In less than 2 months around 100 CSO activists, government representatives, academia and media people will meet in the Baltic Sea Region NGO forum 2019 that will take place on May 9-11, 2019 in Riga, Latvia!
SUSTAINABILITY, SECURITY AND IDENTITY!
The aim of the Baltic Sea NGO Forum is to express the strong commitment of the civil society in the sustainable development of the region by building the regional identity of active and responsible citizenship and promotion of the trust among different stakeholders and civil society.
Detailed announcement and draft agenda available HERE.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Workshop hosts by March 15, 2019. Register HERE
We are looking for organisations from Baltic Sea Region who can host 3-hour workshops on such topics as youth participation forms (parliaments, councils, activist groups), shrinking civic space in countries of Baltic Sea Region and beyond, implementation of SDGs, environmental challenges and civil society response, cultural initiatives and creative tools of citizenship, public and civic dialogue, integration and/or migration, civic and global education. The organiser will provide premises, catering and full administrative support.
Travel and accommodation of speakers can be covered upon request.
Participants of the Forum from Baltic Sea Region by April 1.
We are happy to announce the Call for Travel Grants! We are offering travel to/from Riga and/or accommodation for CSO representatives from the Baltic Sea Region. The total amount of reimbursements is limited, and applications will be evaluated to ensure the diversity of participants. Register HERE. We will contact you in the middle of April.
But if you are Latvian civil society activist or you do not need travel grant, please register HERE. We will contact you in the middle of April. But if you would like to propose an event that can make richer the event – to organize satellite event, please, contact with organizer by e-mail: email@example.com.
On behalf of the organizational team,
director of Civic Alliance-Latvia
Kristine Zonberga &
Polish BS NGO Network Focal Point