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European Territorial
Co-operation
INTERREG IVB (NWE)
Our experience
Overview
 Our project

 INTERREG IVB
 The application process
 Partnership working
 Our experiences

 Further inform...
CCIA project
At a glance
 8 partners
 6 million Euros
 Creates a single off the shelf toolkit
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6 pilot projects
S...
The Project Partnership
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WCVA - Lead Partner Wales, UK
Spice Innovations – Wales, UK
New Economics Foundat...
Outputs and legacy
• Raised awareness of cc’s as viable vehicles for
improving communities making them more socially,
envi...
How we are funded
INTERREG IVB North West Europe (NWE) Programme is
a financial instrument of the European Union’s Cohesio...
INTERREG IVB
Strategy & Vision
INTERREG IVB North West Europe (NWE) Programme is
a financial instrument of the European Un...
INTERREG IVB
Application process
 Calls for proposals

 Formulate project idea, identify partners
 Application submitte...
INTERREG IVB
Partnership working
 Transnationality
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Joint design
Joint implementation
Joint delivery
Joint financ...
INTERREG IVB
Our Experience – benefits
• Access to funding
• Exposure
• Access to expertise
• Improved delivery of service...
INTERREG IVB
Our Experience – barriers we faced
 Loss of one of the partners
 No advance payment
 Fluctuations in the E...
INTERREG IVB
Our Experience – key points
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Good levels of support available
Preparation costs
Additional levels...
Further information
About the CCIA Project
• Visit the CCIA website www.communitycurrenciesinaction.eu

• Become an observ...
Further information
Accessing INTERREG funding
WCVA
Darren Hollick
CCIA Interreg Project Manager
dhollick@wcva.org.uk
029 ...
Questions and answers
Thank you
for your attention
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European territorial cooperation

  1. 1. European Territorial Co-operation INTERREG IVB (NWE) Our experience
  2. 2. Overview  Our project  INTERREG IVB  The application process  Partnership working  Our experiences  Further information and assistance
  3. 3. CCIA project At a glance  8 partners  6 million Euros  Creates a single off the shelf toolkit • • • 6 pilot projects Single design frame Creating an environment for delivery and growth
  4. 4. The Project Partnership • • • • • • • • WCVA - Lead Partner Wales, UK Spice Innovations – Wales, UK New Economics Foundation – UK Lambeth Council – London, UK Limburg.net – Belgium Amsterdam East – Netherlands Qoin – Netherlands Nantes - France
  5. 5. Outputs and legacy • Raised awareness of cc’s as viable vehicles for improving communities making them more socially, environmentally and economically sustainable • Off the shelf toolkit for the development and implementation of community currency systems
  6. 6. How we are funded INTERREG IVB North West Europe (NWE) Programme is a financial instrument of the European Union’s Cohesion Policy. EU Cohesion Policy is designed to implement measures which will boost economic growth in the 27 Member States thereby reducing the gap in their respective levels of development.
  7. 7. INTERREG IVB Strategy & Vision INTERREG IVB North West Europe (NWE) Programme is a financial instrument of the European Union’s Cohesion Policy. EU Cohesion Policy is designed to implement measures which will boost economic growth in the 27 Member States thereby reducing the gap in their respective levels of development.
  8. 8. INTERREG IVB Application process  Calls for proposals  Formulate project idea, identify partners  Application submitted by Lead Partner (excel file)  Approval process  Subsidy contract
  9. 9. INTERREG IVB Partnership working  Transnationality • • • • Joint design Joint implementation Joint delivery Joint financing  Benefit the NWE area  Partnership agreement
  10. 10. INTERREG IVB Our Experience – benefits • Access to funding • Exposure • Access to expertise • Improved delivery of service • Development of management systems • Creation of a knowledge pool • Experience in partnership working
  11. 11. INTERREG IVB Our Experience – barriers we faced  Loss of one of the partners  No advance payment  Fluctuations in the Euro  Conflicting needs amongst partners
  12. 12. INTERREG IVB Our Experience – key points       Good levels of support available Preparation costs Additional levels of eligibility Joint Technical Secretariat Common costs recovery 100% Audit
  13. 13. Further information About the CCIA Project • Visit the CCIA website www.communitycurrenciesinaction.eu • Become an observer • Subscribe to our newsletter
  14. 14. Further information Accessing INTERREG funding WCVA Darren Hollick CCIA Interreg Project Manager dhollick@wcva.org.uk 029 20431752
  15. 15. Questions and answers Thank you for your attention

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