The Monitoring Committee of the South Baltic Programme decided on the outcome of the 2nd seed money call. The approved financial support from the European Regional Development Fund amounts to 255,421.76 EUR. » Read more
The Interreg BSR Programme is looking for a project officer at the MA/JS office in Rostock/Germany to support the Secretariat’s project unit in giving advice to applicants, assessing applications as well as in monitoring and supervising transnational cooperation projects in the fields of innovation, natural resources and transport.
The vacancy is open till 3 April 2017. The job is a full-time position for two years with an option for a prolongation. The selected candidate is expected to start employment as soon as possible.
For more information about expected tasks, requirements and conditions of employment, please go to the Programme’s official website.
The 8th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR will be hosted by the Federal Foreign Office together with the Baltic Sea Commission and in close cooperation with the European Commission on 13 – 14 June 2017 in Berlin. » Read more
On 6th Feb 2017 the Executive Board of Euroregion Baltic met in the city of Kalmar to officially transfer the ERB Presidency from Kaliningrad Region to the Regional Council in Kalmar County and agree on a wide range of activities for the coming year. » Read more
Euroregion Baltic has been featured in the latest edition of the Baltic Rim Economies (BRE).
In his article for the edition 6/2016 the ERB’s Head of International Secretariat focuses on one of the strategic areas of ERB cooperation under the Russian Presidency ie. the youth cooperation.
The short analysis includes presentation ERB’s concrete actions aiming to strengthen youth engagement in development of policies on local and regional level and also a strategic dialogue with other Baltic organisations – BSSSC and UBC on the development of youth policy in the entire Baltic Sea Region. As for the tools for strategic youth policies, the results of the ERB projects – CaSYPoT – Capacity Building for Strategic Youth Policy and Transnational Cooperation and CaSYPoT-Ru – a parallel project funded by the Swedish Institute allowing direct project participation for partners from the Kaliningrad Region, could be used in further work on the wider Baltic scale.
The article comes at the time when all three organisations – BSSSC, UBC and ERB in a discussion on the next steps which will include a joint seminar at the EUSBSR Forum in Berlin next year, and development of an Erasmus+ project on youth policy reform.
The entire article can be read here – Baltic Rim Economies 6/2016
Baltic Rim Economies (BRE) is published by the Pan-European Institute and deals with the development of the Baltic Sea region. In the BRE review, high level public and corporate decision makers, representatives of Academia, as well as several other experts contribute to the discussion.
On 16th December 2016 a partnership led by Region Blekinge submitted a joint project to break the car dependence trend in the South Baltic area. » Read more
A new tool for searching funding for Baltic Sea Region cooperation projects has been published by Swedish Institute and INTERACT. » Read more
Baltic Sea Future is a two-day conference in Stockholm held on the 6-7 March 2017 organised for Baltic Sea municipalities by the City of Stockholm and Stockholm University. » Read more
The meeting in Kaliningrad Russia on 24-25 November 2016 was the next important stage of work on the project CaSYPoT-Ru – Capacity Building for Strategic Youth Policy and Transnational Cooperation. At the meeting discussions on important issues were held and significant solutions concerning the project were developed. » Read more
This week the representatives of Euroregion Baltic participated in the first series of workshops organised by the Swedish Institute within the framework of the Baltic Executive Programme. » Read more