50 project portfolios have been translated into Russian language and now are published on Programme website. All 50 Programme supported projects involve partners from the Russian Federation, making a total of 95 partners and representing public authorities and equivalent bodies, associations formed by public bodies and non-governmental organizations. In Estonian and Latvian languages are translated project portfolios, where partners from Estonia or/and Latvia in the project are involved. Read more
Among 73 photos that are put for new voting round for "special audience prize" 6 photos are from ESTLATRUS projects. EstRusFortTour-2, Green Heritage and E-archive were sucessful to deliver their photos for the "Put your project in the picture" photo competition announced by ENPI Info Centre. 1st Facebook album of 10 best photos collected 4201 votes and was shared 644 times on Facebook. Time to vote is open till Thursday 31 July. Read more
The project «Supporting the local self-government development to improve the quality of life in rural areas» (LSG Development) was implemented in order to raise the life standards in Shugozero municipality in Russia and Gulbene municipality in Latvia.
The Project set up an example of increasing capacity and involvement of rural communities into regional development and established sustainable cooperation between bordering regions of Latvia and Russia. Read more
On 27 June 2014 the final conference of the project „Development of the centres for culture and creative industries in Räpina, Vilaka and Pechory“ (PROMOTING HERITAGE) took place in Pechory. During the conference partners reported about the results of the project in Estonia, Latvia and Russia. Read more