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Keep.eu. What is keep.eu?

Keep.eu’s name came from the acronym KEEP, Knowledge and Expertise in European Programmes, which is no longer in use.

Keep.eu is a free, comprehensive and searchable database on Territorial Cooperation projects, project partners and programmes (including cross-border cooperation programmes within the scope of the Instrument for Pre-Accession and the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument). It covers the financing periods starting in 2000.

This website is the interface with the database. Keep.eu was thought as a knowledge management tool focusing on the needs of the main stakeholders of Territorial Cooperation at any level, but it can be a very useful instrument for other audiences with interest in this field (students, journalists, among many others).

Other e-tools have been set up at regional or national levels, but keep.eu provides data from the overall European Union and neighbouring countries that are part of territorial cooperation activities. For further information about the keep.eu system, please refer to About keep.eu.