Centrum Balticum Foundation is looking for projects to be featured in a multi-channel communication campaign “Cohesion through EUSBSR”. The campaign aims at highlighting the impact of EU Cohesion policy in the Baltic Sea macro-region. It puts EU-funded transnational and cross-border projects and their beneficiaries in the forefront, and communicates the benefits and contributions of Cohesion policy to the development of the macro-region.

In the campaign, the approach is on telling stories: about the projects themselves and people behind and around them. By showing the positive benefits through concrete examples EU Cohesion policy and EUSBSR are given human faces.

The projects featured in the campaign can be on-going or recently finalized, and they should concretely illustrate the positive effects of EU Cohesion policy and be in line with the EUSBSR objectives (Save the sea, Connect the region & Increase prosperity).

As the campaign material is shared on multiple channels, the projects in the campaign will gain increased visibility and resources for their communications. 

The campaign takes place during 2019 which marks also the EUSBSR jubilee year.

The project is financed by the European Commission DG Regio.


APPLICATION PROCESS                                                    

In your application, please

  • describe shortly the project and its relation to the EUSBSR, and
  • answer the following questions:
  1. How is the project communications organized and what kind of channels and networks does it have?
  2. What kind of results are foreseen in the project?
  3. Are the results possible to be illustrated in numbers?
  4. What kind of an effect does the project have on daily lives of a group of people?
  5. Are there concrete project activities in 2019 that could filmed? If yes, please describe what kind of activities.
  6. Does the project have audio-visual communications material (= videos or photos) that can be used?

Your application can be written in a free format.


Please send your application by 31 March 2019 to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more information, please contact Hanna Lehto, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.