Baltic Sea Region Youth Camp (BSRYC)

The Baltic Sea Region Youth Camp and 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The Baltic Sea Youth Camp is hosted by the organization Baltic Sea State Subregional Co-operation (BSSSC) in cooperation with Regeneration2030 and the Council of Baltic sea States (CBSS), it is an event for youth (18-25 years old) which aims to strengthen the youth engagement and cooperation in the decision making in the Baltic Sea region. The event has a packed program with activities, ranging from workshops, cultural activities, sporting events and much more.

The BUP will be present with both a delegation of students as well as hosting two workshops (“ImPACT” and “In the Loop”). We are now looking for 10 students that wish to participate in the event as participants or as workshop assistant (or both).

The 10th Annual Forum for the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea region (Annual Forum), will be hosted in direct connection to the Baltic Sea Youth Camp. The idea is that a selected group from the Baltic Sea Youth Camp, later will participate in the Annual Forum, representing the youth. However, due to our agreement with BSSSC, the BUP will be able to send all our participating students to the Annual Forum, participating as a BUP delegation. The BUP secretariat and national centers will also be present at the annual forum with a showcase.

Does this sound like something for you?

You now have the chance to make your voice heard and turn your ideas into practical changes. Join us in an interesting and fun week in Gdansk, where you have the chance to meet with stakeholders and other young change agents.

Application

Apply using the link below, remember to state your ideas that you discussed during the conference and how you wish to implement them it the Baltic Sea Youth Camp and Annual Forum.

The online Application Form.
Application deadline is 12/5-2019, at 23.59 CET.

We have 10 seats for both of the events, when you apply you are applying for both of them. The BUP will cover the costs of the events, food, transportation within Gdansk and accommodation, during the time period 8-13/5. Students are responsible to finance their travels to and from Gdansk themselves.

Contact

Pontus Ambros
Project assistant
The Baltic University Programme’s coordinating secretariat
Uppsala University
Uppsala, Sweden
Phone: +46 18 471 1786