REGISTRATION OPEN !! CASYPOT FINAL CONFERENCE 13-14/05 KALMAR

How are young people’s lives in 6 different municipalities of the Baltic Sea Region like? What are the similarities and differences and how can the data collected through the CaSYPoT project be used to inform further activities and youth strategies?

Young people from Klaipeda in Lithuania, Słupsk and Bartoszyce in Poland, Svetlogorsk and Gusev in Russia and Emmaboda in Sweden participated in the CaSYPoT survey, one of the most important surveys ever done on the youth situation in the Baltic Sea Region! A short summary of the results will be presented during CaSYPoT project’s final conference in Kalmar from 13-14.05.2019!!

The registration for the CaSYPoT final conference and the ERB Forum of Stakeholders on 13-14.05.2019 in Kalmar is finally OPEN!

Deadline : 26.04.2019 !!

For further information and travel advice, please contact Ms Zofia Makowska, Project Manager CaSYPoT!

10th EUSBSR Annual Forum: Call for seminars

The organizers of the 10th EUSBSR Annual Forum- that will take place in Gdansk on 12-13 June 2019- invite strategic stakeholders to propose relevant seminars for the event.
Seminars are the core of the Forum, devolved to the exchange of angles, ideas and initiatives, and they are expected to relate to at least one of the three main themes of this year:

1. “Going circular- a pathway to well-being in the Baltic Sea Region”
2. “Business-driven approach to circular economy in the Baltic Sea Region”
3. “Demography and circularity in the Baltic Sea Region: interdependent or disconnected?”

Guidelines for staging a seminar are available here

Deadline for proposals submission: 15th February 2019 to 10thAnnualForum@pomorskie.eu

Save the date: 12-13 June 2019 10th EUSBSR Annual Forum in Gdansk

Circular and sharing economy as an answer to demographic changes and environmental challenges in the Baltic Sea Region

 

This is the main topic of the 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region that will take place in Gdańsk on June 12-13, 2019.

The Forum will create the opportunity to participate in 18 thematic panels/workshops and Networking Village within three main thematic sessions:

  •  ‘Going circular – a pathway to well-being in the Baltic Sea Region’
  • ‘Business-driven approach to circular economy in the Baltic Sea Region’
  • ‘Demography and circularity in the Baltic Sea Region: interdependent or disconnected?’

The Forum will be hosted by the Pomorskie Region, together with the Baltic Sea States Subregional Co-operation (BSSSC) under the Norwegian chairmanship, in close cooperation with the European Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland and other partners.

About 800 participants from governments, international organisations, NGOs, universities, local and regional administrations and businesses will gather to debate on trends and opportunities in the Baltic Sea Region.

More information on the official website