- Belgium - Brussels Capital
- Belgium - Flanders
- Belgium - Wallonia
- Czech Republic
- United Kingdom
[ Programme ]
INTERREG IVC brought inspiration to Czech regions
The third in a row 'Inspiration for future' workshop organised by INTERREG IVC for representatives of public authorities and bodies governed by public law took place on 11 April 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The participants discussed the benefits for their regions and interregional cooperation in the new funding period 2014-2020.
[ Programme ]
INTERREG IVC good practices discussed and displayed in Bulgaria
On 28 March 2013, INTERREG IVC brought an exhibition of good practices and a national dissemination workshop on 'Inspiration for future' to Sofia, Bulgaria, for Bulgarian representatives of public bodies to share their experience with INTERREG IVC projects and give the programme some feedback on their future expectations on interregional cooperation. It was the second in a row of national workshops on presence and future of interregional cooperation.
Belgium - Brussels
National Contact Point
Ministère de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale
Direction des Relations extérieures
Boulevard du Jardin Botanique 20
Phone : + 32 28003758
Fax : + 32 28003820
E-mail : email@example.com
First Level Control Requirement
The Region Bruxelles Capitale has chosen a decentralised control system. The beneficiaries from the Brussels Capital Region will have to propose an independent controller (internal or external) to the following body :
Ministry of the Brussels-Capital Region
Secrétariat Général – Direction des relations extérieures
Mr Luc Vandersmissen
20 Boulevard du Jardin Botanique
Phone : + 32 2 800 37 55
Fax : +32 2 800 38 20
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
The body will authorise the controller proposed by the project partner (All project partners other than the Lead Partner) after having checked that the controller is sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG IVC project.
Brussels based European Networks of national, regional and local authorities or bodies governed by public law are requested to contract an external controller.
The controllers have to be officially authorised before the first expenditure can be reported and confirmed.
The costs resulting from the control (staff costs in case of an internal controller, external expertise costs in case of an external controller) can be reported as eligible costs (costs that are in line with the programme requirements and can be approved for co-financing from the ERDF) in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules.
Brussels based offices from national, regional or local authorities from countries other than Belgium will not be accepted as Lead partners or partners of an INTERREG IVC project. It is recommended that the respective authority in the home country applies directly.
Brussels-based offices from the Belgian regions of Flanders or Wallonia have to apply the first level control requirements of their respective region.