projects with partners in the EU countries around the Baltic Sea and in the EU's eastern neighborhood.

The potentially received funding can among other things be allocated to the preparaton of applications, concept development and identifying partners for the future projects targeting cross-border challenges and opportunities. Presented projects should have a duration of six to 15 months and partnerships must consist of a legal entity based in Sweden as the main applicant, responsible for the project’s implementation and reporting as well as actors from at least two other countries. Eligible countries for Swedish organisations to partner with are Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland labeled as core EU Countries, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine as core Non-EU countries and Denmark, Finland and Germany as additional countries. 

SI offers multiple information seminars and Q&A sessions for the Swedish Main Applicants throughout the duration of the open call:

Information Seminar:

  • 14 August 2024 (10.00-11.30 CET)

Q&A Sessions for Swedish Main Applicants:

  • 27 August 2024 (10.00-11.30 CET)

  • 05 September 2024 (13.00-14.30 CET)

  • 09 September 2024 (9.30-11.00 CET)


Ready to start collaborating? Find updates on the information sessions, more general information on the application process and the registration link itself here.

Deadline: 17 September  2024

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