News from Euroregion Baltic

Youth Entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region

Once again Euroregion Baltic Youth Board would like to invite you to join the Erasmus + project youth exchange in Kalmar, Sweden. If you are you under 30 years old, want to learn about entrepreneurship and connect with youth from the Baltic Sea Region, join our Youth Camp in Kalmar, Sweden on 24th – 30th […]

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Creative Waves project – final event

TALKS TO EMPOWER – STRONG, VISIONARY, ACTIVIST WOMEN & CRAFTS Project „CREATIVE WAVES – BALTIC SISTERHOOD FOR CHANGE”, which key partner was Euroregion Baltic, comes to an end. Thus project partners have a great pleasure to invite for its official closing. The project is co-financed by the Council of the Baltic Sea States Project Support […]

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Interconnect Tourism project finalized!

The project Interconnect Tourism  seed money project is successfully finalized. The results and roadmap for further joint action was presented during the final project partner meeting in Karlskrona in May 2022. The project has resulted in a technical road map, swot analysis and finally a draft set up with exemplary activities for a future full […]

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Summer youth seminar

Do you want to participate in our Erasmus+ exchange in Kalmar this summer? Are you 18-30 years old? Do you want to learn about entrepreneurship and connect with youth from the Baltic sea region? Euroregion Baltic Youth Board invites you to Kalmar, Sweden, 31 of July to 5 of August! Registration here: https://forms.gle/2u9bGLc6WgGHSwYg6

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INDIGISE – FORUM FOR DIALOGUE OF THE YOUNG GENERATION

On 6th June 2022 the Young Generation Dialogue Forum was held in Elbląg, with the participation of over 30 people – representatives of Youth Councils together with their guardians, who operate in the member self-governments of the Association from: Elbląg, Malbork, Nowe Miasto Lubawskie and Dzierzgoń. The organizer of the event was the Association of […]

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“Together we are stronger” – InDigiSE International camp for social entrepreneurship

On 9-11th May 2022 almost 30 young people from Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Norway had an opportunity to participate in the International Social Entrepreneurship Camp organized by the University of Klaipeda within the Indigise project. Participants promoted youth social entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea region, and also had a chance to seek positive social and […]

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ERB Executive Board meeting in Sweden

Gustaw Marek Brzezin, Marshal of Warmia and Masuria Region, chaired the meeting of Euroregion Baltic Executive Board, which was held on the 11th of May in Växjö, capital the Region Kronoberg in Sweden. It was the first physical meeting of Euroregion Baltic, after more than two years of Covid-19 pandemic. Executive Board Members deeply discussed current […]

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Creative Waves workshops with Wieslawa Tokarska

On 23rd April, as part of the international project Creative Waves – Baltic Sisterhood for Change, Intercult Sweden held a workshop with Intercult artistic director Wieslawa Tokarska. Participants joined the event at Intercult’s office at Södermalm in Stockholm to learn more about how to make jewelry made of felt, wool and amber (stone). Wieslawa Tokarska is […]

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“Creative Waves” workshop with Halina Bartoszek – Rosa

On 26th March, as a part of the Creative Waves – Baltic Sisterhood for Change project, Intercult (project leader) held a workshop with its artistic director – Halina Rosa. Participants of the event visited Intercult’s office at Södermalm in Stockholm to learn more about painting with traditional rose patterns on fabric.  Halina Bartoszek-Rosa is an artist, […]

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“Creative Waves” workshops by the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre

“Creative Waves” is  about building a female community, a safe place that fosters bonds and joint work. In the last two weeks of February the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre project team, together with the embroiderer Katarzyna Magierowska and the new technologies coach, Dorota Madej conducted a series of workshops at the Kwidzyn Cultural Center (Kwidzyńskie […]

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