Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue – Call for Applications, Deadline July 14th

09.07.2019 |

Are you politically engaged, interested in the Baltic Sea Region and between 18 and 25 years old? Now is the chance to take part in the next Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue.

Are you politically engaged, interested in the Baltic Sea Region and between 18 and 25 years old? Now is the chance to take part in the next Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue. This year’s Dialogue will be part of the EUSTORY Next Generation Summit “Winds of Change – Transitions in Europe” which is due to take place in Berlin from October 15th to October 19th. The summit is organized by the Körber Foundation. The Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue will come in the format of a creative workshop called “Getting Glocal: The Baltic Sea Region since 1989”.

The focus of the workshop will be the transitions following 1989 and the impact the year had on the Baltics Sea States. The events allowed for new ways of cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region.

The workshop will deal with investigating the motives of the early region builders to develop and establish Baltic Sea cooperation. You will be able to learn about how this common space was produced, reproduced in the political, economic and cultural sphere and how it affected people’s lives.

The workshop will be a great opportunity to look behind the scenes of the CBSS and contribute to the region-building milestones for the coming 30 years until 2049.

To take part in the workshop apply for Workshop No. 4 of the summit (“Getting Glocal: The Baltic Sea Region since 1989”) by 23:59 July 14th, 2019 and use the code BSYD2019 for your application. You don’t have to be a participant in the EUSTORY history competition to apply for this workshop. Accommodation and catering will be provided by the organizers and the reimbursement of travel expenses is guaranteed up to 300 EUR for each participant.

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