Summary of 5th Annual Forum of ERB Stakeholders

© 2014 Sławomir Lewandowski

© 2014 Sławomir Lewandowski

Members of the Euroregion Baltic and representatives of other important stakeholders involved in the ERB cooperation met on the 28th October 2014 in Gdańsk, Poland for the 5th Annual Forum of ERB Stakeholders entitled “Labour mobility, higher education and youth cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region – addressing common challenges”. The event was organized jointly with the South Baltic Professionals project and hosted by the Office of the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship.

During the Forum stakeholders took part in discussions on the challenges and problems currently faced by the inhabitants of the regions of the South Baltic area, such as labour market mobility, internationalisation of higher education institutions and youth cooperation.

The Forum tried to identify barriers hampering the development of labour mobility, and find out if creation of stable and dedicated networks of relevant stakeholders could be a key to solving this problem.

Further discussions concerned methods allowing universities and other higher education institutions to cooperate better on the international level, thus providing students with better education and other skills that would allow them to pursue their careers in increasingly competitive working environments.

Finally, the prospects of youth cooperation in our region and how it could be bolstered by relevant actors were investigated.

For more details and conclusions from the Forum, please read the summary of the 5th Annual Forum

All presentations from the Forum are available under this link.

The Forum’s photo gallery can be viewed on ERB’s flickr profile.

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.