YOUTH BOARD AND YOUTH INITIATIVES

Youth session on 1 March during the #MacroRegionalStrategies week

Youth have their say! Don’t miss the 1 March afternoon session of the #MacroRegionalStrategies week dedicated to the Youth. We will be present thanks to the Baltic Sea Youth Platform project #BSYP and we encourage all Euroregion Baltic Youth Board members to join us! More info about the #MRS week here: https://www.balticsea-region-strategy.eu/…/591151-eu… Also, if you’re […]

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Klaipeda city this year is the European Youth Capital!

On the 11th of March, on the Lithuania Independence Restoration Day, the port city will host an opening event, which will announce the beginning of the European Youth Capital 2021 program. This title, which has been awaited for a couple of years, was taken over from the French city of Amiens. The project consists of […]

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Summary of the Baltic Sea Youth Platform #BSYP Eramsus+ project activities in 2020

Baltic Sea Youth Platform is an Erasmus+ Programme project that aims to empower youth and foster real participation in decision and policy-making in the Baltic Sea Region. The platform will enable youth organisations to reach their fullest potential by empowering them to develop new ideas and pursue them jointly, under the 2030 Agenda framework’s guidance. […]

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Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue Awarded the best young artists!

On Saturday, 12th of December, the ”Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue – Let’s create a sustainable future together!” held an award ceremony to celebrate the participants and winners. The competition which was open for youth ages 18-30 had three categories, essay competition, poster competition and project competition. The winners of the poster category will also be […]

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Last days to join the Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue competition

Are you a young creative writer, graphic artist or maybe have a project idea for a more sustainable future for the Baltic Sea Region? The Council of The Baltic Sea States (CBSS) is calling 18-30 years old participants around the region to join the competition Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue 2020 – Let’s create a sustainable […]

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Baltic Sea Youth Declaration

On 17th Oct 2020 Baltic Sea Youth representatives gathered for the whole afternoon for the virtual Baltic Sea Youth Camp 2.0. Their goal was to get together to contribute meaningfully to the future of the Baltic Sea Region. This was set out in the Baltic Sea Youth Declaration, put together by the young participants at the […]

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Video summary of our pre-#EUSBSR youth event in Elbląg organised within the Baltic Sea Youth Platform #BSYP

On 3.10 we invited youngsters from Gdansk and Elbląg, including youth from the Euroregion Baltic Youth Board, to participate in the Baltic Sea Youth Platform #BSYP event raising awareness on STEM among youth. The EUSBSR Annual Forum should have taken place in Turku, Finland in June 2020. Due to the COVID-situation it was rescheduled for […]

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Baltic Sea Youth Camp virtual 2.0 – register now

What: Baltic Sea Youth Camp virtual 2.0 For whom: young people (16 – 30 years old) from the Baltic Sea Region Why: Because we want to make the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region much more youthful and state our opinion on it. Sign-up: https://hopin.to/events/baltic-sea-youth-camp-virtual-2-0 Please follow the link and get your ticket for the […]

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STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering&Mathematics for youth

Next week we’re organising a small event for a few young people from our Euroregion Baltic Youth Board and Młodzieżowa Rada Miasta Elbląg focused on #STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering&Mathematics Let’s meet to learn what it is and how to make it more attractive for youth around the Baltic Sea. This event is local ERB hub related […]

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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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