Highlight your #latruscbc project

On 18 January 2022 the European Commission opened applications for the 2022 New European Bauhaus prizes! Young talents’ ideas as well as existing projects for sustainability, inclusiveness and aesthetics bringing the European Green deal to people and local communities will be awarded. Latvia-Russia CBC Programme projects are encouraged to apply for the award!

Prizes will be awarded to projects and ideas that contribute to beautiful, sustainable, and inclusive places, in four categories:

  • reconnecting with nature;
  • regaining a sense of belonging;
  • prioritising the places and people that need it most;
  • fostering long-term, lifecycle and integrated thinking in the industrial ecosystem.

In addition to 16 prizes awarded by jury (one winner and one runner-up for each category and strand), two additional prizes will be selected by a public vote among top entries. In total, 18 winners will receive prize money of up to €30,000, as well as a communication package to help them further develop and promote their initiatives.

Applications are open until 28 February 2022 at 19:00 CET. Register and apply here: europa.eu/!PFGCNj 

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