The Scottish Government has worked with Scotland Europa, the East of Scotland European Consortium, and the West of Scotland European Forum to jointly develop the Scottish EU Funding Portal. It will become a one stop shop for information on the EU funds currently available to Scotland; providing information on those projects currently running, and those already completed, which involve Scottish partners. It will also provide information on the project partners themselves.
The Portal will provide users with a private project collaboration space where organisations registered on the portal can be invited to collaborate on project development. It will feature a number of project management tools and a central online space to store and collaborate on documents.
Visit the Scottish EU Funding Portal.
The European Structural Funds division of the Scottish Government has published a new ebook to promote and celebrate the achievements of the 2007-2013 programme, and to increase awareness and understanding of the new 2014-2020 scheme.
The document, which is available to download, highlights the positive impact European funding has on Scottish people, communities and Scotland’s economy. It also outlines the strategic aims and objectives for the 2014-2020 programme.
European Structural Funds: A Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Scotland in Europe
The European Commission is responsible for considering the interests of the EU as a whole and proposing legislation on this basis. It encourages citizens, organisations and governments to play an active role in the European policy-making process through consultations. The European Commission issue consultations, for example, before proposing legislation, or intend to amend existing legislation.
Consultations and responses are published on the European Commission website.