News from Euroregion Baltic

Read here the latest ERB Policy Paper on the FUTURE OF THE INTERREG SOUTH BALTIC PROGRAMME

On 19th May the ERB Executive Board met on-line and unanimously adopted the ERB Policy Paper titled “Arguments supporting the early introduction of a capacity building initiative”. With reference to: • the Position Paper of Euroregion Baltic on the Future of Cohesion Policy after 2020, adopted on 18th September 2017 • the Position Paper of […]

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Baltic Sea Youth Camp 2020 – online edition

WHAT: Baltic Sea Youth Camp – online editionWHEN: 12.-13.06.2020WHERE: online, wherever you are WHY: Nothing can stop us! We are educating on, discussing about and developing new input for the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. FOR WHOM: Young people between 18-25 years in / from / connected to the Baltic Sea Region MORE […]

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BSSSC, ERB and UBC co-organizing a digital youth event in June!

In these difficult times of COVID-19 pandemic, which has already changed our lives and mindsets, we believe that maintaining communication is even more important than before. We, in the Baltic Sea Region, want to speak across generations on the most important issues. On our fears and ambitions, on the problems we face and the solutions that […]

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ERB Executive Board on-line meeting

On the 19th of May, for the first time in many years, the Euroregion Baltic Executive Board met on-line. Fourty representatives of ERB Board, Secretariats and our Youth Board connected to discuss i.a. the current COVID – 19 situation in the South Baltic region and most recent news on the Interreg South Baltic Programme. However, the most significant point of the […]

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Connect Europe project seminar on Europe Day

In the light of Corona Crisis we have in few months gone through a global society crisis. The crisis has awakened a global collective anxiety and has resulted in many questions about society that are now more relevant than ever. How does the crisis influence globalization? Is it working against or with globalization? What happens […]

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Join our online meeting on 11th May – Connect Europe – EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

This year, the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, which brings together personal, civic, political, economic and social rights, turns 20 years old. In a single text, these rights are enjoyed by every citizen in the EU. Citizens’ rights receives its own chapter as the fifth in a set of seven chapters. As part of the […]

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YOUTH CIVIC PARTICIPATION IN THE SOUTH BALTIC REGION

We would like to present to you one of the outcomes of YCGN project – an ebook on “Youth civic engagement in the South Baltic Region. The main aim of the YCGN project led by the Association of Polish Communes Euroregion Baltic was to increase cross-border cooperation resulting in building capacity of local actors working […]

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SIA4Y PROJECT FINAL PUBLICATION “YOUTH FOR HEALTHY DEMOCRACY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION”

Today we were supposed to meet in Gdansk with over 100 young people including our ERB Youth Board for the final event of our SIA4Y project. Unfortunately due to the COVID19 situation, we will not have a chance to meet, talk, share best practice and spend quality time together. It was always a pleasure for […]

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Towards a renewed territorial agenda for the EU

On 31st March 2020 European Parliament Think Tank published a briefing that has been drafted at the request of a member of the Committee of the Regions, under the Cooperation Agreement between Parliament and the Committee. The document has been prepared by the EPRS – European Parliamentary Research Service. Author: Christiaan van Lierop; Members’ Research […]

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Happy Easter to all ERB Friends!

Dear All, In these challenging times, we are all navigating through uncertainty for ourselves, our loved ones and our community. We hope you are staying healthy and safe. Wishing you a very Happy Easter that is filled with plenty of love and happiness.

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