News from Euroregion Baltic

Youth Manifesto to shape European Cooperation Policy

A group of young Europeans has contributed to the publication of the “Manifesto for Young People by Young People to Shape the European Cooperation Policy” in October 2020, on the occasion of the 30 years of Interreg, which is the EU’s flagship scheme for cooperation across borders at the regional and national level, to the benefit of all EU citizens. The Manifesto is the result of […]

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State of programming of the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2021-2027

Joint Secretariat of the Interreg South Baltic Programme has released information about the current state-of-the-art in programming the Interreg SBP for the years 2021-2027. You can read it below on go directly to the Interreg SBP website: https://southbaltic.eu/interreg-south-baltic-2021-2027 Euroregion Baltic is directly involved in the works on the new Programme for 2021-2027 being an active […]

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Youth session on 1 March during the #MacroRegionalStrategies week

Youth have their say! Don’t miss the 1 March afternoon session of the #MacroRegionalStrategies week dedicated to the Youth. We will be present thanks to the Baltic Sea Youth Platform project #BSYP and we encourage all Euroregion Baltic Youth Board members to join us! More info about the #MRS week here: https://www.balticsea-region-strategy.eu/…/591151-eu… Also, if you’re […]

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EU Macro-Regional Strategies Week – Save the date!

Save the Date! From 1 to 5 March 2021, DG REGIO will host the 2nd EU Macro-Regional Strategies Week (EU MRS Week) that will take place digitally. Reconnect, Rethink, Recover – the motto of the EU MRS Week gives a straightforward idea on the burning issues that will be tackled throughout the five days: To Reconnect MRS key implementers, stakeholders […]

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Klaipeda city this year is the European Youth Capital!

On the 11th of March, on the Lithuania Independence Restoration Day, the port city will host an opening event, which will announce the beginning of the European Youth Capital 2021 program. This title, which has been awaited for a couple of years, was taken over from the French city of Amiens. The project consists of […]

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Umbrella 2.0 project kicked off!

On 13th January 2021 Umbrella 2.0 project partners: Euroregion Baltic, Unione of the Baltic Cities and Baltic Sea States Subregional Cooperation met together with the Swedish Institute representative to officially start the activities in the new project. Read below to get to know our project better and familiarise with the activities we plan to offer […]

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Interconnect project in 2020 – summary of our activities

The past year was the final and firmly the busiest year for the Interreg South Baltic Interconnect project which started in June 2017. 2020 began with some great news from one of the project partners, Innobaltica (Poland), who announced an open tender for the implementation of FALA – integrated ticket for the Pomorskie Region –  […]

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Summary of the Baltic Sea Youth Platform #BSYP Eramsus+ project activities in 2020

Baltic Sea Youth Platform is an Erasmus+ Programme project that aims to empower youth and foster real participation in decision and policy-making in the Baltic Sea Region. The platform will enable youth organisations to reach their fullest potential by empowering them to develop new ideas and pursue them jointly, under the 2030 Agenda framework’s guidance. […]

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Lund, Malmö and Växjö are part of the initiative Climate-neutral cities 2030

Climate-neutral cities 2030 Why cities? Cities play a crucial role in climate change change. They cover about 3% of the earth’s surface, but account for about 70% of all greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, they are growing rapidly. In Europe, almost 85% of the population is estimated to live in cities by 2050; in Sweden […]

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CTCC – Where the Innovation Prototyping Journey Ends and The Future Begins: CTCC Creative Broker Network

WHAT: Please register for the CTCC Final Conference – Final Digital Workshop within the EU Interreg Project CTCC – Creative Traditional Companies Cooperation part-financed within the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020. The project gathers together multi-level policy actors from academia & research, creative and traditional businesses, policymakers, intermediaries that work together since 15th July 2017 […]

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