If you’re 16-30 years old, sign up to have your say on the future of the Baltic Sea Region, participate in a Q&A the Lithuanian Foreign Minister & learn about what we do include young people in decision-making.
Apply by 9 May for a meeting on 28 August for young people and members from the Baltic Sea Region parliaments to discuss how to secure a democratically and environmentally sustainable future.
WHAT: CBSS Youth Panel on the Child Trafficking in Digital Era conference
WHEN: May 6th, 9:00 - 17:00 CEST
WHERE: Register through the link in our bio!
FOR WHOM: Everyone between 18-30 years old
HOW MUCH: Free
You can be part of the CBSS Youth Panel during the Child Trafficking in the Digital Era conference. Register to the parallel event (we will livestream the whole conference) and discuss with other young people, exchange views and ideas and be part of drafting a policy recommendation which will be presented to the policymakers within the CBSS Expert Group on Children at Risk and the Task Force Against Trafficking in Human Beings.
No previous knowledge necessary.
At the virtual Baltic Sea Youth Camp 2.0 on October 17 we worked together with a group of young visionaires from the Baltic Sea Region to contribute meaningfully to the future of the Baltic Sea Region. This was set out in the Baltic Sea Youth Declaration, put together by the young participants at the 3rd Baltic Sea Youth Camp and the 2nd virtual edition in 2020.
The Declaration was presented to the Baltic Sea Region policy and decision-makers at the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) Annual Forum on October 20, to be taken into account by each of the Policy Areas of the EUSBSR.
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