Youth studying or working in civil protection will meet in Hamburg to learn more about international cooperation and policy making in their field. They will also develop recommendations on youth engagement.
Developed by over 200 young people and presented at the EUSBSR Annual Forum 2022, the latest Baltic Sea Youth Declaration contains 199 concrete recommendations for a sustainable and prosperous Baltic Sea Region.
At the EUSBSR Annual Forum 2022 in Lappeenranta, Finland, one of the largest pan-Baltic policy events, decision makers and experts focused on the concrete implementation of the current strategies and action plans on “Saving the sea”, “Connecting the region” and “Increasing prosperity”, amid the backdrop of the current multiple crises.
Young region builders met during the Baltic Sea Youth Camp 2022 in Lappeenranta, Finland to voice their opinions on the challenges the Baltic Sea Region is facing today and to develop a set of concrete recommendations for decision makers on how to better integrate young people and topics that should be on top of the Baltic Sea Region agenda.
The Baltic Sea Parliamentary Youth Forum event was held in hybrid format on 11-12 June at the CBSS Secretariat with invited youth participants – representing all 10 member states of the CBSS. Four roundtable discussions were organised on different topics: Forest, wetlands and biodiversity; Innovation; Resilient cities; and Sea and coastline resilience.