YOUTH BOARD AND YOUTH INITIATIVES

YC3- Youth Cross-Border Cooperation and Communication Project

Interreg South Baltic 2007-2013

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The Baltic Sea Youth Camp

From the 8th to the 11th of June the Baltic Sea Youth Camp took place in Gdansk, Poland. More then 100 young people aged between 18 and 25, from all over the Baltic Sea Region (Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia Russia, Denmark, Finland, Ukraine, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Germany), participated to the 3days festival. The project, funded […]

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Adventures of the ERB Ivy volunteers

Hi everyone! Here are Milena and Danilo, two young Italian Ivy volunteers (lost) in Poland. No, we didn’t know each other before and we are not doing the same project. Actually we don’t even live in the same city. But last week there was a very interesting event in Gdansk, the “Communication Training for project […]

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CASYPOT FINAL CONFERENCE AND ERB FORUM OF STAKEHOLDERS

On the 13th and 14th of May CaSYPoT final conference and Euroregion Baltic Forum of Stakeholders was held in Kalmar (Sweden). Approximately 100 participants from all Euroregion Baltic regions including CaSYPoT project partners from Poland, Lithuania, Sweden and Russia had the opportunity to meet and discuss the results of CaSYPoT project. The conference gathered also several youth […]

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Baltic Sea Youth 2030 meeting in Gdańsk

On the 6th and 7th of May the Baltic Sea Youth 2030 meeting took place in Gdansk. Several Youth organizations have contributed and young people have had the opportunity to build the future plan together with experts  on youth and cooperation. ERB was present, along with CBSS, BSSSC, ERB, Latvian Youth Council, Swedish Youth, Council, […]

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REGISTRATION OPEN !! CASYPOT FINAL CONFERENCE 13-14/05 KALMAR

How are young people’s lives in 6 different municipalities of the Baltic Sea Region like? What are the similarities and differences and how can the data collected through the CaSYPoT project be used to inform further activities and youth strategies? Young people from Klaipeda in Lithuania, Słupsk and Bartoszyce in Poland, Svetlogorsk and Gusev in […]

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Euroregion Baltic (ERB) Youth Strategy presented during the Executive Board Meeting in Klaipeda, Lithuania

Youth is often defined as the age group from 16 until around 30-34. It can be a time of great opportunities and challenges when people prepare for the responsibilities ahead, including their livelihood, family obligations, and productive engagement with their communities. Overview of the Euroregion Baltic Youth Strategy The Euroregion Baltic Youth Strategy was created […]

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Baltic Sea Youth Camp 2019

Only a few months are left until the Baltic Sea Youth Camp, which will take place in Hotel Orle in Gdansk, Poland from 8-11 June 2019! The Baltic Sea Youth Camp is a three-day festival which promotes friendship, culture and political awareness among its young participants aged 18-25 from the 11 countries of the Baltic […]

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“Right of Information access from the youth perspective” -7th March, Workshop in Elblag

The Agenda of our event is now available: Agenda SIA4Y- 6-7 March 2019 “Right of access to public information from the youth perspective” is a Workshop for young girls and boys between 18-25 years old. Organized by the Association of Polish Communes of Euroregion Baltic, this will be the first of a series of mirroring events in […]

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Save the date: 8-11 June 2019- Gdansk

The Baltic Youth Camp is a three-day festival open to all youth within the age group 18-29 years from one of the 11 countries in the Baltic Sea Region or from Iceland. Why should you participate? This festival is an occasion for youth representatives from the Baltic Sea Region to gather and explore friendship, cultural […]

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