Euroregion Baltic

Cooperating across borders since 1998

The same goals, the same region. We help to boost cross-border cooperation capacities of local actors in the South Baltic Sea region.

Skåne Association of Local Authorities

This is the most southern region of Sweden. With an ancient history it presents ruins from the iron-age like the mystical...more

Region Kronoberg

Famous for IKEA founded by Ingvar Kamprad from Elmtaryd farm in Agunnaryd village (acronym). Sweden's 30th National Park Ã…snen offers a unique lake archipelago with a 700 km ...more

Region Blekinge

Blekinge attracts for its unique archipelago and more than 1000 lakes. The main city of Karlskrona is part of Unesco World Heritage sites as an outstanding example of a late-17th-century...more

Region Kalmar

Kalmar is a region in the south of Sweden occupying part of the historical province of Smaland. Famous for its beautiful countryside, typical red cottages, glassware shaping...more

Region Klaipeda

There's a distinctly German flavour to KlaipÄ—da (klai-pey-da). Lithuania's third-largest city, formerly known as Memel, was part of the Prussian Kingdom until the region wrestled...more

Region Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad Oblast, is a Russian exclave between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea. Old medieval castles and ruins of forts are sprinkled throughout the area leftover from...more

Region Warmia-Masuria

North-eastern region in Poland, it presents few curiosities like a place where the borders of Poland, Lithuania and Russia join; the Elbląg-Ostródzki...more

Region Pomoranian Voivodeship

The province is one of rich cultural heritage. The Tricity urban area, consisting of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot...more

Region Bornholm

BORNHOLM is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea off the south coast of Sweden. In its north are the clifftop ruins of Hammershus, a medieval castle. In 2017 Bornholm became the first...more

News from Umbrella

Umbrella 2.0 Report: “Entry points” to EUSBSR Cooperation

Introduced in 2009, the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) was the first EU macro-regional strategy of the European Union. Formally adopted by the European Council after a communique from the European Commission (EC), the EUSBSR is an agreement signed between the Member States and the EC to strengthen cooperation between the countries […]

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UMBRELLA 2.0 PRESENTS: GREEN DEAL – THE STRATEGY THAT IS CHANGING EUROPE!

We invite you to join us on June 15th for an Umbrella 2.0 webinar on the EU Green Deal in relation to the Baltic Sea Cooperation. It is dedicated to the so-called ‘newcomers’ –> small and local organisations willing to engage and increase knowledge on ​EU Agenda, Organisations active in the Baltic Sea Region Projects […]

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Another Umbrella 2.0 webinar – EU Green Deal and Baltic Sea cooperation

We invite you to join us on 15th June for another Umbrella 2.0 webinar – this time on EU Green Deal and its relation to the Baltic Sea Cooperation. If you represent small and local organisation from the baltic Sea Region this event is dedicated to you. We plan to bring closer the EU Agenda […]

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News from Euroregion Baltic

ERB Working Group on Conference on the Future of Europe established

Following the decision made by our Euroregion Baltic Board Members on 25th May new ERB Working Group for the Conference on the Future of Europe has been established. The plan for this WG is to follow the COFE debate, events and discussion over the upcoming months and let us all know once there is some […]

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The Youth4Ocean Forum is calling all young people in the Baltic Sea Area!

Are you between 16 and 30 years old and do you represent the Baltic Sea Region? Do you organise conservation activities with children, other young people or a local community? Or maybe you have a project in mind to raise awareness of consumers on sustainable seafood or to use marine resources in the Baltic Sea […]

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Read the latest guidelines “How to stimulate social entrepreneurship via non-formal and informal learning methods”

Although young people constitute a substantial part of citizens worldwide, they are not fully recognised in policies and strategies, as a separate group of interest. They play a crucial role in societal and economic development and are often referred to as „agents of change“. Simultaneously, the unemployment of youth is one of the greatest global challenges. Social entrepreneurship is […]

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The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the Managing Authority or the Joint Secretariat of the South Baltic Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020. The project UMBRELLA is partly financed from the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020 through the European Regional Development Fund.