08.11.2016

Venue: Arcade

Taking care of tomorrow. The seminar will focus on involving young people in the discussion as well as politicians from local and regional level in the Baltic Sea Region (including representatives from Norway).

UBC Task Force’s report on Strategy implementation has come out

The key goal of the Kristiansand UBC Strategy for years 2009–2015 and its implementation was to ensure that UBC, as the leading city network in the Baltic Sea Region, meets the new requirements in the emerging cooperative structure of the Baltic Sea Region, with the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) emerging as the key framework for cooperation.

UBC wanted to ensure its relevance and operative capacity and continue to create added value for its member Cities.

09.11.2016

"Cities and Regions: Drivers or Bystanders in the Baltic Sea cooperation"
Seminar, EUSBSR Strategy Forum in Stockholm, 9 November 2016

Time: 14:00-14:50
Venue: Fogelström

24.10.2017 to 27.10.2017

The XIV UBC General Conference will be held in the beautiful city of Växjö, Sweden, on 24–27 October 2017. The theme of the general conference is "Leadership for the Future – Cities as Leaders for Glocal Sustainable Development".

The general conference hosts top-level speakers across the Baltic Sea Region as well as strong involvement of BSR youth representatives, among others. The plenary sessions during the conference will be streamed live and are afterwards also available as videos at bit.ly/ubc-youtube

ERASMUS+ Call for proposals open until 29 November 2016

Erasmus+ programme, Civil Society Cooperation in the field of Youth

 

The call for proposals Erasmus+ Programme, Civil Society Cooperation in the field of Youth is open until 29 November 2016.

The  objective  of  the  present  Call  is  to  provide  structural  support,  referred  to  as  operating  grant,  to  European non-governmental organisations (ENGOs) and EU-wide networks active in the field of youth and pursuing the following general aims:

The new UBC Bulletin has been published

The autumn edtition of the Baltic Cities Bulletin is entitled “Inclusive and healthy cities”.

The stories prove clearly the urbanization creates opportunities, but at the same time inequalities and exclusion remain a challenge.
How can we prevent them? How can we ensure social, spatial and economic inclusion? Our cities share their experiences in the Bulletin’s pages.