As of Autumn 2018, projects co-funded within our Programme are integrated and can be viewed as part other Interreg programmes in Europe.
KEEP.eu is the only source of aggregated data regarding projects and beneficiaries of European Union cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation programmes among the member States, and between member States and neighbouring countries. KEEP is created by the Interact Programme, with the support of the European Commission and the remaining Interreg, Interreg IPA cross-border and ENPI/ENI cross-border programmes, and it covers the 2000-2006, 2007-2013 and 2014-2020 periods.
Designed as an online database with a simple cartographic interface, KEEP allows searching across large data sets. The Managing authority recommends KEEP for the following:
• Thematic searches: via KEEP you can search projects (being implemented or closed), partners, calls for proposals, project outputs, NUTS regions where projects are being implemented, etc.
• Comparison of data: besides searching across different Interreg programmes, KEEP allows comparison, simple statistical analysis and even drafting thematical maps using the data published in KEEP.
• Checking your project ideas: having in mind the vast number of Interreg projects and programmes in KEEP, you can easily use KEEP to search other project ideas and partners and compare them with your project proposals.
When using KEEP, you are free to copy and redistribute the data, images, charts and maps obtained from Keep.eu in any medium or format, and to build upon them for any lawful purpose. When using any of the mentioned material, users must give appropriate credit to Keep.eu, provide a link to Keep.eu and indicate if changes were made. This can be done in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests that the source (Keep.eu) or its proprietor (Interact) endorses the user of this material or its use.
Projects co-funded within the Programme can be accessed here.
If you need help using KEEP, don’t hesitate to contact our Communication officer for more info:
+385 (0)1 6468 951
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