Ask for feedback
We fund interregional cooperation projects working on innovative policy solutions to local and regional development issues.
We can advise you on your project proposal before you apply. During an open call, you can ask for feedback on your project idea to make sure it is relevant to our programme and that it meets the call's criteria.
How to ask for feedback
During an open call, you can ask for feedback for your project idea through our website.
You need to be a member of our community to ask for feedback on your project idea.
Click to register
Fill in the online form to describe what your idea is about and the type of partners you are looking for.
Keep your idea private or publish it on the website so that the rest of the community can see it.
This feature is only available to the 27 EU member states, Norway and Switzerland.
Click to fill in the form
Go to your dashboard to complete the process. Answer the extra questions on the policy issues your project will address and the activities you are planning.
Remember to give us as much information as possible so we can give you a detailed reply. Assistance for the second call is closed now.
Remember to log in before going to your dashboard.
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The self-assessment tool
Use our tool before asking for feedback to make sure your project idea is relevant to our programme.
How does the feedback process work?
When we receive your request for feedback during an open call, we will read it to make sure it is relevant to our programme and it meets our criteria.
We will reply to you with as much detail as possible and let you know what needs to be improved.
You can ask to receive your feedback:
- By email
- By phone or video conference (e.g. Microsoft TEAMS)
- In person (e.g. during an info day event)
Telephone, video conference and in person discussions will last about 30-45 minutes.
Ask for feedback
Go to your dashboard and answer questions on the policy issues your project will address and the activities you are planning.
Download the programme manual.
Get help and support
We can help you find answers to your questions on project funding and relevance.
Find answers to your questions about the type of projects we fund and how you can apply to our programme.
Get in touch with a representative from your country to check your country’s rules.
Make sure your idea is well developed
We recommend you take time to develop your project idea before you ask for feedback from our team. Use these tools to make sure your idea is as mature as possible.
Search through our 2014-2020 projects and the project ideas of other community members for inspiration.
Find the latest information days and applicant events.