Bringing people and goals together

Umbrella is joint project co-funded by the EU Interreg South Baltic Programme and helps to boost cross-border cooperation capacities of local actors in the South Baltic Sea.

The primary objective
of the Umbrella project

To provide specific knowledge and skills in the implementation of goals and cross-border cooperation for local and regional entities in the South Baltic Region.

4 EU Members
South Baltic area

Coastal regions of four EU
Member States: Denmark, Lithuania,
Poland and Sweden

986,566 EUR

Total budget of the project

Feb 2018
– Jul 2020

Duration of the project
30 months
ABOUT THE PROJECT

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Why Umbrella

Why Umbrella

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Partners

Latest news

The South Baltic success story #6 – LiveLagoons: Green islands in blue lagoons

This month we share with you our 6th Umbrella SuccessStory – Live Lagoons project!

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Take action. Use our support!

Thanks to our partnership and already existent networks of cooperation, we’re able to provide direct support in partners search and networking. What is our Pool of Experts and what are the Microactivities we offer?

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The South Baltic success story #5 – CaSYPoT project

This month we’re coming back with another Umbrella SuccessStory. Please read about the CaSYPoT – Capacity Building for Strategic Youth Policy and Transnational Cooperation project. The CaSYPot project ended in June after 3 years of collaboration between Poland, Sweden, Russia and Lithuania. On the 13th and 14th of May, the caSYPot Final Conference was held in Kalmar, Sweden, in order to summarize the project, to show the results, and discuss with young people, adults and experts on the youth strategy and youth needs.

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The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the Managing Authority or the Joint Secretariat of the South Baltic Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020. The project UMBRELLA is partly financed from the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020 through the European Regional Development Fund.