Key resources for communications managers
If you are managing communications in a North Sea Region Programme project, you need to be aware of rules and requirements as well as the opportunities available to communicate your project. We strongly recommend you to explore the links below.
Overview of communication requirements
Our Fact Sheet 25 describes key requirements applying to project communication.
Please also refer to:
The EU regulation 1303/2013 Article 115-117 and Annex XII section 2.2 explain core requirements applying to EU project beneficiaries.
The EU regulation 821/2014. Chapter II lays down core rules for usage of the Union emblem (the EU flag) and the technical characteristics of permanent billboards and plaques. Annex II defines graphic standards for the EU flag.
In the VB North Sea Region Programme (2014-2020, all Programme-funded projects will use a specific Interreg project logo provided by the Joint Secretariat.
A customised project poster is made available for all projects in our Online Monitoring System. You can download additional visuals here.
Approved projects are supplied with a project webspace that will serve as the project's main website. Your webspace is an integrated part of the Programme website and links to the online monitoring system from where it pulls in certain types of information.
To get started with your project webspace, download our webspace user guidance.
You should also visit My Project webspace for inspiration and guidance. You need to browse this demo site to find all the available guidance and video tutorials:
The following fact sheets are relevant at various stages of project application and implementation.
Fact sheet 19: Application assessment process (version 3)
Fact sheet 21: Final reporting (pending)
Fact sheet 23: Indicators (version 2)
Fact sheet 25: Publicity requirements (version 4)
Fact sheet 27: Intellectual Property Rights and ownership of project investments
Programme communication strategy
The Programme's communication strategy lays out the overall programme approach to communication in 2014 - 2020.