No, there is no percentage, but these expenses must respect a series of conditions explained in the Sudoe programme manual and can never represent a significant weight in the project; besides, they must only be a way to reach an objective, and must not be an end in itself.
In principle, the works undertaken at a local level can hardly provide proof of a transnational impact. They must demonstrate the benefit they bring to the transnational level.
No, it’s not possible, the costs must be foreseen individually at the level of each beneficiary.
The compulsory communication activities that all projects must perform are presented by default in the application form, under the Task Group Communication. The beneficiaries must create or adapt their project's logo, which must contain or be used alongside the Interreg Sudoe Programme logo. Furthermore, projects have to create their own website, to design a poster with a minimum size A3 with information about project and to organise an event to disseminate the project's results. They must also collaborate to fill the project factsheet available on the Programme's website, providing with every indicator report a summary with the results achieved by the project up to that moment.
The details about the requirements of every communication activity will be available shortly in the Sudoe programme manual for project development and management.
Apart from the abovementioned activities, the Programme encourages projects to create other communication tools to maximise their impact.