News from Euroregion Baltic

Citizen Participation through HomeParliaments – new initiative starts soon

Euroregion Baltic is happy to support the European HomeParliaments project. From September 19th until November 1st, we will together enable several thousand citizens to participate in European politics. As a supporting partner, Euroregion Baltic and Association of Polish Communes of Euroregion Baltic together with local partner commits to spreading posts on our social media about […]

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Euroregion Baltic Executive Board meeting on 8th Sep 2020

The Euroregion Baltic Executive Board members, ERB Youth Board members and ERB SEcretariats & Water Core Group representatives met on 8th September 2020, again in the digital format, due to the COVID19 situation. The meeting was chaired by Mr Witold Wróblewski, ERB President and started with the informative round on COVID19 situation in all five […]

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ERB Executive Board meeting

The next Executive Board online meeting will be held on 8th of September.

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INTERCONNECT Final Conference

We are happy to announce that the Interconnect project Final Conference on “Future of Public Transport – Trends, Tools, Governance” will be held online, on 1st October 2020. Please feel free to share the information among all your interested stakeholders and don’t forget to save the date! You can download the invitation and full agenda […]

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FilmNet project latest updates

South Baltic Film and Culture Network working together via FilmNet Interreg South Baltic Project issued another Newsletter with the recent updates on their project. From Sweden to Poland and Lithuania: Film Club Lab! One of the main activities in “FilmNet – South Baltic Film and Culture Network” project is an attempt to transfer examples of […]

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Our Baltic conference in Sep 2020 in Palanga, Lithuania

The Baltic Sea is severely affected by general threats like biodiversity loss and climate change, and by specific local pressures such as eutrophication, overfishing, elevated levels of contaminants such as pharmaceuticals, and litter, in particular plastic waste. Concerned by the poor state of the Sea and its marine environment, EU Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans […]

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INDIGISE project – adjusting to and supporting youth on socialenterprisebsr.net

The lack of visibility, specialized training, support network and infrastructure, as well as limited access to finance are the main burdens that slow down the transition towards social economy and interfere social entrepreneurs for a larger scale social impact. And managing enterprise is even harder when one is only 20 years old or younger. Nevertheless, […]

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FINAL REPORT OF THE SIA4Y PROJECT!

The project Strengthening civil society rights by information access for European youth” SIA4Y was funded with the support of the European Union under the Programme “Europe for Citizens” 8 events have been carried out within this project:Event 1 Participation: The event involved  31 citizens, including  23 participants from the city of Gdańsk and Elbląg (Poland), 2 participants from […]

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Baltic Sea Labour Forum Annual Report and online meeting

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, almost all countries have got decisions cancellation of travels and all kind of meetings, which also affected the BSLF Round Table event planned to be held in St. Petersburg 26-27 of March. Please, be informed that both the BSLF Round Table and the Conference were postponed and we met on […]

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ERB at the BSSSC Board meeting

On 10th June 2020, Ms Magda Leszczyna-Rzucidło, Head of the ERB IPS, took part in the BSSSC online Board meeting. She presented shortly the latest ERB policy paper on the Future of the South Baltic Programme with the special attention to the capacity building initiatives for the small and local actors. She also introduced the BSSSSC Board members to the series of Umbrella project webinars being organized on ZOOM […]

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