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CBSS Project Support Facility

With the launch of the CBSS Project Support Facility (PSF), the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) took one more step on the road towards a more project oriented regional cooperation. This funding's main purpose is to co-finance the development and implementation of Baltic Sea macro-regional cooperation projects, which bring added value for the Baltic Sea Region, show impact in regional cooperation and foster long-term partnerships. The fund should be used to facilitate project preparation and implementation in line with UN Agreements like the Sustainability Goals and in relation to the three CBSS priorities: Regional Identity, Safe & Secure Region and Sustainable & Prosperous Region. 


The 2024 CBSS Project Support Facility is looking for innovative projects that focus on societal resilience and the enhancement of civil security. Preference will be given to small-scale, region-based or expert-driven projects accentuating child protection and the fight against human trafficking. They should consist of at least three partners from CBSS member states, namingly Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Germany, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, to receive a budget of up to 65.000 EUR. Every project applicant has to indicate the planned budget in an application form, divided into administration/overhead and personnel, travel and subsistence, sub-contracting and other direct costs. 

Find more information on CBSS' website

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