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Welcome to Rob van Vugt, our new coordinator
06 jan 2023 - Rob van Vugt is the new coordinator of our Maastricht-based Interreg programme. Rob works in the Province of Dutch-Limburg – which is hosting the programme as a Managing Authority – since 1992. Before joining the Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine programme, he was the manager of the department on housing and living (Wonen en Leefomgeving Provincie Limburg).
2021-2027 Programme Approved!
22 nov 2022 - The European Commission has officially approved the Interreg Meuse-Rhine (NL-BE-DE) programme for the period 2021-2027. This means that the Interreg Meuse-Rhine programme can continue to support cooperation with an approximate budget of 176 million euros.
Launch event for the new programme period
03 oct 2022 - On September 28, 2022, the Interreg Meuse-Rhine (NL-BE-DE) programme hosted its launch event for the upcoming programme period in Hasselt (Belgium) which has brought together people from all over the area. The event offered the public a first look at the plans for our upcoming programme period.
New People to People funding available
20 jul 2022 - Many inhabitants of our border region are crossing the national borders every day to go to school, university or work. These encounters are being facilitated by projects the Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine programme is funding, among others through the People to People project. This project is funding small-scale initiatives, so-called People to People activities. New People to People funds are now available! 
INVITATION - Public Launch Event Interreg Meuse-Rhine (NL-BE-DE)
12 jul 2022 - The Interreg Meuse-Rhine (NL-BE-DE) programme is setting its sails on 28 September 2022 for the next seven years. In this upcoming programme period, we will offer more than 176 million euros to cross-border projects on smarter innovations, greener, low-carbon initiatives, social inclusion concepts, and better cooperation in the Meuse-Rhine area.
Follow-up of the People to People fund
16 jun 2022 - Many inhabitants of our border region are crossing the national borders every day to go to school, university or work. Apart from that, there are also many business-related interactions between inhabitants from different countries and regions. These encounters are being facilitated by projects the programme is funding, among others through the People to People fund. Currently, a renewal of that fund is being negotiated.  
 
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