Young volunteers and civil protection authorities from across the Baltic Sea region gathered in Padasjoki, Finland to discuss youth role in building resilience and how to increase the appeal of volunteering among children and youth. The special focus of the workshops was on the use of social media in promoting the culture of volunteerism.
The CBSS-coordinated Secure Kids project has produced the mapping report titled "Existing mechanisms and processes for child and youth participation in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Sweden", detailing the involvement of minors in DRR activities across these nations.
The importance of a cross-sectoral approach and the economic benefits of Sustainable Public Procurement was emphasised during the kick-off webinar on the partnership and capacity building for Sustainable Public Procurement in the Baltic Sea Region.
Green shipping corridors and cruise ship food waste take the spotlight at the first CBSS EGSME expert seminar under the Finnish Presidency. Held on 12 October 2023 in Turku, Finland, the event brought together over 40 participants to address these pressing issues.
Are you between 18 and 27 years of age, a young civil servant, expert, or student in a field related to societal resilience and politics, and want to be part of an intergenerational collaboration on resilient democracies? Participate in the BSYD 2023 in Germany!
The CBSS-backed BaltSusBoating2030 project, aiming to transform the Baltic Sea into a top sustainable boating destination by 2030, has launched a stakeholder survey. The CBSS will also be hosting a workshop “Co-creating Vision for Sustainable Boating in the Baltic Sea Region” at the Baltic Sea Tourism Forum in Tallinn on 11 October 2023.