News from Euroregion Baltic

ERB Water Core Group submitted the project application for the Seed Money Call Interreg Baltic Sea Region

Seed Money is funding provided by Interreg Baltic Sea Region to support the preparation of projects in line with the Action Plan of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. With Seed Money support, projects can be prepared for any funding source available in the region. The Seed Money application procedure consists of two […]

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ESPON scenarios: How will the Baltic Sea Region look like in 2050?

ESPON [Press Release] How with the Baltic Sea Region will look like in 2050? Three scenarios for the future of the #BSR based on the findings of our BT2050 project. The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) includes Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark as well as North-West Russia and Northern Germany. The […]

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A survey from the Baltic Sea Youth Platform #BSYP

Dear friends of the Baltic Sea Youth Platform, First and foremost we hope you are doing well. As you probably know we received funding through the Erasmus+ Programme of the EU to develop the Baltic Sea Youth Platform together with you! The project started in February 2020, in March 2020 a Project Assistant position at […]

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Job shadowing in the FilmNet Interreg project

                                  Newsletter No 3 The FilmNet project is one of the few projects implemented in the Interreg South Baltic program, which used such a method as “Job Shadowing” (JS). What is it? How can it be used? What are the benefits? The concept of Job Shadowing comes from business and means “accompanying internship”. It […]

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Euroregion Baltic Annual Report 2019

You can now read the Euroregion Baltic Annual Report for 2019, that was adopted by the ERB Executive Board during its last meeting on 12th February 2020 in Elbląg, Poland. ADDRESS BY ERB PRESIDENT Between 13th February 2019 and 12th February 2020 Euroregion Baltic was under the political leadership of the Klaipeda Region Association from […]

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Sustainable public transport in the South Baltic Sea

In Interconnect Interreg South Baltic project, we support the idea of sustainable public transport in the South Baltic Sea. See how easy & pleasurable a journey can be in our coproduction video clip, promoting the #InterCombiTicket connection between Rostock and Nykøbing Falster https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqKeaEZvGok&feature=youtu.be #connectivity #mobility #SouthBaltic

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The Interconnect project at the Ministry of Infrastructure in Sweden

On the 17th of February, the Ministry of Infrastructure in Sweden held a hearing regarding the revision of the TEN-T regulation. Our Project Manager Mattias Andersson, representing Region Blekinge, emphasized the importance of cross-border public transport. The collaboration between Blekinge and Pomorskie Voivodeship in the Interconnect project was set as a good example where regions collaborate with private players, in […]

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OUR SIA4Y PROJECT FINAL CONFERENCE ON 28TH APPRIL 2020 IN GDAŃSK

It is now time to mark this date in your calendars and contact us for possible travel support to join the SIA4Y project team for our final conference! We will meet for a full-day event in Gdansk, Poland on 28th April 2020. Our conference venue is the European Solidarity Centre.  We are currently looking for […]

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Baltic Identity Tour by the FilmNet Interreg South Baltic project

In Newsletter No. 1, we wrote about film screenings as a part of the activities within the FilmNet project  – about “Baltic Identity Film Tour”. Such shows and discussions have already taken place in all partner countries, and the Baltic Sea Culture Center from Gdańsk has prepared an Activity Report. What were the results? The […]

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ERB is a part of the Baltic Sea Youth Platform #BSYP

BSYP aims at empowering youth and fostering real participation in decision and policy-making in the Baltic Sea Region. The BSYP will enable youth organisations to reach their fullest potential by empowering them to develop new ideas and pursue them jointly, under the guidance of the 2030 Agenda framework. The platform will engage youth at different […]

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