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Flagships: functions, structure and added value

Flagship projects are a means to implement the EUSBSR actions in the priority areas, therefore these projects serve as pilot examples for desired change. A flagship fleshes out the ambition of a policy area in a specified field. It may, for example, develop key solutions, new methodologies, practises, be a network looking for new forms of cooperation or concern key investments of regional importance.

Structure of a flagship can be:

·        A single project;

·        A set of projects (a group) contributing to same action;

·        A process (e.g. network, new cooperation platform, etc.).

Criteria to become a Flagship:

·         Have a high macro-regional impact;

·         Contribute to meeting the objectives, indicators and targets of the EUSBSR;

·         Be related to the implementation of one or more actions of the policy area concerned.

·         Have a clear macro-regional dimension (cooperation between and/or impact on at least three Baltic Sea region states);

·         Be mature for implementation:

·         Be monitored and evaluated towards the objectives, indicators and targets of the EUSBSR and particular policy area.

More information about the benefits of a flagship status and how to get this status can be found in EUSBSR Action Plan on the EUSBSR website:

Flagship template for the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR)

 New - Flagship template 09.02.16.docx

How to find partners for projects?

KEEP is a source of aggregated information regarding projects and beneficiaries of European Union programmes dedicated to cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation within the European Union and between European Union Member States and neighbouring countries.

Comprehensive source of integrated information on the projects and partners of Interreg, Interreg IPA cross-border and ENPI/ENI cross-border cooperation programmes.

KEEP can be used for many purposes. Future lead partners can look for partners. Local, regional and national politicians can seamlessly detect opportunities for future projects... And these are just two of the many possibilities KEEP holds.

More information:

INTERREG online support (funding cooperation)

LinkedIn group

Partner Search Notice Board

South Baltic SMarT Alliance (Online Portal)

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