News from Euroregion Baltic

Call for applications to the European Youth Capital 2025 title

Do you dream to #YouthUp your city in 2025?  The European Youth Capital (EYC) is a title awarded by the European Youth Forum designed to empower young people, boost youth participation and strengthen European identity. Each year, a new European city is given the chance to showcase its innovative ideas, projects and activities that aim to raise […]

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Interconnect Tourism

Public Transport Interconnecting Sustainable Tourism Routes and destinations in the SB area Project Background The project idea springs from the recently finalized Interreg South Baltic project Interconnect. That project resulted in an established network for cross-border public transport (PT) planning as well as developed user-friendly tools for cross-border travel by PT. The network identified the […]

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New ERB President – Ms Elin Petersson from Blekinge Region

We have a pleasure to announce that Blekinge Region, which currently holds the Presidency in Euroregion Baltic has appointed Ms Elin Petersson, Chair of Regional Development Board in Blekinge Region, as the new president of Euroregion Baltic. Elin has a long experience in political engagement within local and regional development. She has also a long […]

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Digital Innovation Camp: Youth and Social Entrepreneurship

International Digital Innovation Camp has been organized online from 15-17th of November 2021 for young people from Lithuania, Poland, Latvia, and Norway to design and validate social entrepreneurship ideas designed by youth for solving specific challenges – loneliness and social isolation of people. The event has been scheduled for three days to introduce participants to […]

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“SI Baltic Sea Sessions – sharing results, shaping the region” by the Swedish Institute

The launch of the “SI Baltic Sea Sessions – sharing results, shaping the region” on 8 November 2021 is approaching. Don’t forget to register before noon on 8 November. The SI Baltic Sea Sessions is a new digital initiative in which we explore results and lessons learnt through projects and programmes funded by the Swedish […]

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Join the Baltic Sea Youth Platform Working Groups and taskforce

This call aims to involve people aged 18 – 30 years old in shaping policies within the region. There are three thematic groups to apply: Advocacy Working Group Politically interested young people who want to shape policies in the Baltic Sea Region. Culture Working Group Active young people who want to implement local activities and […]

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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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Creative Waves – Baltic Sisterhood for Change – project co-financed by the Council of the Baltic Sea States

Euroregion Baltic, Baltic Sea Culture Institute in Gdansk, Kaliningrad team of activists and Estonian Women’s Studies and Resource Centre ENUT, under the project leadership of Intercult Productions from Sweden, have just kicked off a BSR project aiming at empowering representatives of most vulnerable groups, especially women, in the ever digitalising times of pandemia and post-pandemic. […]

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InnoCamp for young people from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Norway!

Youth from Lithuania Poland, Norway and Latvia is invited to the Digital Innovation Camp! The 3-day event will be organized on 15-17th of November (afternoons 13:00-16:00 CET) and will focus on social entrepreneurship. Young people in national teams will work on a real case to find innovative solutions. The event will include: creative lectures and workshops […]

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Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue Competition 2021

Do you want to learn about and practice collaboration in the Baltic Sea Region? Let’s get together, get to know people from abroad and discuss what has happened with experts from the field. Even better – work on what has happened and can happen together with your peers! The CBSS is calling 18–25-year-olds from around […]

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