Press release from the Council of the Baltic Sea States
The Council of the Baltic Sea States’ Project Support Facility (CBSS PSF) has launched this year’s call for projects that put young people at the centre of the Baltic Sea Region Cooperation and empower future region builders. Winning projects will receive co-funding of up to 65.000 euros.
Who can apply?
Youth organisations, organisations working or planning to work with young people or educational institutions in any of the CBSS Member States or working in partnership with any of the CBSS Member States are invited to apply by 31 March 2020. The target group to be addressed can range from 15 to 30 years of age – from high school students to young professionals. The CBSS PSF is looking for projects by or for young people that address their needs or take up their ideas in the area of one of the three CBSS long-term priorities of Regional Identity, Sustainable & Prosperous Region or Safe & Secure Region. To find out more about project requirements under each of the priorities, refer to the PSF Manual.
What is PSF?
Project Support Facility was created to co-finance projects strengthening the Baltic Sea Region as part of the Council of the Baltic Sea States’ long-standing commitment to support sustainable partnerships and cooperation in the region. The facility has a total three-year budget of 1 million euros. Since its creation in 2012 it has funded 40 projects addressing the three long-term priorities of the CBSS.
Application deadline: 31 March 2020
More information: cbss.org/psf/
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Date of publication: 15 Feb 2020
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