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Partner

In the South Baltic Programme a partner is an entity that fulfills the eligibility criteria defined in the Programme Manual and that can claim the refund from the ERDF. Partner has to sign a co-financing statement.

Partnership agreements

The obligations and rights among the Lead Beneficiary and the project partners concerning the project implementation are set down in the partnership agreements. They allow the Lead Beneficiary to extend the arrangements of the subsidy contract to the partner level. The partnership agreement should be concluded before the signing the subsidy contract, but must be concluded before the first progress report. Template of a partnership agreement can be found at the website www.southbaltic.eu.   

Preparation costs

Preparation costs can only be eligible for projects that have been approved by the Steering Committee. They have been defined in a separate project component in the application form and paid within 12 months before the official closing date of the call for proposals in which the application is submitted and the end of the first reporting period for the project. All preparation costs must be reported in the first Progress Report.

Progress report

The Lead Beneficiary is responsible for preparation and submission of the project progress report on the implementation of the project to the JTS. The progress report consists of activity report (description of the activities and the outputs/results realization) and financial report  (financial information on the project implementation, list of expenditures). The reporting templates will be provided by the JTS.

Project Coordinator

Project coordinator is appointed by the Lead Beneficiary and responsible for establishing, implementing, and co-ordinating the project implementation. The person should be qualified in European project management, in the thematic priority of the project, and should have an experience in working in an international team. Among other responsibilities (e.g. monitoring the progress of the project, being a Contact Point, ensuring good information flow between partners, etc.), the project coordinator should be able to act as a driving force for the partnership and mobilize the partners in order to achieve the objectives presented in the application.

Programme language

English is the official language of the Programme to be used in all communications between the applicants and the Programme management.

Programme Manual

Part of the Application Pack. Intended to assist applicants in drafting applications, as well as in implementing the approved projects. The Programme Manual is published on the Programme website (www.southbaltic.eu) and provides a comprehensive account of all relevant rules.

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“I work to tailor education in the South Baltic to meet the demands of the evolving maritime labour market. Because I care!”
Jan Fidler, Generation BALT
“I work towards an increase in commercial exploitation of Liquefied Natural Gas practice for competitive maritime industries in South Baltic. Because I care”
Andrius Sutnikas, MarTech LNG
“I support the development and integration of the South Baltic hardwood market to increase the business volume, resource efficiency and regional competitiveness. Because I care!”
Ola Runfors, Hardwoods are good
I advocate the idea of building a common cross-border sense of community by using the values of sports and healthy lifestyle. Because I care”
Witold Namyślak, Mayor of Lębork
“I work to foster public acceptance of offshore wind energy to advance its growth in the interest of environmental and climate protection in the South Baltic Region. Because I care!”
Christina Albrecht, South Baltic OFF.E.R
“I seek to inspire businesses in South Baltic to pursue social responsibility principles for a sustainable and prosperous future. Because I care.”
Monika Michałowska, RespEn
“I work to optimise herbicide use in agriculture to ensure future crop production and protect the environment in the South Baltic Region. Because I care!”
Mette Sønderskov, DSSHerbicide
"I support efforts to popularise the Pomeranian Way of St James. I cherish the common cultural heritage of South Baltic. Because I care”
Alicja Zajączkowska, Vice-mayor of Lębork
“I develop ride-sharing models to improve accessibility of rural areas around the South Baltic in a sustainable manner. Because I care"
Kristina Koebe, Mobile Together
“I help to bring together young people from South Baltic, and make them familiar with the value of team building for better understanding and cross-border community sense. Because I care”
Ann-Katrin Olsson, PYDOS
“I raise awareness of the correlation between ecosystems and human uses in the coastal areas of South Baltic. Because I care!”
Nardine Stybel, HERRING
"Using the power of arts, I work towards a change in mindset in favour of wind energy for a better South Baltic. Because I care!"
Lennart Tyrberg, WEBRSR 2 Upgrade
“I work to integrate e-bikes in the local public transport, and to develop intermodal electric mobility strategies for more livable communities in South Baltic. Because I care!”
Janette Heidenreich, ELMOS
“I work to increase the mobility of performing arts in South Baltic in order to make people experience and understand the views of their fellow cross-border community members. Because I care.”
Fredrik Schirén, CICONIA
“I’m using the virtues of sports to unite young people in our South Baltic community. Because I care!”
Kamil Koniuszewski, Respect Balticum
“Through implementing the European Landscape Convention I‘m helping to protect and maintain the beautiful South Baltic landscapes. Because I care!”
Katarzyna Fidler, LIFEscape
“I seek to promote creative learning in schools for an open-minded and tolerant future South Baltic generation. Because I care!”
Björn Samuelsson, CreatLearn
“I perform research on the beneficial reuse of dredged materials in dike construction for sustainable flood protection in the South Baltic. Because I care.”
Stefan Cantré, DredgDikes
“I pursue the concept of cross-border award schemes for young people to arouse and keep their interest in technology and innovation. I pursue a prosperous future knowledge society in South Baltic. Because I care”
Lone Reppien Thomsen, SoBaTO
“I work to establish a bridge between policy makers and youngsters today for shaping the South Baltic transport and mobility of tomorrow. Because I care”
Jacek Piotrowski, BAYinTRAP
“I campaign for labour market mobility in South Baltic to open up new perspectives and horizons for my children, grandchildren, friends and neighbours. Because I care!”
Jerzy Rozwadowski, SB Professionals
“I work towards creating a strong platform for intercultural dialog in the South Baltic Region, promoting a climate of mutual understanding of the richness of a diversified culture. Because I care!”
Lawrence Okey Ugwu, ARTLINE
"I am engaged in developing multimedia solutions for better edutainment offers at South Baltic Museums – ensuring accessibility for all. Because I care.”
Prof. Dr. Michael Klotz, BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus
"I work to align spatial demands of humans with those of natural resources towards a more sustainable coastal management in South Baltic."
Inga Haller, HERRING
 
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