The preparations and implementation of international projects is coordinated by the Competence Centre of International Projects acting with the city's financial services. The goal of the competence centre is to increase the international project participation capacity of city offices and institutions governed by the city, and to strengthen the coordination of preparations and implementation of cross-sectoral projects important to the city.
Tallinn is home to many different European Union projects that are funded from the Cohesion Fund, the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund and other EU programmes.
- The city's public institutions are home to 121 projects funded by EU external funding as of 7 May 2020, the total cost of which is 94,544,481 euros (of which external funding is 77,608,954 euros and the city's own funding 16,935,526 euros).
International project activities in Tallinn are regulated by Tallinn City Council regulation No. 6 of 21 February 2008 Procedure of Partaking in International Projects
Our contact information:
Head of the Competence Centre Krista Kampus
Topics — ICT, digitalisation, environment, transport and urban space
Topics — technology-heavy infrastructure projects, energy, water resource management, circular economy/waste management
Topics — sustainable development, culture, education, environmental education, social issues
Support and advice for projects carried out by executive agencies, district governments and institutions:
Irma Remma, project curator
Curated establishments: Tallinn Social Welfare and Healthcare Department; Tallinn Education Department; Tallinn Urban Planning Department; Tallinn Urban Environment and Public Works Department; Tallinn City Property Department; Tallinn City Office and Pirita, Northern Tallinn, Nõmme, Mustamäe district governments.
Reet Nõmmoja, project curator
Curated establishments: Strategy center, Tallinn Transport Department, Tallinn Culture and Sports Department and City Centre, Haabersti, Lasnamäe and Kristiine district governments.
Karin Luhaäär— lead specialist
Collecting and distributing project information (including the call for proposals, project results, outputs, best practices, etc.)