3rd Call for projects
Investment priority 1B
Increased research and innovation in the cross border region in strategic sectors and sectors with strong complementarity
Increase the cross border transfer and dissemination of good innovative practices in strategic sectors and sectors with strong complementarity
Investment priority 3D
Create, develop and jointly use developments and support devices for SMEs to access the market
Investment priority 6C
Enhance and develop creative, innovative and sustainable cross border heritage through tourism
Investment priority 6B
Develop integrated and sustainable management of natural resources and cross border ecosystems
Investment priority 5B
Anticipate and manage natural, technological and industrial risks and emergencies
Investment priority 9A
Strengthen and sustain the networking and provision of cross border health services to the population
Investment priority 8ETC
Strengthen and sustain the networking and provision of cross border social services to the population
Promote employment, cross border labour mobility and labour market integration
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The European territorial cooperation programme Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen is part of a desire to promote economic and social exchanges between four border regions:
Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen is a crossborder cooperation programme. It stems from the desire to promote exchanges between the territories on both sides of the Franco-Belgian border, in the Regions Hauts-de-France and Grand Est, in Wallonia and in Flanders.
The Interreg programme’s main objective is to provide support to projects aimed at solving cross-border challenges. The programme seeks to share knowledge and practices while developing the potentials of each region, and this, for the benefit of the population of this area.
Overall, 170 million EUR coming from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) has been committed by the programme to support projects under the four following areas of cooperation:
Four fields of cooperation have been identified in the cooperation programme for 2014-2020. The table below summarizes these themes classifying them by priorities and programme objectives.
Priority 1: improving and supporting cross-border cooperation in research and innovation
Programme objective 1: Increase of research and innovation in the cross-border region in strategic sectors and sectors with strong complementarity.
Programme objective 2: Increase of transfer and dissemination of good and innovative practices in strategic sectors and in sectors with strong complementarity in the cross-border area.
Priority 2: improving the competitiveness of SME’s in the cross-border region
Programme objective 3: To create, promote and mutualise the joint development and support devices for SMEs to access new markets.
Priority 3 : Protect and value the environment with an integrated cross-border ressources management
Programme objective 4: To promote and develop creatively, innovatively and sustainably cross-border heritage through tourism.
Programme objective 5: To develop the integrated and sustainable management of natural resources and cross-border ecosystems.
Programme objective 6: To anticipate and manage natural, technological risks and emergencies.
Priority 4 : promoting cohesion and mutual identity of the cross-border territories
Programme objective 7: To strengthen and sustain the networking and the cross-border supply of services on health issues to the population.
Programme objective 8: To strengthen and sustain the networking and the cross-border supply of services to population on social matters
Programme objective 9: To promote employment and cross-border mobility of workers and their integration to labor markets.