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2016

We would like to thank you for participating at the 7th Strategy Forum of the EUSBSR in Stockholm 8-9 November.

The conference attracted 1,300 participants representing 42 countries and four continents, which is an all-time high.

Presentations and photos from the conference are now available.

We hope that you have gained new knowledge, inspiration and energy to continue working with the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

Together we can make sure that our region is well prepared for the future.

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Welcome to the 7th Strategy Forum in Stockholm!
‘The Baltic Sea Region is a dynamic, innovative and competitive part of the European Union. It is a region to be proud of. It is also a region with a strong background of cooperation between our countries. ’

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The 7th Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) starts on Tuesday 8th November in Stockholm.
Corina Creţu, EU Commissioner for Regional Policy, Stefan Löfven Prime Minister of Sweden, Juha Sipilä, Prime Minister of Finland who holds the Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers, and representatives from the eight countries participating in EUSBSR will discuss during the 2 days how best to drive the region forward.

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Only one week left until we have the pleasure of welcoming you to Stockholm. Here is some news about our exciting programme.

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On Wednesday, 2 November, you will receive a text message from the 7th Strategy Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR); the sender of the text message will be EUSBSR. The link in the text message will take you to the mobile website. Here you can obtain your personal QR code and programme, participant list, map and other useful information. You can also send text messages to each other within the web application.

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New seminar in the programme
A foresight report will be presented in the Inspirational session. A new seminar directly following the presentation will allow for more in-depth discussions on how to develop a vision for the region, what we know and what more we need to do. Join the discussion between the writers of the report and representatives of ESPON, the CPMR, the EU Commission (tbc) and the group of National Contact Persons for the EUSBSR.
 

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With more than 1,000 participants and only three more weeks left, today is the last day for registration. The top five countries with the most registered participants are Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland and Denmark, but we have strong representation from the whole Baltic Sea Region. We are also pleased that there is interest from outside the region, from Europe but in some cases as far away as Australia, USA, and Uruguay. 

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With more than 930 participants now confirmed, interest in the Strategy Forum is overwhelming. And the registration is still open. More than 25 countries will be represented at the forum to contribute to the discussion on the future of the Baltic Sea Region. 

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Due to the great interest and wide range of activities capacity has been expanded at the Strategy Forum. Registration will be open until the space is full. Please register as soon as possible. First come, first served!

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There is a great interest to attend the 7th Strategy Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region and the programme is starting to take its final form. We proudly present two of our confirmed speakers: Ms. Catherine Trautmann and Mr. Niklas Zennström.
 

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The registration for the 7th Strategy Forum of the EUSBSR  and the 18th Baltic Development Forum Summit on 8 and 9 November is now open. Welcome to register and look forward to two inspiring days about the development and cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region.

 

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Many interesting proposals have been submitted for the seminars by the deadline of 17 May. Some subjects proposed so far include:
What happens if we do not work to improve the conditions of the Baltic Sea?
What is the state of the Digital Baltic Sea Region?
Can we envisage a ‘Vision Zero’ for serious maritime accidents in the Baltic Sea?
The consequences of climate change and actions to minimise these.
How can culture and tourism interact?
How can the EUSBSR serve as a platform for the UN Global Sustainability Goals for 2030?
These are only some tidbits of more than 70 proposals submitted so far.

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Welcome to the new website

What’s next?
Registration for the 7th Strategy Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region and BDF Summit will open the 22 August!
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The Baltic Sea Region’s future is the central theme of the 7th Strategy Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR). How can the EUSBSR contribute to a vision for the region in 2030? The organisers would like to see a variety of seminars addressing this theme as well as the latest news, challenges and developments in different areas of the EUSBSR.

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We are happy to announce that from now on any organisation or key stakeholder is able to apply for staging a seminar as part of the official programme. Last date for applying to stage a seminar is 17 May 2016.
Guidelines for staging a seminar at 7th Strategy Forum for the Baltic Sea Region
Updated 21 March 2016

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