The Baltic Youth Camp is a three-day festival where youth representatives from the Baltic Sea Region gather to explore friendship, culture and politics through workshops, small seminars and social activities. It will be organized by the Baltic Sea States Subregional Co-operation (BSSSC) together with the Union of Baltic Cities (UBC), the Euroregion Baltic (ERB) and the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre (BSCC) in Gdansk, with the support of PA Culture.
We welcome you to the first Baltic Youth Camp gathering! Join us and explore cultural identity and friendships in the Baltic Sea Region. Raise your voice and learn how to influence politics, share your viewpoints on cultural and political topics, meet politicians and stakeholders face to face, join in several interesting workshops on art, technology, human rights, ecology, sustainability and heritage. Enjoy excursions, sports and music.
Who, when and where?
The Baltic Youth Camp is open to all youth within the age group 18-29 years. To participate, you must be from one of the 11 countries in the Baltic Sea Region or from Iceland.
All participation is decided based on applications. Please send us one and elaborate on why you want to join! We will cover your travel and accommodation.
The Youth Camp will take place on the island of Wyspa Sobieszewska, at Hotel Orle, right outside the city of Gdansk, Poland. The hotel has all facilities, and a beautiful outdoor area.
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