Shape the Future NPA - Priority 2 Strengthening the capacity for climate change adaptation, and resource sufficiency in NPA communities

Date Location Organiser
24 Feb 2021 Online Joint Secretariat

The NPA programme invited regional and project stakeholders to provide feedback on the drafted Priorities of the NPA 2021-2027

LP Seminar 2019

2019 LP Seminar in Torshavn, Faroe Islands.

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What happens next? Information about the next steps in the programming process.

In the Spring of 2020, the preparations for the NPA 2021-2027 started under the guidance of the Programme Planning Group (PPG). The programming process has now reached an advanced stage where draft Priorities for the forthcoming NPA 2021-2027 have been designed along with the corresponding Specific Objectives and type of actions that can be funded by the future programme.

These Priorities will become part of the NPA 2021-2027 programme document, which is planned to be ready by June 2021, when a national and European approval process is expected to start.  

The NPA programme has a tradition of involving regional and project stakeholders in the drafting process, to ensure that the programme’s approach is rooted in the needs of the programme area.  

For this reason, the programme invited feedback on the draft Priorities via three consultation workshops “Shape the Future NPA”.

Each workshop focused on one draft Priority which was presented in detail, and participants can ask questions and provide feedback.

Workshops schedule:

Priority 1 Strengthening the innovation capacity for resilient and attractive NPA communities – 22nd February 2021, 13:30-15:30 CET
Priority 2 Strengthening the capacity for climate change adaptation, and resource sufficiency in NPA communities – 24th February 2021, 13:30-15:30 CET
Priority 3 Strengthening the organisational capacity among NPA communities to make use of cooperation. opportunities – 25th February 2021, 13:30-15:30 CET


Online Consultation Survey
Between 15th February and 5th March, an online survey is open, allowing interested respondents to provide written feedback on the draft Priorities. Link to the survey